Figuring out which size to choose can be quite tricky. Therefore, I’ve created a little guide to help you in the right direction.
Before you take any measurements, I recommend that you think about what kind of fit you want for your jewellery – do you like your jewellery to be a little loose, or do you prefer it to be a bit tighter? This is something you should keep in mind when choosing your size 😊
How to find your size:
- You can find your size by measuring the circumference of your wrist. I recommend using a tape measure to measure the widest part of your wrist, which is typically on top of the bone in your wrist. Taking the measurement here will ensure that your bracelet won’t be too tight or too loose, but of course, people differ in their opinion on what feels most comfortable.
- Then add about 2 cm – again, it’s important to consider which fit you want for your jewellery piece. If you prefer a more loose fit, add 3 cm instead.
- My wrist measures 15,5 cm, so I’ve chosen a length of about 17 cm, corresponding to the size S/M. This size fits me perfectly and it’s very comfortable.
Please note that the thicker or wider the bracelet is, the more you need to add to your wrist measurement, as the volume of the chain will make it feel shorter.
As in the example above, where my wrist measured 15.5 cm, I would choose the Medium Panzer Bracelet in the length 17 cm for a tight fit. To get the same fit with the Large Panzer Bracelet, I’d go for 18 cm in length ✨