Finding the perfect ring size can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve created this post on a ring sizing chart to help you determine your ring size in just a few minutes! It’s based on the standard sizing method to work with all kinds of jewelry and styles.
Choose a ring that fits the finger you are measuring.
Make sure the ring is tight enough. For example, if your ring is too big for your finger and causes discomfort, it may not be ideal for your wedding band size. Make sure to try on several different sizes before finding one that works well with all of your fingers!
Do not use any old ring as an example; make sure to find something that matches what you want in terms of style, color scheme, and material quality (e.g., metal vs. gold). You want to avoid surprises when it comes time to pick a new piece after the big day.
Measure the inside diameter of the ring.
- To measure the inside diameter of your ring, you’ll need a ruler or piece of paper and a pen.
- Use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of your ring.
- If you don’t have an official measuring tool, try using something like this pen or pencil instead!
- Repeat this process for your other fingers.
- Now that you’ve found your ring size, it’s time to measure your other fingers.
If you want to use a string:
- Make sure it’s flexible enough so that it’ll fit easily into the first finger hole.
- If you’re using a ruler, hold it vertically with one end of the ruler on top of your thumb and rest the other on top of your index finger or whatever other finger size best matches yours.
- Measure how far up from there is where the halfway between the two measurements would be. For example: if this measurement is 6mm, the half way would be 12mm.
Match the measurements to ring sizes on the chart.
Ring size is measured in millimeters, so if you take your ring size and compare it to a number on one of these charts, you can use it as a guide for sizing. However, remember that this isn’t an exact science. It’s downright wacky! So if you’re between two numbers and need to know which one fits best, go up or down until there’s no way of telling whether or not someone will prefer your choice, and there won’t be any repercussions.
If you’re thinking about buying an extra-small ring for someone who wears large rings often, check the size from the chart—these people like having their hands free when playing sports or outdoor activities like hiking or cycling.
Consider half sizes and quarter sizes.
If you don’t find your ring size, try a quarter size up or down. You may need to order the full size because most rings are made in whole sizes only, but you can also order half or quarter sizes.
You can find the correct ring size by following these simple steps. Once you have your measurement, use a ring sizer to see if the ring will fit. If it does not, try another size in the same brand and style until the correct fit is found.