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Ring Size Chart 

The chart provided below can be highly useful in helping you determine the appropriate ring size. To do so, you may use a measuring tape or a piece of string to measure the circumference of the finger where the ring will be worn. Once the string has formed a complete circle around the finger, mark the spot where it overlaps. This will allow you to compare the measurement with the chart provided below.




Bracelet Size Chart 

We have provided a set of steps for you to follow in order to select the appropriate size for your bracelets.

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Here are the first few steps to follow in order to determine your bracelet size:

Step 1: Take a soft tape measure or strip of paper and wrap it around the widest part of your wrist. Note down the length of the tape or paper. If you are using a paper strip, mark your wrist size with a pen or pencil, and then use a ruler to measure the length. Make sure the starting end of the paper is at the base of the ruler and marked 0. This measurement will give you your wrist size.

Here's step 2, which will help you determine the final length of your bracelets:

Add one inch (2.5 centimeters) to your wrist measurement to account for the charms. Ensure that you leave enough space to fit in two fingers comfortably. If you plan to wear fewer than seven charms, adding 2 centimeters will suffice. However, if you intend to wear eight or more charms, add 3 centimeters. If you're purchasing a bangle, choose the next size up from your actual wrist measurement.

Here are some important points to keep in mind regarding bracelet sizing:

For a perfect fit, measure your wrist tightly and add 2-3 centimeters.
If you are unsure about which size to choose and prefer a tight fit, opt for the smaller size. If you prefer a looser fit, go for the larger size.
Keep in mind that a new bracelet may feel stiff initially, which can make it feel tight and uncomfortable. However, it will soften and become more flexible as you wear it.
Adding more charms to your bracelet can cause it to become tighter over time.


Necklace Size Chart 

The following are different necklace sizes:

Necklace Length (Inches)

Necklace Length (cm)

Style Name

Body Position

14-16 inches

35-41 cm


Fits snugly around the neck

12-13 inches

30-33 cm


Hangs at the collarbone

17-19 inches

43-48 cm


Extends just past the collarbone

20-24 inches

51-61 cm


Falls at or just above the top of the bust

28-36 inches

71-91 cm


Sits around the center of the bust

Over 36 inches

91+ cm


Drapes below the bust


Certainly! Here are the standard necklace lengths and their corresponding descriptions:

Choker (14-16 inches / 35-41 cm): This style fits snugly around the base of the neck and is often made with a single strand or multiple strands.

Collar (12-13 inches / 30-33 cm): This necklace rests flat against the neck and is usually made with several strands of beads, gems or metals.

Princess (17-19 inches / 43-48 cm): This is the most common necklace length and falls just below the collarbone. It's perfect for both high and low necklines and can be worn as a single strand or paired with other necklaces.

Matinee (20-24 inches / 51-61 cm): This length falls between the collarbone and the bust and is often used for business or casual wear.

Opera (28-36 inches / 71-91 cm): This style is usually worn as a single strand and falls below the bust. It's perfect for formal events and can also be doubled over to create a shorter necklace.

Rope (over 36 inches / 91+ cm): This is the longest necklace style and can be worn in a variety of ways, such as doubling it over or knotting it. It's very versatile and can be worn with a wide range of outfits.


Bangle Size Chart 

Bangle sizes are based on the US standard measurement. Here is a breakdown of how they correspond to the US standard sizes:

Size 14: Approximately 2.0 inches in diameter (Extra Small)
Size 15: Approximately 2.1 inches in diameter (Extra Small)
Size 16: Approximately 2.2 inches in diameter (Small)
Size 17: Approximately 2.2 inches in diameter (Small to Medium)
Size 18: Approximately 2.3 inches in diameter (Medium)
Size 19: Approximately 2.4 inches in diameter (Medium to Large)
Size 20: Approximately 2.6 inches in diameter (Large)
Size 21: Approximately 2.7 inches in diameter (Large)
Size 22: Approximately 2.8 inches in diameter (Extra Large)
Size 26: Approximately 3.25 inches in diameter (2XL)

Again, please note that these sizes are just a general guide and can vary slightly between different manufacturers. It's always best to measure your hand and compare the measurement to the specific size chart provided by the bangle manufacturer to ensure the best fit.

To measure a bangle in US standard size, you need to measure the size of your hand. Follow these steps:

Make a soft tape measure into a circle by bringing the ends together.
Slide the tape measure over the widest part of your hand, which is usually at the base of your knuckles.
Make a note of the measurement in inches.
Compare the measurement to the US standard bangle size chart.
For instance, if your hand measures 7 inches around the widest part, you may need a bangle size 18 or 19 for an adult woman, depending on the desired fit.
When it comes to oval bangles, there is not a specific US standard size guide. However, you can use the US standard bangle sizes as a general guide and adjust accordingly for the oval shape.

For example, a bangle size 18 in the US standard size guide corresponds to approximately 2.3 inches in diameter for a round bangle. For an oval bangle with the same circumference, the width may be slightly wider, and the inside diameter may be slightly smaller to accommodate the oval shape.