11 Stunning Wedding Bands To Suit Every Bride-To-Be

Swapping baubles with your beloved is one of the most tried and true marriage traditions. But who says your engagement ring has to be the center of attention? The wedding band is the workhorse of your everyday accessory game — it’s the one piece of jewelry you will never take off — so why not make it just as special, if not more, than its overshadowing counterpart? We’ve rounded up the rings to do just that.

Ahead, bands so unique you’ll be happy to wear them solo and give your solitaire a break.
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Want a simple band with just the right amount of bling? Cartier nails it.
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What better way to show that you’ve committed to sharing this mortal coil than with a rhodium coil ring lined with black diamonds?
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Your partner will never forget your anniversary thanks to this statement-making cigar band, etched with the date of your wedding in tiny, sparkling diamonds.
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This crown-like band is the queen of subtle bling.
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They say love is a circle. We say love is an open-hexagon gold band set with the daintiest round-brilliant diamonds.
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Think turquoise can’t be sophisticated enough for forever? Think again. Designer Caitlin Mociun turns a set of tiny triangles on a simple gold band into an eternity-worthy ring with geometric flair.
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Only Margiela could take an iconic solitaire, split it in half, and make a ring twice as nice. This split white-gold band is the utmost in simplicity; the half-moon diamonds provide the ultimate sparkle.
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Who says a ring has to be a circle? This four-cornered beauty, set with diamonds, is anything but square.
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For the diamond-loving bride who’s anything but conventional, a band that boasts square black beauties. Set point up (instead of crown), they’re make a major style statement.
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This dainty Dream Collective ring is literally the stuff dreams are made of, especially when you’re dreaming of eternity with your boo in the form of a pavé diamond ouroboros band.
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Tie the knot and then wear one on your finger, specifically this rose gold stunner from designer Brooke Gregson.
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