How to Find Your Ring Size: This Method Is So Simple and It Works Every Time

Whether you’re shopping for your first fiancé, or your fifth, there’s a high likelihood you’ll be looking for your ring size.
If you’ve been searching for the perfect fit for a while, then your hand may have stretched out and your finger bones may have ached as you’ve trawled through countless different shops and websites in the hope of finding the perfect fit. Fortunately, finding your ring size doesn’t need to be as arduous as you might think. It’s a simple process that can help you get the right fit. Here’s how to find your ring size:


Measure your finger

It may sound silly, but it’s important to measure your finger to find your ring size. Otherwise, you may end up with a fit that’s too tight or too loose. Once you’ve got your finger measured, it’s time to find a ring that fits. First, browse through your favourite stores and look for a ring you like. You don’t have to buy it just yet, but you should have an idea of the style and shape you like. Grab a piece of paper and make a list of all the ring styles you’ve listed. Now that you know which styles you like, you can start looking for the perfect fit. This will include visiting a number of different shops and browsing online. The more shops and websites you visit, the more likely you are to find one that fits you. It’s important to remember that your first ring doesn’t have to be the one you choose in the end. You should be looking for a wide range of styles and it’s important to have an idea of the styles you like so you can find a range of different options that suit you.

Find a ring that fits

Once you’ve found a few potential options, it’s time to put them to the test. Take each ring and try it on. Not only will this allow you to get a better idea of the sizing for each ring, but it may also help you discover a few hidden gem options you hadn’t previously considered. If you’re planning on getting your ring fitted, then you can also get a few other people to help you out. You don’t have to have an audience in order to get an idea of what size fits you best. In fact, getting an idea of what size you’re taking while you’re wearing the ring is even more important because this will allow you to see where any flaws may be in the stone or band.

Find a piece of string

Once you’ve found a ring that fits, it’s now time to find a string that will also work for you. You can use any string for this, but you may find it easier to use a piece of string that’s the same length as your finger. After all, this will help you get a clear idea of the size of your ring. Simply wrap the string around your finger. Begin at the base of your finger and work your way up to the tip. Once you’ve finished, mark the string where it overlaps with a pen or marker.

Wrap the string around your finger

Once you’ve marked the string where it overlaps, it’s time to wrap the string around your finger. Start by holding the string in one hand and your finger in the other and gently pulling your finger towards you. Move your finger back and forth a little to help the string wrap smoothly around it. Wherever the string overlaps the pen mark, gently extend your finger in that direction. This will help guide the string further and further away from your finger. You can also use a ruler to help guide the string further in the right direction. Once you’ve wrapped the string around your finger, gently pull it back away from your finger so that it releases from the pen mark. You can now remove the pen mark from the string.

Mark the string where it overlaps

Once you’ve wrapped the string around your finger, it’s now time to mark the string where it overlaps. Start by lifting the string and gently pulling it away from your finger. This will make it easier to see the overlap. You can now use the pen to mark where it overlaps. Once you’ve finished marking the string and it’s overlapped the pen mark, gently push the string back down towards your finger so that it releases from the pen mark. You can now remove the pen mark from the string.

Measure the mark you made

Now that you’ve marked the string where it overlaps, it’s time to measure the mark you made. Hold the string up to your finger so that you’re able to clearly see the length. Grab a ruler and gently follow the string along the length of your finger. You can also take photos along the way if you want a clear view of where you’re measuring from. You can also use a ruler to help guide you along the length of your finger, making it easier to get a clear view of where you’re measuring from. Once you’ve measured the length of the mark, compare the measurement to the following chart to find your ring size.

Add the two measurements together

Once you’ve found your ring size, it’s time to add it to the table. Simply add the number you got from your finger length measurement and then find your corresponding ring size on the following table. You can also use this table to find your engagement ring size. Simply find your finger length measurement, then add 2 to find the corresponding ring size. If you’re shopping for a second or future engagement ring, you can also use this table to find your wedding ring size. Simply find your finger length measurement, then add 4 to find the corresponding wedding ring size. If you’re shopping for your fifth engagement, you can also use this table to find your wedding band size. Simply find your finger length measurement, then add 8 to find the corresponding wedding band size.

Compare your result to the chart below

Once you’ve got your ring size, it’s time to see if it’s right for you. You can do this by comparing your result to the chart below. If your ring size is somewhere within the first three rows of the table, you should have no problem fitting your ring. If your ring size is in the second or third rows of the table, you may want to consider getting your ring re-sized. If your ring size is in the fourth row of the table, you should consider getting your finger measured to ensure you’ve got the right fit. If your ring size is in the fifth row of the table, you may want to consider getting your finger measured before making the purchase so that you know for sure that your finger is the correct length for the ring. Check out Bvlgari’s size guide.

Conclusion

If you’ve been searching for your ring size for some time, you’ll know how frustrating it can be. Finding your ring size can be a bit tricky, but it doesn’t have to be. Keep reading to learn how to find your ring size and get the perfect fit for your perfect ring.

Leave a Comment