How to measure your bracelet size

  • Use a tape measure, or if you do not have one, use a strip of paper, ribbon or cord. Wrap it around your wrist where you would normally wear the bracelet.

  • If you are using a strip of paper, ribbon or cord. Mark the end of the strip and then measure the length against a ruler. This is your wrist size.
  • Refer to the chart below for your wrist size and for the recommended bracelet size, which is based on a comfort fit. You should be able to fit two fingers comfortably between the bracelet and your wrist. Depending on your personal preference whether you like a snug fit, comfort fit or a loose fit, you may need to move up or down a size accordingly to suit your preference.

    Tips to measure your bracelet size

    Do you want a snug or loose fit? Well, that really will vary between each individual. If you are buying a delicate bracelet with a thin chain, we suggest doing a snug fit. Most other bracelets should have a comfort fit except when buying large or thick cuffs or bangles. It's best to buy large bracelets with a loose fit so you don’t feel like you are suffocating your wrist.

    Advice for buying a bracelet as a gift

    Be sure to measure one of her other bracelets to be sure she doesn't need a special length.

    Bracelets are usually worn on occasions when she isn't working with her hands. Even when not working, a bracelet's proximity to the hands causes it to get bumped and banged, so it must be very durable.

       Bracelet Size Conversation Chart

      For a Comfort Fit Add 2 cm / 0.79" to wrist circumference

      Wrist Size Bracelet Size
      CM Inches CM Inches
      16.5cm 6.5" 17.8cm 7"
      17.8cm 7" 19cm 7.5"
      19cm 7.5" 20.3cm 8"
      20.3cm 8" 21.6cm 8.5"

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