Ring Size Guide


  1. Cut a thin strip of paper, preferably thinner than the one in the illustration.
  2. Wrap the paper around your finger. Make sure the paper is below the joint of your finger and close to your knuckle.
  3. Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with your ruler. Make sure the mark is NOT overlapping with the start of the other end.
  4. Use the chart below to determine your ring size. The measurement in centimeter is not yet your ring size.
    -Look on the left column and find the measurement that you got.
    -When you found your measurement on the left column, look at counterpart on the right size. This is your US ring size.

*Rings also come in half sizes, the measurements of which, of course, will fall somewhere in between the whole sizes. 


Pro tip 1: My rings has thinner bands, so if you are not sure which ring size to get, get the lower size. The thin band makes it feel a little loose.

(if you are choosing between size 6 or 7, get 6 or 6.5)

Pro tip 2: some rulers does not start with 0. Like on the illustration above, there is a small gap on the start. When using a tape measure, if your measurement landed in the middle of 5cm, it actually means 4.5cm. It can be a little confusing. If you are not quite sure, feel free to email or DM me on Instagram and image like the illustration #3 above. 

*as you'd be able to observe the each millimeter in your ring measurement is important. Please measure it with utmost care.

*average female Filipino ring size is size 4-6.