Size Guide

Please remember to use a thin and flat material (paper or string) for measurement to avoid errors due to bulk.

Everyone is unique, both physically and in aesthetic preferences. In other words, we aren't all "standard" sizes nor do we have the same preferences in jewellery fitting and a size guide can only be a reference and never a substitute for a professional in-store sizing.


Bangles are sized by their diameter, which is a measure of the length of a straight line passing through the centre of the bangle, terminated at both ends on the periphery (circumference) of the bangle. The unit of measurement is inches.

An inch is further divided into 16 sections. So, when we say the bangle size is 2-4 (pronounced two four), it means the diameter of the bangle is 2 full inches plus 4 sections of the total 16 sections of the inch. This effectively converts to 2inches + 4/16 inches, which is 2 inches plus quarter an inch. In other words this size will be 2.25" (pronounced two point two five inches).

Measure good fitting bangles that you already own. As long as you measure the inside diameter of your current bangles this will be an accurate way to find your bangle size.


Neck size is probably the most important measurement you will need to know when determining which necklace length will work best for you. A necklace will fall lower on a person with a thin neck and higher on a person with a thicker neck.

Wrap a soft tape measure around your neck, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor as you measure. Add 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) to your neck measurement to calculate your minimum recommended chain length. Doing so will prevent the chain from sitting too snugly around your neck.

If you want a choker necklace, however, you can stick with your exact neck measurement instead of adding any excess length. If you cannot customize the necklace length to your neck size, simply choose the second size up from your neck size as your minimum necklace measurement. For instance, if you are a woman with a neck size measuring 17 inches (43 cm), your minimum standard should be 20 inches (50 cm) instead of 18 inches (45 cm)


Ring size can be a tricky thing to measure. Though most of our rings have adjustable clasps (one size fits all) to overcome sizing issues, given below is a guideline for finding your ring size as accurately as possible without a professional 'in-store' fitting.



If you have a ring that fits your finger well, you can measure the diameter of that and compare it with sizes on the chart below for your size

* If you are between sizes, order up.



Get a string or paper (preferrably about 6" long and 1/4" wide). Wrap it around the base of your finger. It has to fit snug, but not too tight.

Mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps forming a circle. Compare the length of the string/paper to the chart. That is your ring size.

*If you are between sizes, order a larger size.

Ring finger measuring tips:

Make sure your finger is at a normal body temperature -- fingers can shrink or expand when cold or hot. If your knuckle is much larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements and choose a size in between. You want a ring to fit over your knuckle, but not be too loose or it will shift around.

Mostly because a piece of paper or string conforms to the shape of your finger (which isn’t round) in a way that a metal ring will not. Also, if you wrap a string around your finger, then measure it, you are likely to stretch it differently when wrapping it around your finger, or when measuring it on a ruler. And even a fraction of a millimeter off will make for ring that is too big or too small.


Knowing your correct wrist size is the first step to finding your bracelet Wrist sizing

Measure tightly where your wrist is broadest. Measure your wrist with a flexible, soft tape measure just below the wrist bone (below the wrist bone is the area between your hand and the wrist bone). This is your actual wrist size, not your bracelet size. Add approx. ¼ inches up to 1 inch (½ inch is average) to your actual wrist size, this is your approximate Bracelet Size.

The more you add to your wrist size, the more your bracelet will hang lower to your hand. When measuring for bracelets that roll over your hand, measure tightly where your hand is the broadest.

* If you don't have a tape measure handy, use a strip of paper or thin string, and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then lay the strip flat to measure up to the mark using any ruler.

Most women feel comfortable wearing a bracelet that is 7 to 7½ inches in size, which is the standard size. The bracelet should hang between your hand and wrist bone, which is the most attractive position.


Staying true to our zeal to bring you unique statement pieces, we have miscellaneous items in our collection that do not conform to standard sizing guidelines. In these cases refer to the respective product's description for its own sizing.