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How to Find Your Ring Size

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 HOW TO FIND YOUR RING SIZE

Jewelry is one of the many ways that you are able to express yourself and show off your uniqueness. Many of the rings that we carry have a maximalist style to them, while still maintaining a stylish and sleek look. Before choosing the right ring, figuring out your ring size is the first and most important step as fingers and rings come in many shapes and sizes.
Following these guidelines, you should be able to get your ring fitted with confidence. 

MEASURING YOUR RING SIZE

Here’s 4 quick steps to measure your ring size in the comfort of your home.

STEP 1 Simply cut off a thin piece of paper and wrap around your intended ring finger purchase.

STEP 2 Make sure after its wrapped around the finger, that it isn’t too tight.

The piece of paper wrapped around the finger should feel secure and comfortable.

STEP 3 Take a pen and mark where paper overlaps.

Then remove the paper and measure from the end of the paper to the mark. Be sure to use millimeters to ensure acc­uracy.

STEP 4 Measure your finger 2-3 few times to ensure the sizing is correct.

STEP 5 Use the conversion chart on the right to find your ring size.

If stuck between 2 sizes, it’s recommended to order the larger size.

*Alternative Method: Using a piece of string

 

 HOW TO FIND YOUR RING SIZE USING A RING THAT ALREADY FITS YOU 

 Find a ring that already fits you comfortable on your chosen finger. Get a ruler and measure the diameter across.

Use the chart on the above to compare in millimeters.

Key tip: Your fingers can shrink and expand when exposed to hot and cold conditions. The best time to measure your finger is when you’re at a comfortable room temperature. If your knuckle is larger than your finger’s base (that’s normal!), measure both your knuckle and your finger base. Then, choose a size in between.



 

 

 

 

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