Nothing is more exciting than getting your one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry! Please use our ring sizing method and necklace chart to determine the perfect size for you. Therefore, you can wear your jewelry right away, for the everyday slay!
Ring Sizing Guide: Method 1
Downloadable Ring Sizing Guide
One of the most accurate ways to measure the perfect ring size is by downloading our Ring Sizing Guide. Click the preview, below, to download. This is a discreet way to measure size, especially when the ring is a surprise! The instructions are on the guide. Generally, the directions are as follows:
- Make sure the page you print is sized to scale. Depending on your printer, set scaling to 100%, "None," or "Actual size."
- If the scale line doesn't measure up in inches, you will have to adjust your settings and reprint.
- Then, find a ring that fits the intended finger the ring will be on. You will be placing that ring over the circles on the guide until you find a match. You want the circle to be as close as possible to the inside diameter of the ring. If the ring falls between two sizes, then we recommend going with the larger size.
- For assistance, please contact us anytime.
Ring Sizing Guide: Method 2
Measure Your Ring Size At Home
- Wrap a strip of paper around your finger like a ring. Make sure it is comfortable and not too tight.
- Mark a spot where the paper meets. Measure the distance with a ruler.
- Use the chart below to determine your ring size. If you are in between sizes, then we suggest going with the larger size.
Midi Ring Sizing Guide
Generally, a midi ring would be about 3-4 sizes smaller than your normal size. For instance, if you wear a size 8, we suggest going with a size 5 midi ring. It is always good to measure your own fingers as well. Just follow method 2 of our sizing guide, above.
Get the perfect fit by using our necklace sizing chart as reference.
For assistance, please contact us.