1. Get sized at a local jeweler
Getting sized by a jeweler is the most reliable way to find out your ring size, as all jewelers in the United States use the same standard sizes. (If you live outside of the US, your jeweler should have a conversion chart on hand).
2. Use a plastic ring sizer
If you want to save yourself a trip to the jeweler (or from being measured by a teenager at a mall kiosk), plastic ring sizers are a great option. If you’re interested in purchasing a plastic ring sizer, we recommend either a metal ring sizer set or an adjustable plastic sizer.
3. Use our printable ring sizer tool
Though there’s room for error because paper templates are subject to slipping and crumpling, we’ve created this handy ring sizer tool as well. So long as you follow the directions closely and are extra careful, it should give you a pretty good idea of your ring size. Just make sure you’re printing at 100% scale (not “stretched to fit”), and double check the measuring tool on the printed PDF with a physical ruler or tape measure just in case.
If you’re using a paper or plastic ring sizer, make sure you check out these helpful hints!