Hey budding brides! If you are expecting a proposal and searching for the perfect ring, it's important to consider your lifestyle and what style of ring may suit your everyday routine best. The last thing you need is to stress out about your engagement ring amidst your busy lifestyle. That's why we're dishing on the best engagement ring for nurses, gardeners, chefs, moms, or anyone else who lives life more hands-on!
Low basket engagement rings can benefit many different lifestyles and provide optimal durability, comfort, and versatility. Not to mention, you can always reset your ring if a low basket style works better for you than what you currently have! If you've experienced a few snags or bangs here or there, this one's for you.
Here are some reasons why you should buy a low basket engagement ring - or reset your current ring.
Calling all nurses, gardeners, chefs, moms...and reckless people (jk!). If you need a ring that won't get in the way of your work or daily life, then a low basket may be a better option for you. With a lower setting, you can go about your life without having to stress about damaging your ring, and you don't have to take your ring off while you work or place it on a necklace—both of which, let's be honest, can be just as scary!
Not only are low basket settings more durable through everyday life, but they are also more sturdy overall and less likely to break or become damaged over time. The center stone sits lower in the setting, therefore it is kept closer to your finger and is less exposed to external forces. Even the band itself offers extra security, as the gemstone won't be as vulnerable to damage on its side.
A low basket design can also provide increased comfort, as it is less likely to get caught on clothing or other objects—in other words, no more snags! You can go about your active lifestyle with confidence knowing your ring is less likely to cause panic throughout your day.
Another factor that many people don't think of when shopping for engagement rings, is that low basket settings offer more versatility. With a low basket design, it is easier to change the center stone, allowing you to personalize your ring and keep it updated over time.
For the best engagement ring for nurses, athletes, busy moms, and anyone else who moves a lot throughout the day, read on to see our favorite low basket engagement ring styles.
Low Basket Engagement Rings
We have just as many style options with our low basket engagement rings, and many of our low basket rings pair nicely with our cuff and arched wedding bands.
The Valo Engagement Ring is a partial bezel-setting featuring a sideways stone, offering a unique and cool take on your bridal stack—perfect for the modern bride.
An enviable classic with a fresh feel, this low basket engagement ring has a hidden halo and a split shank design with a suspended stone. This is Founder Emily's personal everyday engagement ring, and she feels safe and secure while taking care of her four babies under the age of four!
A bezel-set three stone ring with round brilliant diamond side stones, the Indigo Engagement Ring is simple and timeless. Bezel settings offer optimal security for your center stone—and can even make your gemstone appear larger!
For a simple low-set engagement ring, Eugenia has a single claw prong design. Exuding timeless elegance, this ring is perfect for anyone who believes less is more.
Our Ada Engagement Ring gives off vintage flair with a low basket setting and a tapered, inverted band.
Looking for some extra sparkle? The Valencia Engagement Ring features a pavé diamond split shank, along with a diamond hidden halo and low profile.
Keep in mind, there are a variety of high basket engagement ring designs that have their own unique advantages, so it is important to carefully consider your preferences and what will best suit your needs.
If you live an active lifestyle and are ready to find the perfect ring that you can actually wear every single day, then browse our Signature Collection to see even more low basket engagement ring styles.
Is it time to reset your ring? Email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!