Ring Sizing Guide


Do you know your ring size?

In order to ensure a good fit, I suggest ordering a $1 ring sizer from me so you know your correct ring size. Unfortunately, a lot of ring sizers and ring mandrels vary by up to 1/2 size, but my method will ensure you get the closest fit possible. 

Keep reading to find out how! 

Request a $1 ring sizer here. Yes, I'll mail you one for only a single dollar in an stamped envelope. 

Once you receive the ring sizer, use the method below to get the best fit.

Before you begin, make sure you are measuring the correct finger. It's also important that you're measuring the correct hand, as the fingers on your dominant hand tend to be slightly bigger than the corresponding fingers on your non-dominant hand.

Here's how to use the ring sizer!

1. Take the tip of the ring sizer and push it through the buckle to make a loop (it’s like a belt!).

2. Put the loop on your finger.

3. Once the loop is on your finger, pull the end of the belt to tighten the loop around your finger.

4. This next step is the most important - the sizer must be able to come on and off your finger (like a ring would). You should feel resistance when sliding it past your knuckle, but it should be able to come on and off. If this is possible, the ring fits - comfortable doesn’t mean loose. It’s important that the ring fits snugly, otherwise it will be too big on your finger.

5. To read your finger size, take a look at the arrow on the buckle. The line on the right edge of a number indicates a full size (i.e. if your correct size is to the right of the number 7, you’re a size 7). The line on the left edge of a number indicates a half size (if it’s pointing to the left of the number 7, you’re a 6.5).

Many people find that a variance of a half size or less will still fit comfortably most of the time.
Also note that wide band rings fit slightly tighter, so it’s best to size up 1/2 size when purchasing a wide band ring (6mm or wider). I will also make note of this in any ring listing that features a wide band. 

It’s also good to keep in mind that finger size fluctuates slightly based on diet, temperature and activity. The way your ring fits may change slightly over the course of a single day.

Once you know your ring size, happy shopping! :)