9 Reasons Why the Icing On The Ring Experience is a Cut Above the Rest

Shopping for jewelry can be overwhelming, to say the least, especially when it comes to engagement rings.

Searching online can be a couple's best friend or a worst nightmare, because it seems like an endless abyss of too many ring options to choose from, making it near impossible to pinpoint the perfect ring.

Even if a bride knows what she wants, finding a reputable and knowledgeable jeweler is whole other can of worms. Icing On The Ring takes the guesswork out of engagement ring shopping and turns it into a pleasant experience that is unmatched in the jewelry industry.

Don't believe us? Here are nine reasons why the Icing On The Ring experience is a cut above the rest. 

The Exclusive Tacori Event You Don't Want to Miss

For every industry, there is always a brand that becomes the favorite of the bunch and captures a cult-like following.

For footwear, Christian Louboutin has undoubtedly risen to the top of the shoe industry with his iconic "red bottom" shoes.

The Bugatti Veyron is the "toy" of choice for many top celebrities and rap artists, and it has become synonymous with extravagance and power in the luxury sports car arena, thanks to its $1-million price tag.

As for the jewelry industry, one of the most popular and revered brands is Tacori. We'll take a look at this iconic jewelry brand and explain how you can get your hands on a Tacori diamond engagement ring sooner rather than later. 

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Citrine: The Perfect Gem for Autumn Fashion

If you were born in November, consider yourself a lucky girl! Your birthstone, citrine, is the perfect autumn fashion accessory. Ranging in hues from bright orange to a beautiful shade of brown, citrine complements a variety of outfits this season. Pull out your birthstone jewelry and polish it off or, if you are feeling like treating yourself, buy yourself a new gem or two! Here’s how to wear citrine this fall.

Tired of Your Jewelry? Change It Up

Why don’t you wear that necklace I bought you? There’s a loaded question that no recipient of a piece of jewelry ever wants to hear! It can be difficult to tell someone that the jewelry they bought you either doesn’t match anything in your closet or, worse, isn’t your cup of tea.

Choosing the Right Jewelry for Your Skin Tone

If you have browsed through the makeup aisle recently, you have noticed many products labeled for cool, neutral and warm skin tones. Much like your favorite cosmetics, certain colors of jewelry look best with certain colors of skin. If you wonder if gold will make you look yellow or silver will make you look washed out, here’s what you need to know.

Help! I’m Allergic to My Ring!

If the title above applies to you, slow down, stop and take a breath. Developing a rash under your engagement ring or wedding band doesn’t mean that you’ve been given a fake ring or been ripped off! It simply means that your skin is reacting to some component of the metal band.

Opals are Never Bad Luck When Chosen Carefully

We were recently told a story of a woman who, decades ago, was asked by a flight attendant (called stewardesses way back then) to remove her ring before the plane took off. Why? Because it was an opal.

Accessorizing with Pink Tourmaline

Call it kismet, but we think that it is no coincidence that tourmaline is one of two birthstones for October. Do you know what else October is known for? Breast cancer awareness! Pink tourmaline is the most popular color of this gem and is especially fitting this month.

Ring Sizing Is Not As Simple As You Think

You are going to be calling your boyfriend your fiancé in just a moment. You are about to start a new, beautiful chapter in your life. You hold your breath, listen to his lovely speech, watch as he slips the ring on your finger and…Oh!...it slips back off or won’t slip on at all! Welcome to the issue faced by thousands of women each year.

The Most Common Ring Repair: Damaged Prongs

In the interest of truth, the title that you just read is a bit misleading. The most common ring repair, technically speaking, is resizing. Most women, however, don’t consider this to be a repair, but rather an accepted part of receiving an engagement ring.

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