A wedding ring is a symbol of eternal love and commitment. Because of this, it’s important to choose something comfortable you can wear every day. Thankfully, you don't have to settle for just a traditional diamond engagement ring. There's nothing wrong with them, but you have other options available that look just as good as single diamond rings. But the wrong fit will ruin things completely. You can't just use an average ring size since it's different from person to person. Approximate ring sizes may leave you with a ring that barely fits.
There are many ways for you to measure your finger. The best way to find your perfect fit is to get your finger sized by a professional jeweler. But if you're in a city that doesn't have a reputable jewelry designer, the next convenient method of sizing your finger is with one of our ring sizers. There are a few things our wedding ring guide mentions to keep in mind when determining your ring size:
1) The width of the band will affect how tight the ring feels. A wider band may feel awkward if your finger is too small, while a narrower band might have a different effect. We generally recommend choosing an 8mm width if you have larger fingers or a ring size above 8.
2) If you have large knuckles, you may need a slightly larger size so the ring can slide over them easily.
3) Your fingers may swell during different times of the day or during different seasons, so it’s best to get sized when your fingers are at their normal size.
4) Your ring's width and thickness will have an effect on your band's comfort fit. The biggest factor is the way the insides are rounded. Comfort fit rings are more comfortable than a standard fit.