Creating the perfect bracelet fit doesn't have to be a guessing game! This guide provides simple instructions for how to accurately size bracelets. Whether you're making a bracelet or helping a customer purchase one, you'll be able to find the perfect size with ease. Please note that these measurements are approximate. For an exact measurement, follow the instructions below.
|Children's Lengths||Length (in)||Length (mm)|
|*Anklets usually include a 1"–2" extension.|
How to Determine Bangle Bracelet Size
1.Encourage your customer to try on this bracelet by closing her fingers together, bringing her thumb and little finger together.
2. To find your bracelet size, measure the circumference of your wrist with a strip of paper or measuring tape. If you're using a strip of paper, mark it with a pen, then measure it with a ruler. The measurement you get is your bracelet size.
3.Find the hand circumference below. Create (or choose) a bangle with a diameter at least 1/4" larger than the diameter shown below.
Converting Circumference to Diameter
7-1/2" is approx. 2-3/8" dia. (small)
8-1/4" is approx. 2-5/8" dia. (medium)
8-5/8" is approx. 2-3/4" dia. (large)
Looking for bracelets in a specific size? No problem! Just subtract 0.5 from the bracelet size to get your wrist circumference. For example, a size 6.75 bracelet is a wrist circumference of 6.25" (6-1/4"); a size 7.25 bracelet is a 6.75" (6-3/4") wrist circumference.