If you are measuring your ring size at home, take a piece of string, wrap it round your finger and mark where the two ends meet. Measure the length of string in millimeters then use the following chart to convert the length to a ring size:
Ring Size Conversion
|US/Canadian size||UK size||EU size||Diameter (mm)|
Choker – a close fitting necklace with length 12-15”;
Standard Length or Princess Necklace – the most common length and sits just below the collarbone, length 16-20”;
Matinee – falls at or just below the bust, length 21-24”;
Opera – hangs below the bust and can be doubled up, length 30-36”;
Rope – an extra-long necklace, most often doubled up, length 37-40”.
Using a flexible measuring tape, measure the circumference of your wrist just above the wrist bone then measure that piece of tape with a ruler. We would suggest that you opt for a bracelet of at least half an inch bigger than your wrist circumference. Our chain, strung, and tied bead bracelets are designed to fit the majority of wrists as they are made with extensions allowing for a wide breadth of sizes from which to choose for the best fit.