Are you in the process of shopping for a ring? Whether it's an engagement ring for an upcoming proposal, you or your significant other's wedding bands, or even a gift for a special occasion, you'll need to know one thing... THE ring size! While choosing the perfect ring for the occasion is a top priority, purchasing the ring in the correct size is just as important. If you are now realizing that you don't know your or your significant other's ring size don't panic, you're not alone.
This is a common detail that many people don't know. That is why we are sharing four easy and effective ways to find someone's ring size in the comfort of your own home.
Trace the Inside of Another Ring: This tactic requires you to channel your inner arts and crafts skills from kindergarten. Find a ring that you know already fits and trace the inside circle onto a piece of paper. The correct ring size can easily be measured by your small drawing.
Order A Ring Sizer Online: Ordering a ring sizer online is one of the most simple and effective ways to get a ring size at home. Within a matter of days you will have the ring sizer delivered to your home and ready to use. Once the ring size has arrived, place a ring that already fits on top and slide it down to its correct size. If you're tight on time, you can also print out a ring size chart that will give you accurate results!
Compare Fingers: This option can be a little bit more difficult but is worth a shot. Put your hands side by side and check to see if one of your significant other's fingers is a similar size to one of yours. Maybe their ring finger and your pinky are the same size. If you notice a clear similarity and you know your own ring sizes, then you're in business and you know an approximate size, which is a good place to start!
While Your Significant Other is Sleeping: If you are gifting a ring as a surprise and need to be a little sneaky, this is your best bet. Keep in mind, this will only work if she is a deep sleeper! Wrap a piece of paper or string around her finger and mark the size from there.