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The most important thing when it comes to choosing a ring size is knowing your own size. Sometimes, it can be difficult to decide on your exact size, but you should always try to measure yourself before ordering online. If you don’t have access to a ring sizer at home or work, consider visiting an old-fashioned jeweler so they can help measure properly!
When it comes to rings, size does matter. In fact, for some people, knowing their ring size is an essential part of buying a ring. But if you've never had your finger sized before or you don't know what your correct ring size is because you've lost a finger weight or gained weight around your fingers, getting the correct ring size can be difficult. Thankfully there are many ways to measure your finger size so that you can be confident in the perfect fit of your new bling!
If you're wearing your ring right now, it's easy to find out how big your finger is by marking the paper, folding it in half and measuring the distance between the two sides.
You can also measure around someone else's finger (just make sure they're cool with it). Just wrap the piece of paper around their ring finger and mark where the paper overlaps on either side. Then use a ruler or tape measure to find out how much space there was between those two marks. If this method works for you, then congrats! You're ready to go get sized down at Diamond Registry wherever else rings are sold.
If you don't have anyone you can use as a guinea pig, then try to get someone else's ring that fits you perfectly. Then use that measurement to find out how big your finger is. This method will probably take a little more time than the first one, but it should still be fairly easy if you know what size ring you want or already have one on hand.
You should start by measuring a ring that fits you well so you can use those measurements to determine your ring size. To do this, take the ring off and measure its inside diameter, which is where it will sit on your finger. Then measure the outside diameter and depth of the band of your ring that was taken off (if there are multiple bands). Finally, measure the width of each band and length between bands in millimeters.
If you have measured all these things correctly and still have no idea what size your finger is in relation to those measurements, you’ll need to go into a store with time on your hands so that they can help determine which size would best fit for an accurate result.
The thickness of the band can also affect how well a ring fits. If you have a thin band, you may need to go up a size to make sure it doesn't fit too tight. On the other hand, if your band is thick and heavy, it may be better to go down one size (and get some extra cash for that diamond!). If you are unsure about how thick or heavy your band is and aren't comfortable asking for help from your jeweler, then we recommend going in-person so they can take measurements with their tools.
If you want your ring to fit perfectly, it's important that you measure the exact size of your finger and get the correct ring size.
If you get it wrong, then you will have to replace the ring and pay a lot more money than if you got it right in the first place. If this happens, then chances are that when your friends see your new ring they'll be jealous because they won't be able to afford one themselves. That could lead them into crime or even suicide! So please don't make this mistake!
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