Post # 1
So I was looking at all the lovely bee’s wedding rings with e-rings and I was wondering, what size should my wedding band be so I wont get a muffin top. My finger is actually a size 4.5, but I had to size it to 4.75 because I have bigger knuckles then the finger itself. I ordered 2 wedding bands and I ordered them as 4.75, do you think that might give me a muffin top? The jewelers didn’t really seemed concerned? what was your size for wedding band? was it different then your actual size?
Post # 3
Lol’ing at muffin top! That is the funniest term ever. I am a size 5 knuckle and a 4.75 actual finger. No muffin top on my fingers. Albeit I’m doing 2 wedding bands, one on each side. You should really get your wedding ring in the same size as your e-ring.
Post # 4
Finger muffin top depends a lot on how your finger is shaped. If you have bigger knuckles, you probably won’t have to worry. I have do as well and if I can get a ring over my knuckles, it is not going to be squeezing anything else. I would stick to 4.75-you dont wsnt your rings falling off in the winter.
Post # 5
Well all 3 of my rings are 6.5’s and i don’t have a muffin top. Some people do need a slightly bigger set depending on how wide the whole thing is. Also, they can add tiny metal bumpers to the inside of your ring to make it fit a little snugger.
Post # 6
My finger is a 4 and my knuckle is a little bigger. When I checked my ring size I was wearing lotion and the size 4 slid right down my knuckle. Then I got my ring and I had a hard time putting it on and taking it off. I decided to keep it a 4 because now I never take if off (only to shower) and I lose things really easily, so it works for me.
I think if your e-ring doesn’t give you a muffin top finger, then I don’t think your wedding band would either.