Your ring size can be measured by Victoria in the studio, but if you’re not in the area, you can pop into any local high street jewellers, who can measure your finger size for you. Ring sizes in the UK are measured alphabetically, and are read by either ‘leading edge’ or ‘centre’. Please ask for the ‘leading edge’ measurement when you get measured. Two rings that measure the same size (M for example) will fit differently on your finger if, for example, one is 3mm wide and the other is 5mm wide, as the extra width will make it feel tighter. So make sure the ring sizers you try on are the same width as the ring you intend to order.
A good fit is one that goes on without a struggle but needs a wiggle to come off. Our hands can swell when they’re hot, so try to get measured when you’re relaxed and at a normal temperature.