Stór Ring Size Guide

Download Our Ring Size Template (PDF)

How To Measure Your Ring Size

If you’re shopping for someone else, the best way to find their ring size is to ask. If it’s a surprise, send in the troops (family or friends) to be stealth and get that size for you. From our experience, very common women’s sizes are 5.5 / 6 / 6.5. Even though 7 is said to be the average. Men’s sizing varies greatly, but it is very common to finish rings between 9 and 10.5.

DIY Ring Size Measurement

  1. You will need: string or paper, pen and a ruler.
  2. Wrap string or paper around the base of your finger were you would wear the ring.
  3. Mark the point where the ends meet with a pen.
  4. Measure the string or paper with a ruler (mm).
  5. Pick the closest measurement on the ring size chart to find your ring size. (link to the download I just attached)

More Ring Sizing Tips

  1. Use another ring you have:
    Measure the inside diameter of another ring that fits using a tape measure and our printable ring sizer HERE. (link to the download I just attached)
  2. Ring Fit: The ring should fit your finger comfortably: snug enough so it won’t fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with relative ease.
  3. Larger Knuckle: When the knuckle is bigger than the base of the finger, measure both places and pick a size in between the two.
  4. Time of Day Matters: Measure your ring size at the end of the day when your fingers are warm. Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather. Your fingers are typically smaller in the morning and in cold weather. As well, fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger.
  5. Triple Check: Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy.

Still not sure?

Order a Stór by Margot at home ring sizing tool, to ensure greater accuracy. This is recommended for eternity bands, or any ring that is a bit more difficult to adjust after it’s made. Contact our team with any sizing questions, we are happy to help!