Trying to find my correct ring size

posted 1 year ago in Rings
Post # 2
131 posts
Blushing bee

I got a free wedding sizer from Brillant Earth. It was very nice! You might be able to request from their website, and that might help you get a better idea. Tracking sizes throughout different parts of the day might make you feel comfortable in choosing a final sizing.

Post # 3
2468 posts
Buzzing bee

Once I had a good idea of a size range from the ring sizes, I bought a few inexpensive rings from amazon ($15 each or so) that were around the same width I was considering.  Wore the, around for a few days, was able to determine the best size that fit comfortably most of the time.  

My fingers swell a lot with my period and in hot weather, and I hate tight rings.  I found I get panicky and a bit claustrophobic if my rings are too tight.  A lot of jewelers recommendations rings be worn so tight you can barely get them off, and they won’t spin, but I disagree. I wear mine a bit loose and have never lost a ring. I also like to get mine sized a bit too lose then bring the size back down with sizing beads. 

Generally I think if a ring gives you muffin top and leaves an indent after wearing for only 30 min or so, it’s probably too tight. But everyones fingers are shaped differently and some people have bigger/smaller knuckles.  

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