Engagement rings are about as personal a purchase as it gets. Whether you chose yours as a couple or it was a surprise from your beloved, the perfect ring isn’t only a symbol of a forever commitment — it says a lot about your style. So when you’re showing off your new bauble, you want to make sure your hands look just as great as your new addition — that means a bridal manicure (yes, that’s a thing) that fits the vibe. Scroll on for mani and engagement ring combos that complement each other as well as you and your spouse-to-be.

Minimalist + Negative Space:

1. An emerald-cut stone with no extra adornments is classic, understated, and perfect for the millennial minimalist bride. The horizontal setting of this stunner gives it a trend-right, fresh twist. (Photo via Pinterest)

Get ready to turn heads. Pair your updated emerald with a mani to match. This negative space option mimics the strong lines of your stone. (Photo via Pinterest)

Romantic + Rose Quartz:

2. Show off your romantic side as well as your unique style with a sweet stone and rose gold setting. (Photo via Pinterest)

In keeping with the delicate-but-distinct vibe, try a subtle rose quartz mani to take your femme look to another level. Le Sigh. (Photo via Pinterest)

Edgy + Unbasic Black

3. Standard sparklers aren’t your thing? A black stone with a vintage setting mixes edgy appeal with an antique touch. (Photo via Pinterest)

A dark manicure with delicate, linear details will make for the perfect black-on-black combo. Yes. (Photo via Pinterest)

Moonstone + Holographic:

4. A moonstone is perfect for the alternative bride who’s a little bit boho and a little bit girly. This is the kind of ring that’s meant for Catbird-style stacking. (Photo via Pinterest)

Play off the dreamy vibe with a mauve-y shade that has a hint of iridescence. Subtle and swoon-worthy. (Photo via Pinterest)

Modern + Linear:

5. Frou-frou ain’t for you, which is why this angular, multi-baguette option hits all the right notes. Why pick one stone when you can have several? (Photo via Pinterest)

A subtle nude manicure with a single accent line is simple but sharp — just like your bauble. When in doubt, keep it sleek and chic. (Photo via Pinterest)

Old-School Glamour + Deep Red

6. An ornate style like this round center stone, halo, and adorned band just screams old Hollywood. (Photo via Pinterest)

A rich burgundy nail design is just the right touch for your glam rock. Plus, a high-shine polish will echo the bling of your ring. (Photo via Pinterest)

Earthy + Boho

7. Not a bling-bling kind of babe? A pop of color geode is the ideal anti-diamond alternative. (Photo via Pinterest)

Show off your bohemian side with a subtle print that doesn’t clash with your stone. Opt for delicate nail art in shades of pink and white that bring to mind weekends spent on the festival circuit. (Photo via Pinterest)

Vintage + Dusty Rose:

8. If you dream in sepia tone, odds are your ring looks like a treasured family heirloom — which speaks to your timeless sense of style. (Photo via Pinterest)

An understated, vintage-inspired rose polish provides the perfect romantic backdrop to keep the focus on your old-world bauble. (Photo via Pinterest)

Goth Romantic + Lace Print

9. You’re way too dramatic for a classic solitaire, and we get that. Your ideal engagement ring? A richly hued head-turner like this rhodolite cage ring. (Photo via Pinterest)

Vampy lace nails in all black? Yes, that will play quite nicely with your statement bauble. (Photo via Pinterest)

Classic Solitaire + Updated French

10. When in doubt, stick with the classics. That’s why a single round sparkler on a clean band never disappoints. (Photo via Pinterest)

A standard French manicure might feel a little dated, so opt for an updated version with a tonal silver base and a metallic tip. (Photo via Pinterest)

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