We have already listed some steps for you to choose your right size for bracelets.

Step 1: Measure your wrist with a flexible tap measurement or a strip of paper just below the wrist bone, where you normally wear the bracelet. (Please be noted that if you are using a plain strip of paper mark your size with a pencil or pen then use a rule to measure it.)

Step 2: Add one inch, or 2.5 centimeters, onto this measurement to get the final length of your bracelets. (Please be noted that a bracelet is perfectly sized when you measure your wrist tightly and add 2 or 3cm. If you are between sizes, ask yourself how you like to wear your bracelet. If you wear it tightly choose the smaller size and if you like to wear it loosely take the next size up.)

Note: When you receive a new bracelet it will feel stiff, which can make it uncomfortably tight. The bracelet will quickly soften and become more flexible as you wear it.

Let’s ensure the ring you love fits like a charm. Discovering your ring size can be as simple as heading to your local jeweler and having your finger measured, but there are also a few easy ways to assess your ring size at home. Check out below two easy ways to determine your ring size and find your perfect fit.

1. Measure Your Finger

One of the easiest ways to assess your ring size is to measure your finger with a strip of paper or string. Start by cutting out a strip of paper that is approximately 3/4-inch wide and 4 inches long. Wrap the paper around the base of the intended finger, and then mark where the paper overlaps. The length of the paper you measured in millimeters is the circumference of your finger. After finding this measurement, use our conversion chart to find the corresponding ring size. If the size of your finger below the knuckle drastically differs in size from the knuckle itself, measure your knuckle as well and choose a size that falls more in the middle of these two measurements.

2. Measure a Ring You Already Have

If you have a ring that already fits your finger well, you can use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of this ring. Just take your ruler and measure straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge. Take the diameter measurement in millimeters, and then use our measurement-conversion chart to find your ring size.


You probably have a go-to necklace length and style that you love. But, have you ever thought about whether or not those necklaces are complimenting your face shape? If you're like me you're more concerned with making sure it works well with your clothing choice as opposed to your face shape. Wearing necklace styles that suit you best can help in ways you probably haven't considered such as elongating/shortening your face and neck. Learn about the various necklace lengths and then scroll to your face shape to find out your best look.


Necklace Lengths Guide

necklace lengths guide

 Style Length Fit
Collar 14" Tightly around the neck
Choker 16" At the base of the throat
Princess 18" Lays on the collarbone
Matinee 20-24" Between the collarbone and bust
Opera 28-36" On the bust/right below the bust
Rope 36-42" Wrapped to fall on the bust or just below


Face Shape - Necklaces that Compliment

Face Shapes Guide

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The most versatile shape for wearing jewelry, including necklaces. Since nearly all necklace lengths work well with oval faces, necklace lengths chosen should compliment the neckline worn.


In order to lengthen the neck and create angles, any necklace length shorter than a matinee should be avoided entirely. These will make your throat look wider and your neck shorter. Longer necklaces are the way to go and pendant styles are even better. Pendant styles help create a triangular look to lengthen and add angles to your face.


Your goal with this face shape is to shorten the appearance and create a more oval shape. In order to achieve that, shorter necklaces work best. Anything from collar to princess (12"-16") is ideal. Since horizontal looks are best for this face shape, large pendant necklaces are best avoided.


In order to soften the jaw line and elongate the face, length is imperative. Longer necklaces, matinee and opera lengths, work best with this shape and soft lines, necklaces that naturally fall into a soft U, work even better. Plain pendant styles won't work well because of the triangular appearance it creates.


Short, curvy necklaces work best for this face shape in order to length the jaw and reduce the sharpness of the chin. Collar, choker, and princess styles are ideal and necklace styles that create a fullness at the throat will help to really compliment this face shape.


Like those with an oval face shape, any length necklace will work with this shape. The important thing to keep in mind is to compliment the neckline worn and choose necklaces that are proportional to your body.


While these styles are suggestions to compliment your necklace and face shape, at the end of the day you need to be comfortable and confident with your jewelry choices. If you are in love with a piece and it makes you feel good, wear it!

Attention: This guide provides general sizing information only, and fit can vary depending on style and brand. For more specific sizing information on the product, please refer to product description.

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