How to Select Your Perfect Ring Size?
When you are about to propose somebody, you may think of the perfect ring, the perfect diamond and the shape of it but along these, there is a tricky part where you don’t have the right size of a ring. Most of the time, people don’t know their own ring size, seems strange but it is how it is. So, you may need to ask him or her for the size and then determine what could be the perfect ring size. Here, we are going to give you some guidelines on how to select your perfect ring size. Have a look:
Well, a lot of people go to the jewelers and ask for the complementary ring sizers. Designs By Sevan also offers ring sizers. These are probably plastic rings that you can choose and ask your partner to try them on and choose the right fit.
Make sure you want your ring to be easy on the knuckles too. Your fingers can swell and shrink throughout the day so keeping a little margin would be great. Weather, time of the day, activity level, and other factors can affect the finger size of anyone so, it is better to check out after lunch, before dinner, and in the middle of the day. Once you have got the right fit then compare the ring sizer with the metal ring and find the right match in metal rings.
There is also a ring sizer guide where you can move the ring through different sizes until you find the perfect size. Anyone can download this ring size guide from the internet as it is mostly accurate everywhere. Women’s size can go from 3 to 9 but people usually go from 5 to 7 and the size 6 is a very common size for women. The men’s size can go from 8 to 14 but the size purchased for them is 8 to 10.5 and the size 9 is the most common size for men.
None of the techniques are perfect as everyone has a different shape of fingers so just choose the size in which you feel comfortable, not too tight or too lose and you will be fine. In case of the wrong size, many jewelry shops offer you to change within some period of time. So, maybe before you get back to your jeweler try the ring on your finger and get used to it or otherwise change it if you are not comfortable.