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How to choose a ring that she will like

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As there is no universal standard for measuring ring sizes, we can make do with homemade devices and actually use our creativity to come up with measuring devices. Taking a strip of paper, wrap it …

As there is no universal standard for measuring ring sizes, we can make do with homemade devices and actually use our creativity to come up with measuring devices. Taking a strip of paper, wrap it around your finger until the whole circumference is covered and then measure its length with a ruler or measuring tape. Some have claimed that this elementary method actually works! In fact, further research on the topic shows that quite a number of online jewelry stores use this method since it is the easiest to follow, and buyers choose it as the most approachable method. We need not worry how jewelry stores would figure out the circumference of your ring size after you have measured its length because there are conversion tables available. In fact, there are online conversion sites for ring sizes that are user-friendly. If you are planning to buy your ring in jewelry stores and malls, there are ring sizers that you can try on before you choose your perfect ring.

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  • 1. How to Choose a Ring That She Will LikeAs there is no universal standard for measuring ring sizes, we can make do with homemade devices and actuallyuse our creativity to come up with measuring devices. Taking a strip of paper, wrap it around your finger until thewhole circumference is covered and then measure its length with a ruler or measuring tape. Some have claimedthat this elementary method actually works! In fact, further research on the topic shows that quite a number ofonline jewelry stores use this method since it is the easiest to follow, and buyers choose it as the mostapproachable method. We need not worry how jewelry stores would figure out the circumference of your ring sizeafter you have measured its length because there are conversion tables available. In fact, there are onlineconversion sites for ring sizes that are user-friendly. If you are planning to buy your ring in jewelry stores andmalls, there are ring sizers that you can try on before you choose your perfect ring.Also, if the ring is a gift, we can consider asking someone’s help in “borrowing” the person’s, for whom the ringis intended, other rings so the jeweler can compare the size and get the perfect fit.Does she wear yellow gold or white gold? Most women have a preference for one or the other, with youngerwomen tending to like white gold better. If you simply cannot decide between yellow and white gold, one optionis to choose a style of ring that elegantly incorporates both colors. A third option is platinum, which is asilver/gray metal and much more expensive than gold, making it less appealing to many shoppers.Has she dropped any wedding ring ideas or hints your way? Casually set out the shiny jewelry ads that come inSunday’s paper. Did her eyes light up when she saw a princess cut white diamond? Or maybe that single eternityband – encircled with alternating blue sapphires and white diamonds – made her smile? Depending on yourrelationship with her family members, you may be able to ask your future mother-in-law or others which style ofring she would like most.Consider her individual style
  • 2. The range of styles of wedding rings available is dizzying. To help sort through the options, take a moment tovisualize your fiancé as she goes through her day. Does she work with young children who could easily bescratched by a ring with a tall, pronged setting? Perhaps she would prefer a bezel setting, which provides a lowprofile and minimizes wear and tear on the stone, keeping it safe from harm.Does she prefer a bold design or something more delicate? Some rings look better on women with large fingers;others are better suited for daintier hands. If you know she is looking for a big diamond look, but you don’t havea big diamond budget, buy a ring that looks like it has a large solitaire (single stone), but actually consists of fouror more small diamonds set seamlessly together.It means that you should Match your ring to her lifestyle. If high style and glamour are priorities in your life, gofor a showstopper that’s loaded with exquisite hand artistry and a large center stone. If mountain climbing onMount Kilimanjaro is your priority, forgo the delicate pavé work and opt for a platinum design with a lowsilhouette, that is, one that doesn’t elevate the center stone so that it won’t get banged around on rocks. Or, lookat substantial platinum bands with unique engraving that look fashionable, yet are very practical. While mostwomen fall somewhere in the middle, the point is that your ring needs to fit into your life. Some may feel morecomfortable in a beautiful platinum band with an intricate floral design while others will gravitate toward a classicpiece with a single center stone and filigree or the popular three-stone look with engraving. Nevertheless, sincethis purchase will likely be worn for ages to come, avoid the trendy, ultra-modern designs that promise to lookdated in a few years.Would like to invite you to jewelry rings center for more jewelry rings.