How to find the right ring size?
Picking the perfect ring size can be a bit of a hassle, especially when you're doing it from home. The easiest way to nail it is to go out and try on some rings in person. Swing by our place if we're at a fair, or drop by any jewelry store. Ring sizes are kind of like shoe sizes – they're pretty universal.
But here's a little tip: when you're trying on rings, make sure the one you measure is sort of like the ring you plan to buy. Thin bands and chunky statement rings for the same finger might need different sizes. For instance, your ring finger could rock a size 7 for a slim band like our Miranda Ring, but for a wide number like the Lobster Ring, you might want to go for an 8 or even a 9.
If you want to suss out your ring size at home, it's a bit trickier. The best bet is to grab a ring you already own that fits well, then measure its inner diameter with a caliper (not a ruler – we're talking fractions of millimeters here). Then, check out the size chart we've got below.
You can also get your hands on one of those ring sizers – they're sold in jewelry accessory stores and online.
Now, there are all sorts of DIY methods floating around on the internet for figuring out your ring size, but be warned, they're not always on the money, and you could end up with a not-so-great measurement.
The good news is, most people can pull off a couple of ring sizes depending on the finger and hand. Your writing hand usually has slightly bigger fingers than the other one. So, if you're not 100% sure, don't sweat it – we're cool with exchanging your ring for a different size. Just shoot us an email at email@example.com, and we'll sort you out.
Ring Size Chart