This guide shows where necklaces typically fall in lengths 14" through 24".


Don't know your ring size? Here are a few options for finding out which size to choose.

Option 1: Go into your local jewelry store and see if they wouldn't mind determining your size for you. Most big name jewelry stores will have metal ring sizers on hand and can tell you your size in just a couple of minutes. 

Option 2: There are several downloadable ring charts that you can print and cut out, but I have found that they can be difficult to get accurate enough and consistently reproduce the same results each time. So I would reserve this option for a last case scenario. 


Our bracelets are made in standard 6.5" and 7" standard sizes. However, we'll gladly make them in custom sizes! To find the perfect fit, follow the steps below. If you decide a custom fit is right for you, include your final measurements in the notes during checkout.

Option 1: Take a bracelet you already own and measure the length against a ruler. Include the clasp and ending in the total measurement. For the most accurate measurement, we prefer you to send us the length in cm/mm. Inches will also be fine though!

Option 2: Take a piece of loose string or something similar (not stretchy elastic or stiff cord). Wrap the string around your wrist where you would like it to fit. Mark and measure that length.

For an exact or tight fit, we recommend adding 1/4" to that measurement.

For a standard fit, we recommend adding 1/2" to 3/4" to that measurement.

For a loose fit, we recommend adding 1" to that measurement.