The best way to determine your ring size is to visit a jeweler who has the proper tools to take your measurements. We are often asked about at-home methods for determining ring size which are possible, however, there are some important factors to consider to ensure future resizing isn't necessary.
Our fingers are fullest when our temperature is highest and smallest when our temperature is lowest.
Similar to above, if you live in an area with strong differences between seasonal temperatures, you may find that your fingers are skinnier in the winter time and more full in the summer time. It's not uncommon for finger sizes to change 1/4-1/2 ring size so opt for your largest finger size to accommodate the warmest times of year.
Diet and time of day
it's not uncommon to wake up with fingers feeling swollen, especially if you had a salt meal for dinner the night before. The best time to have your fingers sized is late afternoon when you may be more hydrated and body changes are most likely to be stable.
Ever notice your fingers swelling after a long walk or workout? That's your circulatory system properly working and pushing blood into your extremities and fingertips. We don't recommend wearing jewelry during exercise but we understand that it happens sometimes and you want to be sized in a way that will allow for these changes.
Only you can determine what fits you absolute best. Your finger should feel no tightness while wearing a ring. There should be some resistance as the ring slides over the knuckle. No one else should be able to pull your ring off easily but it shouldn't be difficult for you to remove. Should you find yourself between sizes, we offer ring sizes in 0.25 increments.