Finding your ring size can be tricky. That’s why I’ve created this guide to help out ✨
Depending on which ring you choose, you may need different sizes. You’ll also often find that the same finger can actually use two different sizes of the same ring. It all depends on how tightly you want your ring to fit and how your fingers react to heat and cold.
The following is a guideline only, and I’d always recommend getting your measurements taken at a jewellery store, as they can measure your size much more precisely.
Follow these steps to find your ring size:
You’ll need scissors, a ruler, paper and a marker.
- Cut a thin strip from the paper. You’ll need this to measure your finger.
- Choose which finger you want to wear the ring on.
- Wrap the thin paper strip tightly around your finger and draw a line where the ends overlap. It’s a good idea to draw a line on both ends (you may need someone to help you with this).
- Finally, measure the distance between the two lines using the ruler. Remember to note down the distance in mm, as the difference between one ring size and the next is 1 mm.
I’ve measured my index finger, and the circumference is 54 mm.
You’ll find all my ring sizes in this chart. Find your circumference and the chart will tell you which size I’d recommend for you 💖