I was going to entitle this post using snippets of Beyonces’ ‘Single Ladies’ (“if you like…put a ring on it… but what size?” you get the picture albeit it a lopsided lame one) but we didn’t and went for something sensible.
So here is how our size guideline works. We work in US sizing even though we are a British brand. We do this for several reasons, one being that US sizing is pretty much an even average with regards to how a small, medium etc should fit. Many high street retailers do the same with their ring sizes, their XS/S/M/L are roughly a US5/6/7/8. Another reason being is that we started the brand using US sizes as our main market was actually North America as well as this, we found that people reacted well to the sizing in the UK and felt comfortable purchasing a small without knowing the UK equivalent. This brings me along nicely to the UK equivalent of our sizes.
The UK sizing is done in letters rather than numbers, below is a rough estimate of what our sizing is in UK terms:
US 5 – Extra Small – roughly (a tad bit bigger than a) UK J
US 6 – Small – roughly (a tad bit bigger than a) UK L
US 7 – Medium – roughly (a tad bit bigger than a) UK N
US 8 – Large – roughly (a tad bit bigger than a) UK P
We say roughly as for each size above it is just a fraction bigger than the UK equivalent (letter).
US 9 – Small -roughly UK R
US 10 – Medium – roughly UK T
US 11 – Large – roughly UK V
To find out your exact sizing you can head to any High Street or local jewellers who will do this service for free. What we would like our customers and potential customers to bear in mind is that when we design our rings, we do it so that it looks just as good on one finger as it will on another. With us there is no right or wrong way of wearing any of our pieces. If you need any further advice please contact us at email@example.com . I hope this post was of some use to you all.