Wearing a Toering
A Davies
Published on October 10, 2017
Fashion / Jewelry
A toe ring is a ring that may be created from various metals and non-metals worn on any of the toes. It is usually almost exclusively worn by women but is becoming popular with men. The second toe of either foot is where they are worn normally. In many western countries they are a relatively new fashion accessory. There is no symbolic meaning for wearing Solid Toe Rings though and they are only regarded to be a new fashion jewellery. They typically accompany barefoot sandals.

Wearing of toe rings is generally practiced in India where it is worn as a symbol of married state by Hindu women and is termed bichiya. They normally are produced from silver and worn in pairs unlike the trend in Western countries, where these are worn singly or in unmatched pairs on the second toe of the foot.

Traditionally a sizable ring was worn about the great toe of the left foot to show a married status. Some men frequently wore a ring around the big toe for curative purposes or to augment their masculine vigor. These rings were seldom closed circles but open hoops so they could easily be removed.Nowadays, Cute Toe Rings are often comfortable to wear. The bands can be produced of a special stretchable plastic that could easily mould to your toe size.

Since you wouldnt always know which size to use when you purchase a toe ring, the best method is to use a bit of dental floss or maybe a skinny piece of string. Just wrap it round the middle section of the toe (or thumb, knuckle or pinky) where you would really like the ring to rest. Cut or mark with the exact location where the two ends meet making a complete circle. Line the floss up against a flat ruler that features a millimeter measurement, and use that number as your 1st Size. Then measure the widest section of toe pad repeating the process with the floss. This measurement will be entered as your 2nd Size. For best results, round down, not up.
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