What size do I have and what size fits me

Measuring the size of your finger to choose the right ring size is quite simple. Here are some steps you can follow:

Method 1: Measure an existing ring with the app

  1. Take a ring that you already have and that fits the finger you want to measure.
  2. Download a ring size app (EX Ring Sizer) on your mobile.
  3. Follow the instructions on the app.
  4. check that the app has measured the diameter and in millimeters

Method 2 The traditional version!: Use a ring you already have

  1. Take a ring that you already have and that fits the finger you want to measure.
  2. Place the ring over a graph paper or a ruler with a millimeter measurement.
  3. Measure the diameter of the inside of the ring from edge to edge.
  4. Use a ring size chart to convert the diameter to the corresponding ring size.

Method 3: Use a thread or string

  1. Cut a piece of thread or string.
  2. Wrap the thread/string around the finger where you want the ring.
  3. Mark where the thread/cord meets itself.
  4. Measure the length of the wire/cord in millimeters with a ruler.
  5. Use a ring size chart to find the right size based on your measurement.

Note: It is best to measure the finger size on the day when the fingers are at their normal size. The fingers may be slightly smaller in the morning and slightly swollen in the evening. Measure several times to get an accurate estimate.

Here is the usual Swedish way of size chart for rings in millimeters:

  • Size 16 mm
  • Size 16.5 mm
  • Size 17 mm
  • Size 17.5 mm
  • Size 18 mm
  • Size 18.5 mm
  • Size 19 mm
  • Size 19.5 mm
  • Size 20
  • Size 20.5
  • Size 21
  • Size 21.5
  • Size 22

Remember that this is a general size chart and it's best to try on different ring sizes to make sure you find the most comfortable fit.

Here is a necklace length guide that can help you choose the right length based on your body shape, clothing and style preferences:

  1. Choker (35-40 cm or 14-16 inches):

    • Suitable for people with narrow necks.
    • Ideal for dresses with deep necklines or off-the-shoulder dresses.
    • Gives a trendy and eye-catching look.
  2. Princess length 42cm is usually the most ideal length (42-50 cm or 18-20 inches):

    • The most versatile length to suit most body shapes and clothing.
    • Works well with both everyday and evening wear.
    • The necklace ends up right over the clothes and gives an elegant look.
  3. Matinee length (55-60 cm or 22-24 inches):

    • Good for women with wider necks or if you want the jewelry to hang a little longer.
    • Goes well with clothes with higher necklines and adds a sophisticated touch.
  4. Opera or long length (75-90 cm or 30-36 inches):

    • Gives a dramatic and elegant look.
    • Perfect for formal events and dresses with plunging necklines.
    • Can be tied or worn as a long chain for different styles.
  5. Rope length (above 90 cm or 36 inches):

    • Very long and versatile.
    • Can be doubled, tied or worn as several loops around the neck.
    • Gives you the ability to create different looks and customize your style.

It's important to remember that your personal style and preference play a big role in choosing necklace length. What you find most comfortable and flattering is the most important thing. And remember, there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to necklace lengths - it's all about finding what makes you most happy and confident.