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It is much easier to get things wrong when buying a wedding ring than it is to get things right. However, with a little know-how avoiding serious mistakes is relatively easy. You can then concentrate on the finer points of buying wedding rings such as choosing an attractive design.

The first thing to remember when shopping for your wedding ring is that you are going to be wearing this ring for the rest of your life, so make sure that it is a comfortable fit.

To do this make sure that your fingers are in their normal state when you are trying rings on for size. Depending on conditions your fingers can vary by a ring size or two over the course of an average day.

Hot temperatures and increased physical activity can cause your fingers to swell and cold temperatures will do the opposite.

The bride-to-be should always wear her engagement ring when trying on wedding rings for size. She should know how the two rings feel together, the way the rings sit on the ring finger will effect the ring size required.

How wide your engagement ring is will determine where your wedding ring will be positioned on the finger.

And as fingers vary in thickness over their length (fingers tend to be thicker towards the joints), the size of wedding ring that you require will be affected by this.

The final piece of advice which affects the comfort of any wedding ring is to opt for a ring that has rounded surfaces not flat. This is import because the rounded edges will not cause discomfort when worn for long periods of time.

The different wedding ring shapes or profiles are given names, court profile and flat court profile are the most comfortable because of their rounded inner surfaces.

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