Post # 1
Fiance and I purchased my wedding bands today, and I decided to go for a stacked set. I really love how it looks, but I’m unsure of what size to make them or if I should size them at all. My engagement ring is a 5.5, and the bands are both 7’s. They feel a little big, but don’t spin. I don’t want to bring them down too much and have to make them bigger again. The sales lady told me to wear them a few days and see how they felt. Any input would be much appreciated 🙂
Post # 2
- Wedding: April 2013 - A court...
Why didnt you have them ordered in your size? Just wondering since I assumed the ring(s) that are on top (in this case your e ring) would be the one that would be ordered bigger.
Post # 3
I didn’t order the rings. I have the ones that I tried on in the store, and they seemed to fit when I purchased them, but after wearing th for a few hours they feel a bit too big. My engagement ring fits perfectly.
Post # 4
well i guess it depends on if you plan to stop there.. I do stackables and my jewler recommened going up a size because the more you stack the tighter the fit, so I went up a half size on my stackables… talk to your jewller, they will size you up in the store and suggest the correct sizing. but yes, I did go up a size but I wear sometimes up to 5 rings including my E ring
Post # 5
If you don’t want to have it the same size of your ering but want them to be bigger I suggest going to at least a 6.5
Post # 6
I have a 3-ring stack for my left hand and I went up half a size. Perhaps 7 is too large for you, and something like 6/6.5 would be better. I you get them soldered, then go up to 6.5 for sure, to allow room to put it on.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
I like to have at least a quarter size bigger on my stacking rings since they sit further down towards the base of my finger, which I think is a bit larger than the diameter where my ering sits. I would get the bands in a 5.75 or 6 if I were you – so that if you want to wear them solo without your ering you don’t have to worry about losing them.
Post # 8
Why not ask the jeweller? They should be able to assist you in measuring and figuring out a comfortable size for them.
Post # 9
I wear 3 rings and they are all the same size..however since I added the 3rd band ive noticed that my wedding set feels a little tighter..maybe you could keep them the size they are since they dont spin and just have the jeweler add sizing beads that way they will fit tighter but youll still have room to add more bands later on if you want.