Don't know your size?
It's okay! We've got your back!
You got two ways to do this! We have done most of the hard work and put up a Lovelvet Ring Sizer for you. Or if you don't have a printer, you can do it with a pen and string - the COVID-19 way.
3 Important Tips to Keep in Mind
1. NO FINGERS ARE THE SAME. The fingers on your dominant hand tend to be larger than those of your non-dominant hand, so keep that in mind when measuring your ring size. Make sure to measure the finger on which you want to wear your ring.
2. CONSIDER YOUR KNUCKLES. Make sure to allow enough room in your sizing so that you can easily slide the ring over your knuckles.
3. TEMPERATURE MATTERS. Your fingers can swell when hot and shrink when cold. Make sure that they are at a normal body temperate before measuring. It is recommended to measure your ring size at the end of the day as your fingers would be warmer.
Lovelvet Ring Sizer
Just download and print out the Ring Sizer below.
Option 1: Measure Your Finger
Follow the instructions on the Lovelvet Ring Sizer PDF and get your homemade ring sizer to find out your size.
Option 2: Measure Your Ring
Find an existing ring that you have and fits you the best, and simply match the ring with Lovelvet Ring Sizer.
If you don't have a printer, you can still calibrate the line in the PDF to 5cm and match the circles on your device screen.
The COVID-19 Way
You don't need to leave the house to measure your ring size. Sometimes, a few household items will solve the problem.
Step 1: Gather your items
You'll need a pen, string (or floss), and a ruler; alternatively you can just use a measuring tape.
Step 2: Measure your finger
Cut a piece of string at least 7cm long.
Wrap the string (or measuring tape) around the base of your fingers.
Mark where the string overlaps with a pen.
Lay the string flat and measure the length in millimeters.
Step 3: Find your ring size
Compare your reading from step 2 to the Lovelvet Ring Size Chart below!
Note that Lovelvet's ring sizes are based on USA & Canada measurements.