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Hand Forms for Matching Couple Rings: We'll Help You Choose!

Don't know where to start in choosing the perfect engagement rings? Let the shape of your partner's hand help you! How? This article will explain!

You've decided to ask your love of your life to marry you, and you want to do it with class or, at the very least, with the perfect engagement ring! Along with the excitement, comes the fear that you'll pick the wrong model and disappoint your partner.

Be assured that in the following paragraphs you will find all the tips you need to make the best purchase based on a fundamental criteria: the shape of your hands. Elongated, thin, wide, large, small, with knuckles that are marked or soft fingers... There are many possibilities and a myriad of options when it comes to selecting a diamond that has to be distinct and just like the person you've decided to offer to the altar!

The shape of your hands are important when picking a ring

Like the way that not all clothes are suitable for all body types Not all rings will suit all fingers. In fashion, the rules of harmony and balance are applicable two important aspects that serve to enhance us to be at our best. A ring too thin can disappear on large fingers. On the other side, a ring that has a huge precious stone may be too flashy on smaller hands. Let's face it, the middle option is always the best choice!

How to study the shape and size of the hands

To decide on the ideal Couple Jewelry Sets, you should first determine if your partner's hand is short or long. It may seem trivial but it's actually the most important factor to success!

If you're wondering how to interpret this then you can determine the palm's height, and then the middle finger's height. If the middle finger is taller than the first, then it's a long-hand. In the other case, it'll be a short-hand. Simple enough, but how do you avoid being caught? You can play with your partner's hands saying that you want see who has the biggest hands, by alternating a joke and a quip you'll be able to take at least the approximate measurements!

Hands of a small size and proportionate size: finesse and simplicity

Engagement rings, eternity rings, and rivieres can add beauty of small and thin hands! The selection of a band is based, in reality, on a real game of proportions. It is therefore clear that, for instance, high bands or square shapes on fingers that are not too long could make the hand appear overall stubby, when in fact it's not! It is also recommended to opt for simple rings that have no precious stones or other ornaments. Of course, solitaires are not prohibited, but be aware of the size!

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

A slim hand shape with long fingers opens numerous possibilities in terms of engagement ring. People with this type of hand can afford any type of jewelry, based on a popular phrase. In any case you can refine your search by taking into account some elements. It is important to learn about your partner's preferences and assess his preferences. For instance, if you are aware that he is particularly interested in playing with his fingers, focus your attention on tiny rings that will further accentuate this notable quality.

If, in contrast you've noticed he is more likely to hide his fingers, because they are too long and thin, opt for simple and discreet rings that aren't attracting attention. Avoid stones with a large or complex style, but yes to rings that have a noticeable dimension that can re-proportion your fingers.

Stones are always welcome and perfect for a sophisticated hand. Even colored stones can be utilized when your partner has an active personality or prefers to keep things simple.

Rings for the most important and large fingers: think about a middle option

In the case for important hands, rings of less thickness are not permitted and the small sizes will only emphasize the size of the fingers of the person who wear it. Be cautious with solitaires, which if too small may cause the same effect as described above and if they are too big, they will give the impression of being excessive and oversize.

So instead focus on white gold rings that have diamonds, since even colored precious stones are not an ideal idea.

Rings for square and short fingers.

The exquisite and essential rings are ideal for small fingers. The sophisticated diamond, in fact, can help to tone down the childish look characteristic of this kind of finger. The classic solitaire that has a medium sized stone is also a good choice.

If the fingers are "chubby"?

We suggest that, to reduce the sensitivity of the fingers, you choose models with an average thickness of 6 millimeters. You could also opt for an uniform design. In this instance, it is also important to think about the diameter that the engagement ring should have to be able to fit perfectly. This will eliminate the uncomfortable "sausage" effect that could cause the wearer to be unhappy.

Hands with prominent knuckles

Your partner has a shape of hands that have pronounced fingers, a characteristic of his fingers which he doesn't like. If this is the case, in order to make a purchase that is successful the first thing you need to do is to think carefully about the diameter of the ring. It should be large enough to sit over the pronounced knuckle however, it should not be too big so that it doesn't "dance" after wearing. In terms of design an engagement ring featuring a medium-sized stone is the best choice to ensure that attention is paid to the stone rather than the knuckle: Anyone who receives it will be grateful for this attention!

We hope that these suggestions on choosing the ring to be used for engagement based on the shape of the hands have been helpful, but to make the right choice you should also be aware of her personality and style, as well as any desires expressed in a more or less subtle manner. Let yourself be guided by your intuition... but not overly!


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