Ring Size Guide
If you measure your fingers in the summertime, you might need a larger size than you need in the winter. Heat can cause swelling and cold hands shrink. Bear this in mind when measuring to ensure this doesn’t affect your sizing.
It’s worth knowing that thicker bands can feel tight. Consider sizing up one size if you decide to go with a wider style of ring.
Falling between two sizes? We recommend ordering the larger size. It’s all about comfort.
Here’s how you measure to find your ring size:
Bracelet Size Guide
Here’s how you measure to find your bracelet size:
Measure your wrist with a flexible tape measurement or a strip of paper just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet.
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. That would be your wrist size.
To find your bracelet size, refer to the appropriate measurements in the bracelet chart.
Our bracelets are adjustable within an 1 inch (appx. 30mm). You can also purchase extenders to our bracelets or necklaces if you are unsure.
Necklace Size Guide
Determine the necklace length that is best suited to the size you like.
Another way of deciding the length of your necklace is to measure the length of an existing necklace that you like.
You can always buy an extender for your necklace if you like to change sizes. This is a good idea if you like to layer necklaces.