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A few thingsto keep in mind when measuring your wrist and choosing your braceletsize:

  1. Get the perfect fit. Whether you want it to fitsnugly orloose
  2. Wrist measurement. You must know your exact wrist measurement (also called wristsize), then use that to select the right braceletsize.

a. Measure your wrist, just below the wrist bone (where you would wear your bracelet) using the measuring tape. Recommended to add extra space for comfort in wear.

b. If you are using paperto measure your wrist, mark the strip with a pen where the end of the bracelet needsto be. Add the standard 2-2.5cm (¾ tp 1 inch) to your wrist measurement for comfort in wear. You can then use a rulerto measure the paper, this will give you your wristsize.

  1. Ordering a gift? If you can't measure, here's our best approximation for sizing
Bracelet Sizing
XS fits wrist size
5.5-6 inches
Small fits wrist size
6-6.5 inches
Medium fits wrist size
6.5-7 inches
Large fits wrist size
7-7.5 inches
XL fits wrist size 7.5-8 inches


For a little more flexibility, we can add a 1/2 inch bracelet extender - just leave us a note at checkout


Measuring for Length

When choosing the length for yourself, you can measure a similar necklace chain that falls the way you want

If you don’t have a necklace with similar look or fall, you could use a string or cord of the same thickness. Take a string and wrap it around your neck, holding it at the desired length. Lay the string on a surface and measure the length up to the mark. This measurement should be your necklace chain length.

When choosing a chain length for necklaces, chains for bars, suspended discs and pendants are going to be slightly different.

When measuring for a pendant necklace, you’re only measuring the actual chain, as the pendant hangs below the chain itself. Suspended disc and bar necklaces are a little different because the discs and bars don’t hang below the chain. For this reason, when ordering suspended disc and bar necklaces, you’ll want to account for the fact the entire length of the necklace—bar length/disc diameter, jump rings, chain, clasp, and all—is included in the chain measurement.

For example, let’s say you’re ordering a 17’’ long bar necklace, and that the bar measures 2’’ long. This really means that the chain is 15’’ long, with the bar accounting for the remaining 2’’. If you want your disc or bar to rest a bit lower on your neck, you may want to consider choosing a slightly longer chain or ordering an extender.


  1. Measure your wrist with the fabric measure tape

Measure your ankle, right on the bone of the ankle (where you would wear your ankle brace) with the tape measure. Recommended to add additional space for greater wearing comfort.

  1. Measure your wrist with paper and a pen

If you are using paper to measure your ankle, mark the strip with a pen where the end of the bracelet should be. Add the standard 2-2.5 cm (¾ tp 1 inch) to your ankle measurement for more wearing comfort.

You can then use a ruler to measure the paper, this will give you the size of your ankle.



We have a variety of discs that you can customize as you want, with phrases, flowers, symbols, initials, coordinates, hand gestures and more.

We love to use the 10mm discs for initials, 16mm and 18mm for everything else.They are very versatile and you can use them in layering or singles.

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