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 choker size
It is important to remember that chokers fit differently from person to person, and thus the overall look can differ - even if both parties wear the same size 🌟
As a result, it is always a good idea to measure your neck first in order to find your ideal length.
Personally, I like both a choker that sits close to my neck as well as one that fits looser.
Consider the look you want and how loose or tight you want the choker to be when measuring your neck.
You can measure your choker size at home.
All you need is a string, a ruler and a pen.
- Step 1: Wrap the string around your neck and measure it. It is important to get as far down the neck as possible.
- 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.
My neck measures 31.5 centimetres, and I, therefore, choose a choker in 36 centimetres for a tight fit.
For a more loose fit, I personally choose a length of 45 centimetres. Should it be a cross between a tight fit and a loose fit, I often choose to go with a length of 42 centimetres.
On my Instagram highlights, I have made a video where you can see all the lengths on me - maybe you can use it to find some inspiration for the right length for you 💖
You can find my Instagram right here