Ring Sizing


Ring Sizing & Fit

We get a lot of questions on how to find the perfect fit. It's so important and often confusing, and we want to help. You don't want to the ring to fly off while you're doing jazz hands, but you don't want your ring so tight that it cuts off circulation on a hot summer day.
General Rule of Thumb: 
Your ring should slide over the knuckle fairly easily and take a bit of force and wiggle to get it off. It's a good idea to size your finger a few times on different days to get a sense for how much it fluctuates.
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Fluctuating Hands:
Our hands are constantly fluctuating in size throughout the day and year-round. Bloating, humidity, time-of-day, temperature, pregnancy, arthritis, and other factors will affect the size of your finger so it's best to measure a few different times before deciding.
Thin Ring V Wide Ring
Ring Shape & Width:
Wide rings take up more real estate and will feel tighter, you may need a bigger size to compensate. Narrow rings are more forgiving and you can get away with a smaller size. 


Not all sizers are created equal. Just like with clothing, one size is not the same across all the board (or sizers in our case). If this is your first ring, we recommend buying a set of sizers to be sure.
Sizers can be purchased here.