Tourmaline is one of the favourite gemstones of jewellery designers. Its versatility and abundance of colours adapt to the fast-paced world of fashion trends. From sky blue and pastel pink to radiant yellow and apple green, tourmaline has something to offer to everyone.
Tourmaline, together with opal, is a birthstone for October. It is also the gemstone for the eighth anniversary.
Buying jewellery can be a daunting task. So many times I have bought rings and bracelets just to find that they were too big for me. This is why I have decided to add a simple ring size chart to make your shopping experience easier.
I love that most Pearlberry rings have adjustable bands, which means they will fit most fingers. This also means that you will be able to wear them on different fingers. I personally prefer wearing them on my middle finger - it gives me a chance to show off the ring without making a statement about my marital status. I also love wearing rings on my index finger, especially statement rings or cocktail rings.
I have prepared a ring size chart, which includes a useful sizing tool, so that you may find out your ring size in the privacy of your home. All you need is a printer and some scissors. Click here to access the sizing guide.
If you are shopping for your partner and do not want her finding out about it, borrow one of her rings (make sure the ring fits the right finger - I have made this mistake before and the recipient ended up with a thumb ring) and use our sizing chart to measure it.
I hope you found this post useful. Happy shopping!