Sizing charts bracelets
We have already listed some steps for you to choose your right size braclelets. Bear in mind that the more charms you add to your bracelets, the tighter it will become.
Step 1: Use the tape measure or a strip of paper to measure your wrist
Just wrap the soft tape measure around the boradest part of your wrist and take note of the length. If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length (The starting end of the paper must be at the base of the ruler and marked 0). That would be your wrist size.
Step 2: Add one inch, or 2.5 centimeters, onto this measurement to get the final length of your bracelets
Please make sure there’s enough space to tuck in 2 fingers as this is the space you need to add the charms. If you want to add less than seven charms, add 2 centimeters are ok. If you plan to wear eight or more charms, please add 3 centimers. If you purchase a bangle, just choose the next size from your actual wirst measurement.
- A bracelet is perfectly sized when you measure your wrist tightly and add 2 or 3 cm.
- If you are between sizes, ask yourself how you like to wear your bracelet. If you wear it tightly choose the smaller size and if you like to wear it loosely take the next size up.
- Please be aware that when you receive a new bracelet it will feel stiff, which can make it incomfortably tight. The braceley will quickly soften and become more flexible as you wear it.
What is the standard bracelet size? The standard length is 7½ to 8½ inches. A bracelet of 7 inches is the most common in jewelry.
Acutal wrist size bracelet length:
Extra small 6.5″ 7.5″ (19cm)
Small 7″ 8″ (21cm)
Medium 7.5″ 8.5″ (22cm)
Large 8″ 9″ (23cm)
6 inch wrist – considered small. 7 inch to 7.5 wrist – considered average. 8 inch and larger – considered large.
The general rule for finding your bracelet size is to add 2cm (0.8inch) to your wrist size measurement. To ensure the most accurate bracelet size, always use the size chart for your selected bracelet type. If you prefer a looser fit, you may wish to size up.
Pull a piece of paper out of your printer, journal, notebook etc. Lay a corner of the paper flat on the inside of your wrist, then wrap it around. Mark where the paper comes together, lay that out flat next to a rulter, and tyou’ve got your wrist size.