Best Ring Style For Your Finger

Best Ring Style For Your Finger

Everyone adores jewelry, especially rings! What is more important is the style of rings that look the best on your hands and compliments you. If you're not sure which ring style is right for you, try on different styles to see which one feels best. Try a round or square shape if your finger is small and slender, or an oval-shaped ring if your hand is more rounded. We also recommend a marquise cut instead of an emerald cut. It's less popular but will look better with most skin tones and styles because it's more symmetrical than an emerald-cut diamond (which means 2/3 of the stones in the center are higher than 2/3). 


round shape ring


Round-shaped rings are the most versatile and can be worn on any finger. They’re also the most comfortable, as they don’t get in the way of your daily activities. And if you’re looking for a classic look, no matter what style of ring you choose—round or square—you'll find that these styles work well with any outfit. Boho Silver Rings got the best option on their website having one of their collections including a round lavender chalcedony ring.


oval shape ring


Oval rings are a great option for those with smaller hands and fingers. If you have long fingers, oval rings can also be an excellent choice. Oval rings are best for people with a medium skin tone, as they are more comfortable on the hand than round-shaped gemstones do. Oval gemstones are also generally less expensive than other styles of finger jewelry because they're cheaper to produce in large quantities—which means that you'll save money on your purchase!

If you have a medium bone structure and medium skin tone (or similar), then an oval stone will likely work better than any other ring style listed here!

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Square shape ring

 A square ring is a perfect choice for women with short fingers. It's also a great option for those who want to wear their rings on all of their fingers, regardless of the size or shape.

Square rings look good on all hand sizes, shapes, and colors. The one exception is when you have extremely small hands or if your ring has lots of intricate details (like diamonds). If this is the case, we recommend going with an oval-shaped ring instead so that it doesn't look too big or bulky in comparison to other parts of your hand. 


Marquise shape ring

The marquise cut is a great choice for people with long fingers. It has the same shape as a heart cut, but it's elongated and has a pointed end. If you're looking for something that will catch the eye and make your ring more unique, this is your best bet! 


Cushion shape ring

 The cushion is the most popular shape and can be worn by both men and women. It's also one of the most flattering, versatile, and comfortable ring styles available. The cushion has rounded edges that make it easy to slide on your finger without causing any discomfort or pain when you're wearing it for long periods.

Cushions are often used as wedding bands because they're affordable compared to other types of rings such as solitaire or eternity bands and also you can find great deals on them from! 


Heart shape ring

A heart-shaped ring is a great choice for fingers that are short and wide. The heart shape gives the finger an elegant look, but it also makes your hand look smaller. If you have long fingers, it may be difficult to wear this type of ring because they will tend to stick out from your finger.

It's also worth noting that if you have thin fingers or small hands, this style won't work because there wouldn't be enough room for all the other parts of your hand!

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Pear shape ring

Pear-shaped rings are a good choice if you have a long, slender finger. They will look particularly good on your pointer and second fingers. If you're looking for something more subtle, pear shapes can be worn on the middle and index fingers as well.

Pear-shaped rings are also a great way to add some color to your hand without making it obvious that there's a ring there at all! A simple silver band around an open circle is enough of an accent piece without getting in anyone's way or distracting from what should be the focus of attention: your hand itself. 


Emerald shape ring

Emerald is a fancy shape and type of cut. It's also one of the most popular rings in our collection, which makes sense because it's so beautiful! The emerald cut is a traditional shape for men whose fingers are on the small side, but it works well for anyone who wants something classic and elegant.


Asscher shape ring

The Asscher cut is the most popular ring style, and it's a good choice if you're looking for something classic and timeless. The diamond is set in an octagonal shape with a beveled edge that makes it look more like a rectangle than a circle. 

Asscher cut diamonds are usually associated with engagement rings because of their traditional look, but they make great anniversary rings or other types of jewelry as well! 

Hand size matters

When it comes to ring size, one of the most important things is that you should be able to wear the ring without it falling off. If your fingers swell up or get sore from wearing a larger band, then you will have trouble keeping them on and they may even slip off altogether. The good news is that there are many different options available when it comes to ring sizes! 

Size 14: This finger size will fit most people comfortably; however, if you have very small hands or large wrists then this may not be an ideal option for you because it may become too loose after some time (like our other recommendations). 

Size 15: If having something on both sides of your hand isn't enough for you (or if someone else has already claimed both sides), then perhaps consider going up another size so everyone has plenty of room left over! 

There are many different styles of rings, but one thing is for sure: everyone has their style. The only way to know what you like best is by trying things on and seeing how they feel. So go ahead and get that ring!

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