16 inches: Choker length
17-19 inches: At the collarbone
20 inches: A few inches below the collarbone
22 inches: At or above the neckline
24 inches: Below the neckline
Bracelet Size Guide
To find your bracelet size, use a fabric measuring tape and measure your wrist. Lie the tape against the skin (do not pull it tight) and record your measurement. If you don't have a measuring tape available, use a flat ribbon and check your measurement against a ruler.
6" to 6-3/8" = Small
6-1/2" to 6-7/8" = Average
7" to 7-1/4"= Large
Another technique is to measure a bracelet that fits you comfortably and is a similar style to the one you are ordering. A chunky bracelet will fit you differently than a thin one, and will need to be a bit bigger to accommodate the width of the metal. Remember to measure the bracelet end-to-end, including the clasp.
Please keep in mind that it is preferable for a bracelet to be slightly loose rather than tight. Consider if you like your bracelet fit to be more on the snug or loose side. If your wrist is between sizes, we recommend that you round up to the next size.
Ring Size Guide
Not sure of your ring size? Click >here< and follow the instructions. Please note that we do not offer half sizes. It is generally best to select the next size up. For example, if you determine your finger needs a size is a 7-½, you would want to go with a size 8.
Pendants and Enhancers
It's easy to confuse enhancers and pendants. What makes an enhancer an enhancer, and a pendant a pendant? We call pendants the items without the hinge bail (A) and "enhancers" are what we call items with the hinge bail (B).