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For a city that is only the 50th largest in the United States, Arlington, Texas boasts more than a few notable local landmarks. There is the University of Texas at Arlington, the Texas Rangers ballpark, the Texas Cowboys stadium, the International Bowling Museum, the International Campus of Mensa, Six Flags over Texas and Hurricane Harbor. If you are thinking of proposing to your special someone in Arlington, there is no need to travel out of town—Arlington has many beautiful proposal spots that you can utilize. You can propose over the MegaTron at a Rangers game (great if she is a sports fan!) or if she loves the roller coasters at Six Flags, you can propose on one—although you probably shouldn’t pull out the ring just as the coaster hits the upside-down loop!
But before you can set up your perfect Arlington proposal, you need to find the perfect Arlington engagement ring. Luckily, this city isn’t lacking in great Arlington jewelry stores either. And your options aren’t limited to national chains—there are plenty of Arlington ring stores that are locally owned and operated, so you can support local business while buying a ring from someone with ties and investment in the community.
Take Charming Charlie’s, for example. An Arlington jewelry store that has attracted fans from all across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, for it’s fun, creative high quality costume jewelry. For $12-20, Arlington ring shoppers can pick up fun cocktail rings with oversized “gemstones,” elegant faux diamond rings, or trendy two-finger or over-the-knuckle rings. The quality is better than what you could get at a nearby big-box store, and the customer service and friendly, attentive sales reps just can’t be beat!
But if you are looking for serious Arlington diamonds, you should visit Arlington Jewelry Exchange, a family-owned and operated jewelry store that aims to combine wholesale diamond prices with personalized, caring customer service and a full line of in-house jewelry designs. Integrity and trust are as much a part of what is sold here as rings and bracelets, so customers, even first time ring shoppers, know they are getting exactly what they are paying for every time. How do smaller family businesses like Arlington Jewelry Exchange compete with the international chains in terms of diamond prices? With their huge levels of overhead thanks to national marketing campaigns and the costs of running thousands of stores, chains like Zales and Kay Jewelers cannot respond to the everyday fluctuations of the diamond market the way a small, locally-owned jeweler can. By getting to know the local community on a person-by-person basis, a locally-owned Arlington ring store can source only those diamonds and settings they know will be popular back in their hometown—a national chain just can’t know the community as well. When a store like this offers the city of Arlington diamonds, they know they are providing exactly the kind of diamonds Arlington’s citizens want.
Once you have your Arlington engagement ring in hand, all that is left to do is pick the perfect proposal spot—and pop the question!