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24 reasons why moonstone engagement rings might be your new obsession

Y'all know the diamonds are not the only stones that dominate the engagement ring market anymore. We're seeing aaaaall kinds of gemstones infiltrating fingers on offbeat couples: morganite, sapphires, black diamonds, emeralds, and pretty much anything you can think of. But today I went down the gorgeous rabbit hole of MOONSTONE engagement rings. They're rainbow-y, cloudy, pearly, and so so SO pretty. Plus, they're majorly affordable and most of these rings make traditional rings look wildly expensive by comparison.

Shall we peek at some of the most gorgeous, most affordable, and most wanting-to-be-on-my-finger moonstone engagement rings ever? I say aye!

Amp up your shoes with these wedding shoe addons (clips! cuffs! feathers! a holster!)

When it comes to wedding shoes, my first advice? Make 'em comfy! With that in mind, you don't actually have to splurge on weird and wild shoes to get the impact you're looking for. You can find plain old comfortable shoes (at a store or already in your closet!) and use some wedding shoe addons to make them AMAZING. I'm talking ankle cuffs with feathers, blingy shoe clips, rainbow wings, kinky chains, LED laces, and pom-poms! There are so many ways to take a plain shoe to wild-as-hell levels of fun. Let's see what I found scouring the web…

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Boho meets glam with these shrugs, capes, toppers, & wraps from BHLDN

Fall weddings, cold weather weddings, vintage glam weddings, or a modest church ceremony — there are TONS of reasons to be in the market for a chic and glamorous wedding cover-up. We went a-hunting at reader fave BHLDN to see what they had in store for shrugs, capes, toppers, and wraps. They had a fair few (or, you know, a ton!) to choose from. From faux fur to sequins to maribou to full-on feathers… these are wedding wraps from BHLDN that will make your day.

Let's get to the window shopping…

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Fancy socks + heels: let's get this to be a vintage-inspired THING

Socks and heels definitely aren't new (cuffed ankle socks and t-straps are vintage gold!), but I wouldn't say they're common at weddings. I've been seeing some really gorgeous and glam socks that could take your wedding shoe game up a notch. The real secret, though, is that they'll likely make your heels (or flats, oxfords, platforms, whateva) way more comfortable. I found a kick-ass selection of bedazzled, sequined, shiny, and totally formal (and not-so-formal) styles to pair with your wedding shoes.