|Necklace Length (Inches)||Necklace Length (cm)||Body Position|
|14”||35 cm||Fits close to neck|
|18''||45 cm||Hangs at the collarbone|
|20''||50 cm||Reaches just pass the collarbone|
|22''||55 cm||Falls at or just above the top of the bust|
|24''||61 cm||Sits around the center of the bust|
|30''||76 cm||Drapes below the bust|
We have listed some steps for you to choose the right size bracelets. Bear in mind that the more charms you add to your bracelet, the tighter it will become.
Step 1: Use the tape measure or a strip of paper to measure your wrist.
Just wrap the soft tape measure around the broadest part of your wrist and take note of the length. If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length (The starting end of the paper must be at the base of the ruler and marked 0). That would be your wrist size.
Step 2: Add one inch, or 2.5 centimeters, onto this measurement to get the final length of your bracelets.
Please make sure there's enough space to tuck in 2 fingers as this is the space you need to add the charms. If you want to add less than seven charms, adding 2 centimeters is ok. If you plan to wear eight or more charms, please add 3 centimeters. If you purchase a bangle, just choose the next size from your actual wrist measurement.
1. A bracelet is perfectly sized when you measure your wrist tightly and add 2 or 3 cm.
2. If you are between sizes, ask yourself how you like to wear your bracelet. If you wear it tightly choose the smaller size and if you like to wear it loosely take the next size up.
3. Please be aware that when you receive a new bracelet it will feel stiff, which can make it uncomfortably tight. The bracelet will quickly soften and become more flexible as you wear it.
|Inside Diameter||Inside Circumference||US / CA||UK / Australia||France / Germany||Italy|
HOW TO MEASURE
1. Cut a piece of paper into a long thin strip or use a small piece of string.
2. Wrap the piece of paper around your knuckle, which is the largest point the ring will have to be able to get over.
3. Mark where the two ends of the paper first overlap with a marker.
4. Measure the length with a ruler.
5. Refer to the ring size chart to determine what ring size is.