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Find Your Fit: Rings, Bracelets and Necklaces

November 16, 2020Art of the Stack

As with clothing, fit is everything when it comes to fine jewelry. Use this guide to find out how to properly determine your ring or bracelet size, as well as what to look for with different necklace lengths.

Bracelets

Unless it’s too short to clasp or too long to stay on, bracelets are meant to be styled at different lengths. 

To figure out what size is right for you, follow these easy steps.

1. Put a string around your wrist to match the desired tightness or looseness of the bracelet.
2. Measure the string in inches on a measuring tape or ruler.
3. Choose the bracelet size that most closely corresponds with the string length (6”, 6.5”, 7’’, 7.5’’, or 8’’).

Bracelet measurements

Left Model wrist measurements: Narrowest point, 7 inches; Mid-wrist, 7 inches; Widest point, 8.5 inches. Right Model wrist measurements: Narrowest point, 5.5 inches; Mid wrist, 6.5 inches; Widest point, 7.75 inches.

Stacked gold bracelets

Necklaces

Necklaces are a staple in any wardrobe—note that we used the plural. The key to a good stack is layering different lengths. Many of our necklaces are adjustable so you can play with your look. You can even add a chain extender if you want to go the extra gold mile.

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Left Model neck circumference, 11 inches. Right Model neck circumference, 14 inches.

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Rings

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There are three ways to measure for your ring size, depending on what you have on hand.

Measure an existing ring

  1. Select an existing ring that fits the desired finger.

  2. Measure the internal diameter of the ring (in mm).

  3. Use the chart here to determine your ring size.

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Measure your finger

  1. Wrap a strip of paper around your finger where you’d like your ring to be.

  2. Make sure that the paper is pulled snug to your finger, the together the better, to find your best fit.

  3. Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with a rule (mm).

  4. Use the chart here to determine your ring size.

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Use a ring sizer

To find your ring size in the most failsafe way, check out our free ring sizer. Measure all of your fingers and keep it somewhere safe in case you forget your size.

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