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Hand Shapes for Couple Promise Rings Set We'll help you choose!

Are you not sure where to begin when selecting the perfect engagement ring for your loved one? Let the shape of your partner's hand help you! How? In this article, we'll show you how!

You've made the decision: you want to ask your adored one to marry you. You want to do it with style or, at a minimum, with the perfect engagement rings! Along with the excitement, is the worry that you'll choose the wrong ring and disappoint your loved one.

Don't worry about it. In the next paragraphs, you will get all the information you need on how to make the right choice based upon a fundamental criteria: the shape of the hands. Long, thin, wide, large, small, with knuckles that have been marked or soft fingers... There are many options and as many choices when it comes to selecting a diamond that has to be unique and just like the person you've decided for your altar!

The shape of your hands is vital when selecting Matching Necklaces

As with clothes, not all fit all body types and styles, not all rings fit all fingers. In fashion, the rules of harmony and balance apply, two key points that help us to be at our best. A ring that is too thin could disappear on big fingers. On the other the other hand, a ring sporting an extremely large precious stone might be too flashy for the hands of a smaller, tapered hand. Let's say that the middle path is always the best choice!

How to study the shape and size of the hands

The first step to pick the engagement ring is to know which of the two major categories your partner's hand falls into short or long? It may seem like a trivial matter, but it's the key to a successful engagement.

If you're wondering what to do and how to understand it, you just need to measure the palm's height and then that of the middle finger. If the measurement of the second is greater than the first, then it's a long hand; otherwise the hand will be considered short. How to avoid being caught? You could say that you want to measure the size of your partner's hand and then play with it. This means you will be able to get the approximate measurements.

Small hands with proportionate size: finesse and simplicity

Engagement rings, eternity rings and rivieres can add femininity of thin and small hands! The choice of ring is actually an exercise in proportions. It is easy to see, therefore, that wearing high-end bands or squares on fingers that aren't too long can make the overall hand appear stubby when it isn't! It is also recommended to opt for simple rings that have no dazzling stones or embellishments. Solitaires aren't banned however, the size must be considered!

Free choice: Long hands using the pianist's finger!

The possibilities for an engagement rings are endless when you have a thin hand with long fingers. It is said that people with this type of hand can afford any kind of jewelry! You can refine your search in any case by taking certain factors into consideration. You should first try to discover your partner's preferences and then evaluate his preferences. If you realize for instance that he enjoys showing his pianist's fingers, then focus your attention on thin, delicate rings that will definitely enhance this extraordinary quality.

If, however you've noticed he prefers to cover his fingers believing they are too big and thin, opt for simple and subtle rings that do not draw attention. Therefore, avoid rings that are too big or complicated in design, however, you should consider a few notable dimensions that could alter the proportions of fingers.

Naturally, stones are welcome, perfect for such refined hands, and even colored ones, if your partner is a flirty person or likes to keep things simple!

Rings for big and important fingers Think about a middle-way

Rings that are small that are smaller is not recommended for important hands. In reality, the smaller size will only emphasize the size of the finger of the person wearing it. Be cautious with the solitaire, if small, would cause the effect described, while if it was large it still gives an overall effect of over-sized and excess.

Look for white gold rings that have diamonds instead, since colored precious gemstones or colored stones are not the most appropriate choice.

Rings for short and square fingers

The elegant and important rings are instead perfect for small hands with short fingers. The elegant jewel helps reduce the childish appearance of these fingers. The classic solitaire that has a medium sized stone is also an ideal.

And what if the fingers are "chubby"?

To reduce the soft look of your fingers, we recommend that you focus on substantial models that have an average thickness of 6 millimeters. You could also opt for an asymmetrical design. In this case it is also crucial to consider the size of the diameter the ring has to have to be able to fit perfectly. This will avoid the uncomfortable "sausage" effect that could cause the wearer unhappy.

Hands shape with pronounced Knuckles

You partner has a hand-shaped shape with large finger knuckles. This is a feature of his fingers that he does not like. To find a suitable purchase in this situation it is important to first consider the size of the ring. It must be large enough to cover the knuckle's prominent shape but not too big so that it doesn't "dance" when worn. In terms of design an engagement ring featuring a medium-sized stone is the best option to ensure that attention is paid to the stone rather than the knuckle: The person who receives it will surely appreciate this attention!

Sure that these tips on choosing the engagement ring that is based on the shape of the hands were useful, but remember that in order to make the right choice, you will also have to be aware of her personality and style as well as any wishes expressed in a more or less subtle manner. Let yourself follow your instincts... but not overly!


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