It can be challenging to find the perfect jewellery size as it is so individual. Therefore, I have tried to come up with a few guiding rules you may consider, and presented a method so that you can try to measure and find your jewellery size from home ✨
This page is based on my professional experience and your feedback in order to assist with sizes in the best way possible, to the best of my capabilities in an online jewellery universe.
That also means that this page is only a guide to help you to find your perfect jewellery size.
Remember that if you have any questions or need more guidance, you are always welcome to write to my Customer Care Team at firstname.lastname@example.org 💖
Guide to finding your bracelet size
Before you start measuring your bracelet size, I recommend that you consider how you want your bracelet to fit. Do you prefer your new bracelet to sit a little loose, or should it fit tightly around your wrist? It all helps to decide what size you should have 😊
You can try to find your bracelet size from home.
All you need is a string, a ruler and a pen.
- Step 1: Measure the circumference of your wrist by wrapping the string around the widest part, which is usually the carpal bone.
- Step 2: Draw a line where the string overlaps. Put it on both parts of the string (possibly get one to help you).
- Step 3: Use the ruler to measure from one line to the other.
- Step 4: Always add 2 inches to that measurement. Add 3 centimetres if you want your bracelet to fit looser.
Be aware that the more massive the bracelet is, the more length you will need to add, as the thickness of the chain takes up a bit of the length.
I measure my wrist to be 15.5 centimetres. That is why I have chosen a size S in my Medium Panzer Bracelet, which corresponds to 17 centimetres.
To get the same fit in a Large Panzer Bracelet, I choose a size M, which corresponds to 18 centimetres ✨
You can get my bracelets in four different sizes:
XS: 16 cm.
S: 17 cm.
M: 18 cm.
L: 19 cm.