Wondering What Size to Get?

Whether it's for an engagement, anniversary, or a special gift, getting the correct ring size is crucial for that perfect fit. This guide will not only show you how to measure your own ring size at home using simple tools but also share some subtle tips on how to find out your partner's ring size discreetly. We'll cover everything from using a standard ring sizer to the classic string-and-ruler method, all tailored to U.S. sizing standards.

There are 3 ways to measure.

  1. Ring Sizer: A professional ring sizer tool is the most accurate. You can get one from a jewelry store.
  2. Printable Ring Sizer: These are available online and can be printed at home.
  3. String and Ruler: If you don't have access to a ring sizer, a piece of string and a ruler can work.

Pick your method

  1. Ring Sizer: A professional ring sizer tool is the most accurate. You can get one from a jewelry store.
  2. Printable Ring Sizer: These are available online and can be printed at home.
  3. String and Ruler: If you don't have access to a ring sizer, a piece of string and a ruler can work.

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Using a Ring Sizer (easiest)

  1. Slide the Sizer on Your Finger: It should fit snugly but still slide over your knuckle without much difficulty.
  2. Adjust for Comfort: Make sure it's not too tight or too loose.
  3. Read the Size: The number that aligns with the edge of the sizer is your ring size.

Printable Ring Sizer

  1. Print the Sizer: Ensure your printer settings are correct so the sizing chart prints to scale.
  2. Cut Out the Sizer: Follow the instructions on the printed sizer. It might be a strip you wrap around your finger or a series of circles to compare against a ring you already own.
  3. Measure Your Finger: If it’s a strip, wrap it around your finger and note the indicated size. If it's a circle chart, find the circle that matches the inside of a ring you already wear.

The String & Ruler Method

  1. Wrap the String: Wrap a string around the base of your finger. Mark the point where the string overlaps.
  2. Measure the String: Lay the string flat and use a ruler to measure the length in millimeters.
  3. Find Your Size: Compare this measurement to a ring size chart to determine your US ring size.

Some Tips

  • Measure at the End of the Day: Your fingers are typically at their largest then.
  • Consider Knuckle Size: If your knuckle is much larger than your finger’s base, take both measurements and choose a size in between.
  • Average Sizes: Women's ring sizes typically range from size 3 to 9, with size 6 being the most common. Men's sizes range from size 6 to 14, with size 9 being most common.
  • Temperature Matters: Avoid measuring when you're very hot or cold as this can affect finger size.

Professional Measurement

For the most accurate measurement, it’s best to visit a jeweler. They can measure your finger size with professional tools and provide advice on the best fit, especially if you're buying a ring with a wider band, which might require a larger size.

Remember, the goal is to find a size that’s comfortable: snug enough not to fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.

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