You're going to want to wear your wedding band to make sure it fits properly. Does it actually fit around you or your partner's left ring finger? Is it too tight? You can only imagine the embarrassment during the exchange of wedding rings, only to realize that your ring isn't slipping on seamlessly. It's already too late by that point. You'll have to send your rings back to your jeweler to get resized and then you'll be married and without any rings. t's the same case for when you decide to try out and wear engagement rings. You'll want something that actually fits or you risk spoiling the mood. Sure, it'll make for a funny engagement story at the wedding reception. But your wallet won't be too happy about your sign of engagement!
Depending on your finger type you'll also want to make sure you actually like the ring. You need a chance to wear it in multiple situations. By doing this, you'll be able to see if the material's the right fit for you. Does it match your personal style? Does it pair well with your regular outfits? Some customers realize that they want a darker ring, or some want something with a shinier luster. Whatever the case may be, you won't know how you'll feel until you actually wear the physical ring. Your promise ring's going to last as long as your lifelong commitment to your partner, so you're going to want to make sure that it's something you absolutely love.
You definitely want to make sure your ring is comfortable for constant wear. You need to try out all of your daily activities while it's around your left finger. If you didn't know, your finger has a tendency to expand in warmer climates and vice versa in colder climates. If it feels uncomfortable, you might want something made from a different material. A gold band may feel too heavy, so perhaps you'll settle with a lighter silver band. You might also prefer a plain band that's smaller in width if you have shorter fingers. When you wear engagement rings or wedding bands, you want it to symbolize your personal commitment to your partner. You want the world to know that you're not alone. You have a marriage partner. But what is there to symbolize if you're not wearing it due to the ring feeling uncomfortable?