How to Determine Your Ring Size

You should consider:

  • Band Size: If you are considering a thicker style band, I would recommend a quarter size up!
  • Finger Shape: Consider if you have a larger knuckle or if you fingers taper in.
  • When You Measure Your Finger: Make sure you cool off before measuring your fingers. You’re fingers swell in heat and when you are active.

We highly recommend getting sized by a local jeweler!

 We cannot guarantee that ring sizing via paper will be accurate. When in doubt, contact Chloe to make an appointment. She would be happy to work with you either in person or over email to find the best way to get your or your partner's perfect fit!   


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How To Guess Your Partner’s Size:

 It has become more common these days to involve your partner in the engagement ring selection. 

If you are open with your partner about the ring selection process, I highly recommend you stop by Chloe Leigh Designs Studio. Let your partner try on their favorite rings. If you stop by, we can register your partner’s size and top favorite styles. So then, when you are ready to pop the question, you know you have the perfect ring!


Want to keep it a Surprise? No problem, we can help you!

Here are a few tips I recommend:

  • Talk to their family or your partner’s best friends. They might be able to find out by asking them to try on their engagement ring for fun or stopping by a jewelry store to check out what they have. I’m sure they can find out that perfect ring size!
  • Stop by your partner’s favorite jewelry store. They might have already registered their finger size. You know... just in case! At Chloe Leigh Designs, we keep track of everyone who wishes to register their sizes with us!
  • You can also try to base it off their current rings. Most people don’t wear rings on their left finger until they get engaged. But if they do, trace your partners ring on a piece of paper. We can work from there!
  • Still can’t figure out your partners ring size? Contact Chloe, I am sure she has a few more tricks up her sleeve!