1. REQUEST FOR OUR LOVE & CO RING SIZER
Check out Love & Co ring sizer where you can easily obtain her size with ease. It works like a belt, and all you need to do is put it around her left ring finger. Note the arrow placement and remember the sizing. Let our consultant know when you book an appointment and visit our stores. Alternatively, you may also request for a ring sizer via the url below and we will get in contact with you soon! Get your ring sizer here today: https://forms.gle/CBV421qYSfPxpMtT9
2. MEASURE AN EXISTING RING
You’re in luck if your significant other is a fashion-conscious person with a ready collection of accessories. Rather than going straight for the finger measurements, you can simply pick out one of their rings and make your measurement from there.
Choose a ring that they wear often and which you know fits them well in terms of sizing. In the case you are trying to prepare for the proposal without their knowledge, try to avoid taking their favourite ring, or you’ll risk them busting your plans when they can’t find it!
If you don’t have a lot of time to measure the ring itself, you can simply outline the inner circumference of the ring on a piece of paper first, and measure it later. Alternatively, you can place the ring on a size guide, which will show you the corresponding diameter and size number of the ring.
3. CONSULT AN INTERNATIONAL SIZE GUIDE
Once you start ring shopping, you will realise that ring sizes at different retailers differ quite vastly. It won’t be surprising to see a range of 6 to 28 on a ring size chart in Singapore, only to have some international online retailers list their sizes as numbers from 44 to 69! In the UK, they use alphabets instead of numbers – it is all quite mind-boggling, we know.
But before you get confused with all that, the most important part of a ring measurement is to get the circumference right. Once you have that nailed down, the rest is up to an international ring size guide, which you can find easily online.
4. RING SIZING TIPS
If you still feel uneasy about getting the right ring size, here are some additional tips for you to make sure you’re getting it right!
When measuring the finger directly, you’ll want to do it at towards evening time, as this is when the finger is the largest. Make sure you are measuring the correct finger on the correct hand, because there can be slight variations in size between one’s dominant and non-dominant hand! As usual, if you find that the ring circumference is in between sizes, always go for the slightly larger sizing.
You could also consider the ring style you plan to buy. Women’s rings are typically slimmer, but if going for a thicker ring, remember that wide bands usually may have a tighter fitting. Do take note of sizing difference for comfort fit and standard fit rings as well. If picking out one of your partner’s rings to measure, try to select one that’s of a similar width.
Finally, multiple measurements will give you more confidence! Take 3 to 4 measurements if you really want to be sure. To gauge if you are on the right track, you can consider the popular ring sizes as well. The average women’s ring sizes in Singapore typically range between 11 to 16 (HK size), while men’s size average around 21 to 25 (HK size).