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Size Guide

Option-1: CHECK THE INNER DIAMETER

Take a ring that fits you perfectly and check the inner diameter of the piece. Ideally, the ring you choose to measure has the same proportions as the one you want to buy. When you have checked the inner diameter of your ring, you have to multiply the result by 3.14. That way you get the inner circumference of it.

Option-2: STRING CHECK

Simply take a string or a strip of paper to check your ring size. Wrap the paper or the string around the finger, where you want to wear your ring. Be aware, that sometimes your finger knuckles have a bigger circumference than your fingers. Please note, that the volume of your fingers might change throughout the day. Mark the place where the string or the paper strip ends meet and check the length with a ruler. As a result, you get the inner circumference of the ring.

Option-3: THE SECRET CHECK

You want to make a gift to your beloved ones? You have found the perfect ring, but you don't know which size to choose? No problem! Our secret check is a simple way to find out the perfect ring size. Take a ring of the person you want to make a present and put it on one of your own fingers. Remember where the ring sat on your finger or mark the spot. Following this, our team in our stores will help you find the perfect ring size!

Measure Your Finger

The perfect necklace length is very individual, but there are a few ways to figure out which length will suit you best. Use the instructions below to find your new favourite necklace length:

Step-1: We have a chain length designated to each design based on how we think it should fall. Choose the necklace that you want to order and check the size of the chain in the description.
Step-2: To understand how the necklace will look on you we suggest to use a piece of string. Lay the string on the ruler to measure the length and check this length on yourself.
Tips: We understand different preferences. That is why we have a 3" extender chain on most of our pieces. If this isn't enough, please write a "Note" in the order form with special requests. We will honor, within reason.

How to layer necklaces
It is all about necklaces in different lengths in order to obtain a smooth cascade effect – this way each necklace will stand out. Short necklaces are called choker and are carried very tight around the neck. Their length varies between 29 and 42 cm. Combine your choker with further necklaces in medium length, which are between 40 and 45 cm long. For the third layer it’s a good choice to take a necklace between 50 and 60 cm. To complement your style you should choose a so called Sautoir necklace, which is 90 cm and longer.

Single piece = Statement piece
You prefer wearing your necklace as single piece? Just do it! There is a wide variety of individual pieces in our collection.

Necklace Lengths Chart

Choosing the correct bracelet size depends on your preferred bracelet type. Each bracelet type comes with a different set of recommendations, so please read the tips and size recommendations for the specific bracelet you’re interested in!
Use the below instructions to measure your wrist size. Next, use the size chart for your bracelet of choice to find your perfect size.
If you are between wrist or bracelet sizes, we recommend choosing the next size up.
Tips:> Chain bracelet or string bracelet is adjustable for your wrist,so it's no need the measure method.

Step-1: Measure your wrist just below the wrist bone, where one would normally wear a bracelet, with a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper.
Step-2: If you are using a plain strip of paper, then measure that paper strip with a ruler to determine your wrist size.
Step-3: Add 1/4 inch to 1 inch (average is 1/2 inch) to your wrist size, depending on whether you would like a snug, comfort, or loose fit. This is the ideal bracelet length for you.

Bangle bracelet size guide

Looking for the perfect hoop stack? No problem! To put together your perfect stack quickly & easily, you will find the "inner diameter" of hoops with different sizes in the name (see sample image). "Diameter" refers to the entire, thus the outer diameter of the piece. Every ear is unique! Therefore, when buying, please pay attention to which hoop should be worn where on the ear. All further details about the piece can be found on the product detail page under "MORE INFORMATION".

Huggies & Hoops Size Guide