Usually there is a lot of confusion in choosing the perfect diamond engagement ring. Questions such as, “Should you go for a larger diamond or choose a smaller stone of higher quality?” “Is color an important consideration?” “How does the cut affect the stone?” and “Is a solitaire diamond best, or is a cluster of stones a better choice?” are typically encountered.Before purchasing a diamond engagement ring, better understand and consider the quality factors known as the 4Cs–color, clarity, cut, and carat,mens spyder ski jacket. You can mix and match these quality factors according to your taste and budget. These quality factors will guide and make your shopping easier and hassle-free. Cut is considered the most important factor since it affects the diamond’s beauty and cost, plus its durability. Sparkle and brilliance of the diamond are determined by the cutting so you might want to spend more time checking out the right cut that you prefer. Don’t make a mistake about clarity-it has minimal impact on beauty or desirability. As for the carat, try going for a diamond that weighs 90-points (9/10ths carat). When set, no one can see the difference, but you’ll enjoy a big savings in cost.As for shapes, go for shapes other than round. While the round, brilliant-cut diamond is considered by many to be the cut that exhibits the most brilliance,spyder ski suit for women, it normally looks smaller than diamonds cut in other shapes. Try going for an oval or pear-shape, all of which will look larger than the round,moncler ski wear. Clustered designs are also appealing. It’s still beautiful yet at the same time savings-friendly. And don’t worry about the color- most diamonds are still beautiful when set. Setting the stone in white gold or platinum can make it appear whiter. Or, if the stone has a noticeable yellowish tint, try setting it in yellow gold-the diamond will look whiter and the tint will be much less noticeable.Remember, a diamond does not have to be flawless to be beautiful and precious. As long as it fits your fiancée’s fingers nicely and you get her to answer “yes”, you’ve already found yourself that perfect diamond engagement ring.