Size Guide

Ring Size Guide

The String Test

  1. Cut a small piece of string, thread or ribbon
  2. Measure: Wrap it snugly around your finger for an accurate measurement
  3. Determine: Compare your measurement with our sizzing chart
  4. Check: Double check for accuracy

Important: Not to wrap the string too tight. Go for a comfortable, snug fit

The Paper Test - Click Here to Access

 

Necklace Size Guide 

The best way to find the right length for your necklace is through measuring it with a string and comparing the length with a ruler (in CM). Alternatively, you could also measure the length of your favorite necklace.

Necklace Length
(in Inches)
Bracelet Size Guide

Measuring your wrist is the best way to find your ideal bracelet/bangle/cuff size. Use a tape measure or follow the steps below to find your size in minutes. You will need a ruler, scissors, and a sheet of paper. Let’s get you started.

  1. Cut a small strip of paper from an A4 sized sheet.
  2. Wrap the strip around your wrist, just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear your bracelet
  3. Make sure the paper is tight on your wrist to find your most accurate fit.
  4. Mark the spot where the strip overlaps by folding the excess paper backwards, making sure to create a sharp fold.
  5. Take your scissors and cut right at the fold to get rid of the excess paper.
  6. Measure the length of the paper strip using a ruler and note down the number in CM; that will be your bracelet wrist length.

 

Anklet Size Guide

Measuring your ankle is the best way to find your ideal anklet length. Use a tape measure or follow the steps below to find your size in minutes. You will need a ruler, scissors, strings and marker. Let’s get you started.

  1. Cut out a long string.
  2. Wrap the string around your ankle, where you would normally wear your anklet
  3. Make sure the string fits snugly on your ankle to find your most accurate fit.
  4. Mark the spot where the string overlaps using a black marker.
  5. Take your scissors and cut right at the “marked point” to get rid of the excess string.
  6. Measure the length of the string using a ruler and note down the number in CM; that will be your anklet length.

 

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