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Ring Size Guide
It is a chart that will assist you in determining the ring size that you require. To measure the area that the ring will occupy, you can use tape or a little piece of string. Make a mark on the string when it has become a complete circle. It will make easier to compare the chart with the one below.
1) At the end of the day, measure your finger in warm temperatures.
2) If your knuckle is significantly larger than the base of your finger, measure both the base and the knuckle to choose a size in the middle.
3) If you're considering broadband, choose one size up from your measurement for added comfort.
Bracelet Size Guide
We've already outlined a few methods to help you select the appropriate bracelet size.
Step 1: Measure your wrist with a tape measure or a piece of paper.
Wrap the soft tape measure around your wrist's broadest region and record the length. If you're using a simple strip of paper, make a size mark using a pen or pencil, then measure the length with a ruler (The starting end of the paper must be at the base of the ruler and marked 0). That is the size of your wrist.
Step 2: To achieve the ultimate length of your bracelets, add one inch (2.5 cm) to this measurement.
Please make sure there's enough room to tuck in two fingers, as here is where the charms will go. Would you please add 3 cm if you plan to wear eight or more charms? Choose the next size up from your wrist measurement if you're buying a bangle.