How to measure your ring size chart
How to know if your ring sizing chart is correct or incorrect?
It depends on what your ring is meant for and what size you actually want.
If you wear a size small, your ring may be too small for you and it may need to be adjusted.
If you wear one size large, the size may be right for you but it may be wrong for someone else.
So, if you wear an 8 and someone else wears a 10, you need to adjust the size of your ring.
If your ring has a 6 or smaller in it, it’s fine and you can wear it.
If it has a 9 or 10 in it and someone wears a 9, you might want to consider adjusting it.
So, how do you know which size is right for your ring?
Here’s a chart that will help.
If that chart doesn’t work for you, the Ring Sizing Calculator can help.
The chart below is based on the chart above.
Your ring size should be about 1.5 inches from the top edge of your cuff.
You should have about a 2-inch band.
This band will be about half the circumference of your finger.
So your ring should be a snug fit.
If the ring fits snugly, you’re on the right size.
If not, your size could be wrong.
Your ring will feel snug when you take it off, but once you put it on, it will feel great.
It’s much better to wear it in a bag than a tangle.
Your fingers are also much more comfortable when your ring fits.
Your size is a measurement of your body.
Your body size will affect how your ring will fit, so it’s best to have a chart or chart guide you in order to figure out your ring’s right size to wear.