Giving or buying a ring is not as simple a task as it seems. Not only do you have to choose the model, design, finishes and material, but also the size. And if there is something in which the Internet falters with respect to traditional commerce, it is precisely in that, in trying, failing, adjusting sizes and thinking, more than once, about the final selection after having (finally) decided. Therefore, here are some simple simple premises to take into account before buying the perfect ring.
- Measure the diameter of another ring you have at home. A simple rule will suffice to do it. Here we show you the measurements that correspond to each size.
- Use a tape measure and measure the contour of the finger. Once we know it, remove approximately 1 millimeter to choose our correct size.
- If there is no way to know the diameter, take the complexion of the person as a reference. - Slim build, choose a small size: size 6. - Medium build, choose a size 7. - Larger build or broad fingers, go for a size 8 or 9, depending on the size.
- Another of the key tips when buying a ring is to know the use that we are going to give it. If we are looking for a ring for every day or, on the contrary, a ring for a special occasion. At Vurma we always advise going for fairer sizes for everyday rings and larger sizes for those for special moments.
- In addition, we must also take into account the time of year in which we will wear the ring. Specifically, excess heat tends to swell the fingers, so if you are looking for a ring for a special occasion, for example a wedding or party in broad daylight, we should, when in doubt, choose the option of a slightly larger size. elderly.