HOW TO GET YOUR RING SIZE

There are several approaches available for determining your ideal ring size. If you currently possess a ring that fits properly, you can either physically measure it or compare it with our printable ring size reference. Alternatively, if you don ‘t have a suitable ring, you can measure your finger to ascertain the correct size. Learn how to measure your ring size in the following instructions.

METHOD 1: MEASURING AN EXISTING RING

  1. Locate a ring that fits comfortably on the finger where you plan to wear your new ring.
  2. Take the internal diameter measurement of the ring using a ruler or measuring tape. Ensure you use a ruler with millimeter (mm) markings. Position your ring atop the ruler and measure the inner circle’s diameter – essentially, the area that touches your finger. 
  3. Utilize our Ring Size Chart to convert the diameter measurement into the appropriate ring size.

METHOD 2: MEASURING BY STRING OR PAPER

  1. Cut a piece of string or paper to approximately 10 centimeters (cm) in length.
  2. Gently wrap the paper or string around your finger, positioning it where you intend to wear the ring. Ensure the string fits comfortably around your finger – not overly snug or excessively loose.
  3. Use a pen to mark the point where the end of the string or paper intersects with itself.
  4. Lay the string or paper flat alongside a ruler or measuring tape, and measure the length (in millimeters) from the end to the pen-marked point.
  5. This measurement represents the circumference of your finger. Utilize this measurement to determine your size by referring to our Ring Size Chart provided below.

RING SIZE CHART

Expert Recommendations:

  1. It is advisable to verify your measurements to ensure accuracy.
  2. Keep in mind that your finger size can subtly change throughout the day, over time, and due to temperature variations. For optimal results when measuring your actual finger, perform the measurement in the afternoon when your hands are warmer. If your measurement falls between two ring sizes, opt for the larger size (or half size) to ensure a comfortable fit.
  3. Be certain to measure the precise finger where you intend to wear the ring (or a ring worn on the same finger). Your ring size can differ between fingers and hands.
  4. If you’re uncertain about the correct size, especially when shopping for a significant piece like an engagement ring, consider visiting our in-store teams for expert assistance with professional ring sizing.

HOW TO GET THE NECKLACE FOR YOU

Let us assist you in discovering your ideal size. Within this guide, our aim is to provide you with comprehensive information about necklace lengths, various types of necklaces, and the process of measuring your body to determine the appropriate necklace length. 

Similar to clothing, jewelry should be worn with comfort in mind to achieve a stylish and flawless appearance. Selecting the appropriate necklace length is essential to match your personal style, body shape, and comfort preferences.

Method 1: Referencing Your Favorite Necklace
Step 1: Lay your open necklace flat on a table.
Step 2: Utilizing the centimeter or inch markings on a ruler, measure from the outer edge of the clasp to the opposite end of the necklace.

Method 2: Employing a String or Flexible Measuring Tape
Step 1: Stand in front of a mirror and drape a string or flexible measuring tape around your neck, connecting both ends at your preferred length.
Step 2: Confirm the length of the string and utilize a ruler to measure it accurately

1. Collar and Choker: 30.5-40cm or 14-16”
The collar style snugly encircles the neck, while chokers rest just at the base. A well-fitting choker should provide a comfortable fit with slight space between the chain and your neck. Both collar and choker styles evoke a captivating retro 90s aesthetic and complement elongated necks and pixie-cut hairstyles.

2. Short or Princess Necklace: 40-47cm or 18-20”
A short necklace gracefully drapes just below the neck’ s base, adorning the collarbone area. Petite women will find this necklace size naturally positioned, though on plus-size individuals, it might resemble a choker. Therefore, this chain length is most suitable for those who are petite or slender.

3. Medium or Matinee Necklace: 47-60cm or ~20-24”
Gracefully pointing toward the cleavage, the Matinee necklace graces the chest elegantly. Moderate height and a fuller body type are well-suited for a medium-length necklace.

4. Long or Opera Necklace: 60-75cm or 28-34”
Tall and slender women enhance their elegance with the Opera necklace, which accommodates medallion pendants and statement pieces. Depending on the length and your physique, an opera length can be worn in a layered choker or princess chain style.

5. Very Long or Rope Necklace: 85-100cm or 36-42”
Create layering illusions with rope necklaces, doubling or tripling them. Alternatively, fold the necklace in half and knot it for a chic lariat-style appearance around the neck

HOW TO GET THE BRACELET SIZE YOU LIKE

To determine your bracelet size, you can measure your wrist size or use a favorite bracelet you already own.
You will need:

1. A flexible tape measurer / a paper strip / a piece of ribbon / string and a straight ruler.
2. A bracelet that fits you well.

METHOD 1: MEASURING YOUR WRIST SIZE

Step 1: Gently encircle the tape measure around your wrist bone, ensuring a comfortable yet secure fit—neither too tight nor too loose.
Step 2: Indicate where the tape measure intersects itself. This denotes the precise circumference of your wrist.

Note: If desired, you can replace the tape measure with a string or ribbon and employ a straight ruler to gauge the length from the overlap point to the end.

METHOD 2: MEASURING THE LENGTH OF A WELL-FITTING BRACELET

Step 1: Unfasten your bracelet and lay it flat on the table.
Step 2: Utilize the centimeter or inch markings on a ruler to measure the length of the bracelet cord or chain, extending from the outer edge of the clasp to the opposite end of the bracelet. 

Note: The flexible tape measurements represent the bracelet’s circumference. To convert the circumference to diameter, you can divide the millimeter (mm) circumference measurement by 3.14 (D = C/3.14) or utilize an online converter.

STANDARD BRACELET SIZE CHART MEASUREMENTS

Wrist Measurement (CM) Wrist Measurement (INCHES ”) Suitable for
14-15 cm
14-15 cm
14-15 cm
15-16.5 cm
5.9-6.5”
Suitable for slim women
16.5-17.5 cm
6.5-6.9”
Standard female size for most women, slender men, and teens
17.5-18.5 cm
6.9-7.3”
Standard male size, suitable for some women
18.9-19.5+ cm
7.3-7.7+ in
Men and women