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[*] posted on 17-5-2018 at 10:40
A Millennial Spin on Engagement Rings


Millennials are marrying later than previous generations, and with fewer nods to tradition. What, then, does an pandora engagement rings canada look like for a generation that may be less keen on marriage?

Ceremony, a jewelry label introduced last week by two millennials, Jess Hannah Révész and Chelsea Nicholson, has some ideas. Step 1: Do not call them pandora promise rings canada.

“We don’t use that word,” Ms. Nicholson said. “The rings are more about being symbols of love. We’re really inclusive of all types of relationships, not just married or engaged people.”

Ceremony offers 19 commitment pandora rose gold timeless elegance ring, many of which were designed to be unisex and all of which are ethically sourced. “Even the rings that resemble a more traditional engagement ring, we’ve added some masculine elements, like a thicker band, to make it more gender ambiguous,” Ms. Révész said. “I’ve seen a lot of same-sex couples that are not feeling catered to in the market, or if they are, it feels like a campaign, a marketing ploy.”

At Ceremony, inclusivity — sexual orientation, gender and sensibility — is the primary driver. “We’re trying to bring a completely open perspective and not follow traditions blindly,” Ms. Révész said, noting that after her boyfriend proposed, she also gave him a pandora sterling silver rings.

Don’t imagine, though, that Ceremony’s openness translates to willy-nilly design. The aesthetic is focused, with some styles that are customizable. “People want something unique, but they also have no idea what they want,” Ms. Nicholson said. “So we wanted to keep some parameters, so they don’t feel overwhelmed.”
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