Bracelets Sizing Tips and Chart
In order to get the right size, measure you hand following these instructions:
1- Straighten your fingers and tuck in your thumb as though you are going to stick your hand in a jar (see photos provided for a better picture of what this means).
2- Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around the widest part of your hand (the knuckles). This is your size.
3- If you do not have a flexible measuring tape, you can use a piece of string to wrap around your hand (as described above) and then you can measure that string against a regular ruler.
As a reference, the "average" bangle bracelet you will find in most stores are typically a size 8 (inches).
If you need a different size feel free to CHAT WITH US to ask about having a custom order made for you.
This type of bracelet will typically have a snugger fit around the wrist since you tie them on (versus slipping them over your hand like a bangle)
Measure around your wrist in INCHES where you would like the bracelet to sit and add a 1/2 inch. This is your size. Add 1 inch to your wrist measurement if you prefer a looser fitting bracelet.
The chart below is a basic guideline to clasp bracelet sizes (in inches).
Please note that these are APPROXIMATE measurements
Small 6" - 6 1/2"
Medium 6 1/2" - 7" **average size is 7 inches**
Large 7" - 7 1/2"
XL 7 1/2" - 8"
Small 7 1/2" - 8"
Medium 8 1/2"
XL 9 1/2"
QUICK TIP FOR PUTTING ON YOUR BRACELET IF YOU ARE ALONE
A simple paperclip can be used to help you put on your bracelet if you are alone. I personally like using the longer paperclips for this task.
1.Simply slip the paperclip into the last loop on your bracelet.
2.Place the bracelet on your arm and hold the paperclip with the fingers from the same arm (see picture below).
3.You now have a free hand which you can use to tie your bracelet.