IS YOUR BRA BAGGY?
SHOES TOO SMALL?
ARE YOU WEARING ANKLE GRAZERS?
We thought not. Your jewellery shouldn’t be any different so you’re
in the right place to find your perfect fit.
Here at Bug, we want you to be super duper happy with your jewellery
so we’ve put together some tips to help you find your perfect ring,
necklace and bangle size.
RING SIZE GUIDE
You’ll see when purchasing your ring that every letter of the alphabet is listed - these are the standard UK ring sizes and how we measure our rings. You guessed it - A is the smallest and Z is the the largest (gold star ⭐️). Burly men out there will be pleased to know that that there’s a few sizes after Z. If you require a Z+ size pop your custom size into the ‘order notes’ box when you checkout. Likewise for if you need a half size. We make everything from scratch so you can have any ol' size you like.
TIP 1 The most accurate way to find out your ring size is to get measured up
TIP 2 If you fancy working out your ring size yourself then check out our
TIP 3 Download and print our ring size guide.
TIP 4 Request your free ring sizing gauge.
The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit,
As half of the population well knows -
We appreciate that it’s not the easiest thing in the world to order the
So you can sleep easy knowing that one way or another
If you’re ordering a ring as a gift for someone else
it’s super easy to find out their size if they have an
existing ring that they already wear.
Once you’ve pilfered said ring, you can measure it against our downloadable size guide or measure the diameter from inside edge to inside edge
and locate the correlating UK ring size using our snazzy chart above. Or you can pop in and see us and we’ll take the measurement.
Just remember to put the ring back afterwards. Awkward conversation avoided.
If you don’t think that you can get away with swiping their ring whilst you do your detective work or if they don’t currently own a ring then you
could attempt to measure their finger whilst they’re asleep with our ring size gauge. Possibly use this method as a very last resort.
The last option, if none of the above is feasible, is good old guess work. It’s not the end of the world if the ring doesn’t fit and we can always
alter the size after they've tried it on. We’ll just need some guidance as to what size it needs to be adjusted to.
BANGLE SIZE GUIDE
Like his fellow ring chums the bangle comes in a range of sizes too. If you’re an avid bangle fiend then you’ll more than likely already know your size but if you’ve never bought one before or you’re buying one for a friend then our bangle size tips should help you out. The bangles that we make are all solid and circular shaped. The following steps will help you work out what size you’ll need. Bangles are measured by their inside diameter (straight across the centre at the widest point). If you already own a bangle then the easiest way to find out your size is to measure the diameter from inside edge to inside edge. Then use our jazzy table to see which size you are.
Put your hand flat and then
Wrap the tape measure or
Pull tight and pinch
Cut with scissors.
Measure the string against
Just like boobies and feet, our hands are sometimes different sizes to each other so make sure you measure the hand that you’d like to wear the bangle on.
We hope all that helps but if not, and
you’re now feeling slightly overwhelmed
(information overload!) then get in touch
and we'll gladly assist.