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Choosing the right ring size: challenge accepted

We know that choosing the right ring size can be a real challenge. The task gets even more daunting when we have to pick a ring for someone else (‘How can I get this right?!’). Also, not choosing the right ring size might mean losing your ring because it is too loose, to strangling your finger because it is too tight.

We wanted to make it easier for you to select the correct ring size, so we put together a few basic rules to follow so you can forget about the guessing game.

The number one tip is to consult the Size Guide. Our tab has the conversion to the size of different countries, so you can compare the size of a ring that you already have with the one you wish to purchase. When in doubt, it is always advisable to go for a larger size.

Another option is to measure your finger with the paper technique. Roll a piece of paper around your finger and cut it so that you have a paper ring the size of your finger. Lay the cutout on a flat surface, so you can measure the total length of the circumference of your finger and compare it to the measurement tab below. You can also use a measurement tape.

Also, it is important to know that the width of your finger varies depending on the time of the day and temperature. The best time to measure your finger is at the end of the day, when the temperature is neither too high nor too low (this prevents dilation).

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