Size Charts and Measurements


Measuring Your Bracelet Size

With your flexible measuring tape, measure just above the wrist bone, then make sure to add approximately ¼ inch to 1 inch (a ½ inch is average) depending how fitted you want your bracelet to be.

That is then the size of the bracelet you would wear.

Bracelet sizes are:

6 Inches (small)

6.25 Inches (small/medium)

6.5 inches (medium)

7 Inches (large)

7.25 Inches (large/x-large)

7.5 Inches (x-large)

8 Inches (xx-large)

Necklace Lengths

1.Choose a similar necklace/cord to the one you are buying

When choosing the length for yourself, you can measure a similar necklace chain that falls the way you want. Take note that the chain thickness needs to be similar to the one you are purchasing. If you don’t have a necklace with similar look or fall, you could use a string or cord of the same thickness.

2.Wrap the chain around your neck
Ask someone to help you wrap the string around your neck, with one end pressed against the nape of your neck. Adjust the other end so that the string falls the way you want your necklace to, and mark where it meets the first end on the back of your neck.

3.Measure the chain by laying it flat
Lay the string/chain flat on a surface and measure the length up to the mark. This measurement should be your necklace chain length.