You've narrowed it down to two styles- The Standard and The Classic... but now still so many decisions to make! Comfort fit or Flat Fit? Brushed, Polished or Satin? Use the guides below to better understand the differences of each.
Brushed finish displays a light sanded finish and is the most matted of the three. Because it not reflective, it will display its color the best.
Polished is shiny and reflective. Because it is reflective, the color of metal may appear less saturated.
Satin is in the middle- not too shiny not too matte. It is slightly reflective, but does not show a mirror finish.
Consider Your Finger Size
You’ll want your ring to be proportionate to your hand. Are your fingers long and slender? Then opt for a wider width, like 6mm. Are your fingers shorter? Perhaps a 4mm would look best.
Stuck Between 1.5 and 2mm?
Choose 2mm if you plan to wear it alone, 1.5mm if you wear it with an engagement ring.
Can't Decide Between 4mm and 6mm?
Go for the 5mm! It's the perfect in between without going overboard or feeling too thin.
The fit is referring to the inside of the band. It can either be flat or comfort fit.
When choosing your fit, keep in mind that the larger the surface area, the tighter the fit. Generally, the comfort fit fits a half size larger (so order a half size or quarter size smaller) while the flat fit may feel true to size or slightly smaller. This is especially more noticeable in the wider widths (4, 5 and 6mm).
The Flat Fit is flat on the inside of the band. Because of this, it is the thinner of the two fits making it the best choice if you want something that feels very minimal. The total height of the ring is under 2mm.
The Comfort Fit is rounded on the inside for the most comfortable fit. It's total height is right around 2mm and has a decent heft to it when in your hand. If you are not used to wearing rings, the comfort fit can feel bulky at first but we promise, you will get used to it.