One of the most important parts of picking out an engagement ring is getting the proper size. Can you imagine getting the size of the engagement ring wrong? Yikes!
Not only does the wrong size mess up the moment, but some rings can’t be resized due to their metal. And if it can be resized, it can be a pain to do it (and you’ll need to take it to a jeweler to have it done).
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to find your ring size at home with string, where to get a free ring sizer to eliminate any guesswork, and how to get her ring sized secretly if you’re planning a surprise proposal.
Let’s get started!
How to Measure Ring Size at Home
1. Measure With String
You can find your ring size at home with a simple piece of string or tape. All you need to do is take the piece of string and wrap it around your ring finger, making a mark where the two ends meet. Then, measure the string with a ruler to get the circumference in mm.
Then… math! Take the circumference you just measured and divide it by 3.14 to get the diameter of the ring.
Then, pick the closest measurement on the ring size chart below to find your ring size.
|Measurement (mm)||Ring Size|
2. Measure With a Ring Sizer
To measure your ring size at home with assistance from a pro, use this free ring sizer. You can order it here for free: at home, see which space fits your finger best. Then, simply look at the chart and it will tell you the exact ring size you are. Easy!
3. Get professionally sized.
If you don’t want to measure at home, get your ring size taken by a professional jeweler. You can find a local jeweler here who can give you an accurate ring size: just ask! This is a great method if you’re planning to buy an engagement ring without her knowing; bring a ring she normally wears to a jeweler and he or she can give you a proper measurement.
Now that you know your ring size, it’s time to pick out that ring! Here’s a helpful place to start: click here or the button below to browse.
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