30 Gorgeous Two Stone Engagement Rings to Nail the Toi Et Moi Trend
Still obsessing over Meghan Fox's dazzling emerald and diamond engagement ring? You aren't alone. Two stone engagement rings, also called Toi et Moi rings (that's French for you and me), are appearing on fingers everywhere. Get the deets on the symbolism and history behind this unexpected engagement ring setting—plus shop our favorite two stone engagement rings you can add to your cart right now, no matter your ring style.
What Is a Two Stone Engagement Ring?
While solitaire engagement rings are timeless, two stone engagement rings have a few major pros: they're one of the hottest engagement ring trends of 2022, they offer twice the sparkle and they're easily personalized with different stone shapes and colors. (Can't decide between say, a blue sapphire and a white diamond? Have your jeweler create a custom look with both!) Besides their megawatt shine and inherently unique feel, two stone engagement rings or Toi et Moi rings also have a wedding-worthy, sentimental meaning. The two central gemstones that sit side by side or close to each other symbolize two souls becoming one.
This setting may be all the rage in 2022, it actually has a long history dating back hundreds of years, as well as several famous fans. Napoleon Bonaparte put two stone engagement rings on the map when he proposed to Josephine de Beauharnais with a sapphire and diamond ring in 1796. In 1953 First Lady Jackie Kennedy debuted her iconic two-stone stunner, featuring an emerald-cut emerald and an emerald-cut diamond. In 2018, Sebastian Bear-Mcclard popped the question to Emily Ratajkowski with a princess-cut and pear-shaped diamond Toi et Moi ring. Ariana Grande's standout sparkler from now husband TK was composed of a pearl from her grandmother and a beautiful oval diamond. And of course, we've already covered Megan Fox's emerald and diamond ring that forms an abstract heart.
Trendy Two Stone Engagement Rings
Feeling a two stone engagement ring or Toi et Moi ring now? Shop some of our fave styles below.
Pear lovers, this one (or two) is for you. This ring features kissing pear-shaped diamonds in a negative space setting give this two stone diamond ring a mirror effect.
Timeless with a twist, this Toi et Moi ring showcases the geometric beauty of two asscher cut diamonds.
Two stones and two ways to wear it. This blinged out Toi et Moi ring is versatile enough to stand alone or add to your stack.
Balance is key. A larger pear-shaped diamond offsets a smaller pear-shaped diamond for a two stone engagement ring that doubles as a work of art.
We predict emeralds will be the next big colorful center stone. This ring gives you the best of both worlds: The vibrant emerald you'd get with an alternative gemstone ring and the classic white diamond of a more traditional style.
This two stone engagement ring is an instant classic. You can't go wrong with a simple yellow gold metal setting plus round and princess cut diamonds.
Bigger isn't always better. This dainty two stone engagement ring featuring a round cut diamond and rose cut diamond is subtle—but still striking.
A two stone enagement ring doesn't have to feel super modern. Take a cue from the trends of bygone eras and consider a ring with vintage flair.
Whether you're looking to give a shoutout to Pride or you're just a fan of splashy color, a two stone ring with double rainbow halos is pure vibrant fun.
You don't have to break the bank to get in on the two stone engagement ring trend. An intricate rose gold setting plays up the artisanal feel of this budget-friendly option.
If Ariana Grande and Emma Stone are any indication, pearl engagement rings will become a go-to diamond alternative in the coming years. The diamond-encrusted cage setting of this one adds some edge to an otherwise traditional gemstone.
The totally open style of this Toi et Moi ring creates the illusion of pear shape and princess cut diamonds floating in between your fingers. What's not to love about that?
If you're in the market for an alternative look but don't want to go for full color, consider a two stone engagement ring with a white diamond and a colorful gemstone. We love the idea of personalizing your engagement ring setting by opting for your birthstone as one of the gems.
Red is traditionally the color of passion and desire—so what better way to represent your love than with twice the red, heart-shaped sapphires?
If you're drawn to the flashier look of a halo engagement ring, consider this glitzy two stone engagement ring. Sizable pears in a diamond-encrusted crossover setting brings lots of bling—and an impressive carat weight
Twin round cut diamonds in a thick double bezel setting gives this two stone engagement ring the look of an über-luxe infinity symbol.
Think all blue sapphire engagement rings have to be super traditional? Think again. This purple and light blue two stone one is both modern and moody.
Usually an accent stone, trillion-cut diamonds are an atypical choice for a center stone—but this Toi et Moi ring proves they can definitely turn some heads.
Ashoka cut diamonds (read: modified cushion cut diamonds with a rectangular shape and rounded corners) are said to banish sorrow. What do two Ashoka diamonds mean? Twice the luck—and style.
Say it with us: Large and in charge. These two large cushion-cut diamonds make a big visual impact.
Perfect for the minimalist, this streamlined two stone engagement ring (or wedding band) is finished with two petite diamonds on either end.
A round diamond balances out an opal orbited by a diamond halo. The end result? A conceptual ring that's out of this world.
For an understated take on the two stone engagement ring trend, consider this domed yellow gold band with petite pear shaped diamond accents.
Calling all Bridgerton stans.. This antique ruby and diamond two stone engagement ring brings the Old World romance.
If you're into the negative space of open settings or split shanks, prepare to have your mind blown. An homage to Bauhaus design, this two stone engagement ring creates a cool visual effect, where the smaller accent diamond appears to hover above the larger center diamond.
Contrasting stone shapes give this open Toi et Moi ring a fashion-forward vibe. We love the idea of stacking it with other funky bands for an eclectic stack.
Besides the sleek spiral design, double serving of diamonds and velvety yellow gold setting, there's something else to love about this Toi et Moi ring: Its unisex design comes in a range of sizes for all fingers—no matter your ring size or how you identify.
Frost yourself. Two pear-shaped, rosecut diamonds in a polished white gold setting lend this Toi et Moi ring a frosty finish.
The pear-shaped tanzanite of this two-stone sparkler makes for a unique "something blue."
Give your toi et moi engagement ring a more customized feel by choosing different stone shapes. This ring allows you to pick from combinations of emerald and pear, round brilliant and pear or round brilliant and oval diamonds.