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When you find the perfect wedding band, you want to ensure it’s the right size. We created a wedding band sizing guide to help you determine the right wedding band size, select the correct width and understand the resizing process.
Consider using more than one ring size method for a "measure twice, cut once" approach to ring sizing. It’s much less trouble if you carefully measure your wedding band size initially to avoid resizing in the future. Here are some helpful tips to determine your ring size:
Here’s a band size chart for reference and here’s a printable ring sizing guide:
Most rings and bands can be resized within a few sizes. While it is typically okay to move a few sizes up or down, try to stay within two finger sizes. Resizing a ring or band any more than two finger sizes can be difficult. The simpler the wedding band, the easier it is to resize.
To make a wedding ring smaller, the jeweler cuts out a piece of the band, forms it back into a perfect circle, and then solders it back together. Once the process is finished, there’s no evidence that the ring was ever cut. Making a ring larger is a more complicated process than making it smaller. It entails the jeweler stretching the metal, and this can only be done up to half a size larger.
To resize a ring larger, the jeweler cuts the band and adds in an extra metal. Then the wedding band is soldered, cleaned and polished. which they will then solder, clean and polish. For example, if your ring has channel settings, it might be necessary to rearrange the stones during the process of resizing the ring.
We’re here to help if your wedding band doesn’t fit! Each With Clarity customer is allowed one free resizing as long as it is done within 30 days of the ring purchase.
While most rings can be resized, there are some wedding bands that are more challenging. For example, an eternity band that has gemstones all around the band cannot be resized because the process will destroy. In addition, some metals can’t be resized. Rose gold will crack if it gets resized.
An engraving will have to be redone post resizing as the metal is heated causing the engraving to alter in appearance. Post a resizing, any ring or wedding band will be reengraved to mimic the original look.
While many focus on the size of the wedding band, it’s also important to consider the width of the wedding bands. You don’t want to find the perfect wedding band and be disappointed with the width on your finger. The width indicates how comfortable a ring is to wear and also impacts the look of the ring–whether it’s a thicker ring or a more lean version.
The measurement units of the width of a ring are in millimeters as well, generally, the width of a ring will start from 1.5 millimeters. Width depends on the size of the hands and personal preference. Most women’s wedding band rings are between 1.5 and 4 millimeters in width. Most men’s wedding band rings are between 5 and 8 millimeters.
Here are some examples so you can view different wedding band widths.
Twisting Solitaire Wedding Band
starting at: $480
Micropave Diamond Wedding Band
starting at: $880
Heirloom Milgrain Diamond Wedding Band
starting at: $710
Classic Four Prong East West Wedding Band
starting at: $450
Scroll Solitaire Diamond Wedding Band
Knife Edge Milgrain Diamond Wedding Band
starting at: $1,040
Remember that With Clarity is always available to help if you have questions!
The ring size chart is the same for men and women. Women's rings are commonly between sizes 3 and 9, while men's rings are usually sized between 8 and 14. The most common women’s ring sizes are from size 6 to 7. The most popular men’s U.S. ring size is size 9.
Yes, the same wedding band sizes are used for all ring types.
Cost varies depending on whether you’re making the ring smaller or larger, type of metal and the complexity of the setting.
Each customer is allowed one free resizing as long as it is done within 30 days of the ring purchase.