Ring Sizing Guide
At Bespoke By Shahina Hatta, we believe in the perfect fit and provide 1/4 US sizing. Below are easy methods for roughly estimating your size but true sizes are best determined by a professional jeweler. Please note that finger size may fluctuate due to weather or hormonal changes.
- Use string or paper to find your ring size:
- Use string or paper only to get a general idea of your ring size.
- Wrap the material around the base of your finger.
- Use a pen or pencil to mark the point on the string or paper where the ends meet.
- Measure the string or piece of paper with a ruler.
- Use the chart below to find your approximate ring size based on your measurement.
- Keep in mind that string, floss, and paper can stretch and twist, making for a less accurate measurement.
- Select a ring that properly fits your finger.
- Use a ruler to measure the diameter of the inner circle of the ring.
- Choose the larger size if the ring falls between two sizes
Other ways to find a ring size
- Head to the nearest jeweler to obtain an accurate ring size. Most jewelers only use US half sizes whereas we provide US quarter sizes for a better fit. If the jeweler provides a size for you that feels a touch loose and the size below feels a touch tight, then you are in between the half sizes. For example, if a US size 5 feels a bit loose and a US size 4.5 feels a bit tight, than your ring size is most likely a US size 4.75.
- If you are shopping for someone else, the best way to learn his or her ring size is to simply ask. But if you are planning a surprise, consider enlisting friends and family in your quest for the right ring size - they can ask without raising any eyebrows.