It can be hard to find the right fit when shopping online. We have created a list of some of our favorite tips for finding your perfect size. If you have any other questions, our custom concierge is here to help!
- Finding your perfect ring size can be tricky. While the tips below can help you find your correct ring size, we highly recommend purchasing a ring sizer here or going to a local jeweler and getting sized in person. Many of our rings are easily resized but there are some that cannot be resized (most rings with stones or patterns all around).
measuring your finger
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.
when two sizes seem to fit
If you hesitate between two sizes, always go with the larger one.
don’t use strings
Strings bend and flex to conform to the shape of your finger, metal does not. This flexibility can result in measuring the wrong size.
you already have a ring that fits the intended finger
If you know the size, order it! All of our rings run true to US standard size (within +/- a quarter size). It is your responsibility to make sure you’ve measured your finger size properly.
If you don’t know the size, you bring it to a jeweler to be sized.
temperature is important
Don’t measure when your body temperature is either too cold or too hot. A cold finger shrinks while a hot finger expands causing inaccurate readings. Only measure when fingers are at room temperature.
a wider band needs a bigger size
If you are purchasing a wide band, you will be more comfortable moving up a half size from your measurement. (In the item description we will typically recommend sizing up for these pieces). Depending on your finger shape, you may want to adjust a ½ size -/+ for our wide inspiRING.
If you are stacking rings, we recommend sizing up at least 1/2 size. The more you stack, the more you should size up.
big knuckles can affect your size
Your ring should fit snugly over the knuckle. If your knuckle is a lot larger than the base of your finger, measure both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size in between the two.
gifts can be tricky
If you are buying a gift, the best way — but not always the easiest way — to determine the size is to borrow a ring from the recipient (from the correct finger). Use this guide to determine its size. Short on time? Try the ring on your own hand. Mark the spot on your finger where it fits and measure that size.
unsure? we’re here to help
If you have any other questions, please contact us and we can help.
This guide is for reference only. When in doubt, get a professional measurement from a local jeweler.
- Need help selecting the perfect length for your necklace? Not sure what length to get to layer with an existing necklace? This guide is here to help!
finding the right length
Here is an easy guide to find the right fit.
* Keep in mind the size/length of the pendant will hang below the chain length.
you already have a necklace length you like
Measure the necklace from end to end on a ruler. Our necklaces are measured from chain end to chain end and do not include the clasp in the measurement. For most accurate conversion, subtract ¾” from length of your chain.
For layering necklaces close together, we recommend a 2” difference.
While everyone has their own preferences and style, we love layering smaller pendants on shorter chains with a larger pendants on a longer chain.
* Layered necklaces will tangle - unfortunately there is no good way to prevent it. Be careful not to pull too hard when untangling, while our chains are durable, they are still delicate.
a few things to note
Most of our necklaces include an adjustable chain with a ring 2” from the end ring for versatility in layering and styling with different necklines.
Our necklaces are measured from chain end to chain end and do not include the clasp in the measurement. For most accurate measurement, add ¾” to length of chain.
Our necklaces include a handmade s-hook clasp. If you prefer a traditional spring clasp let us know when you check out and we will change the clasp for you.
- Finding the right fit in bracelets can be confusing. Depending on the style of the bracelet will determine how you find your perfect fit.
Cuff bracelets are typically formed in an oval shape to fit the wrist shape. Put on a cuff by turning the cuff so the opening slides over the side (thinner) part of the wrist. The cuff is then rotated so that either the opening faces the top of the wrist or inside of the wrist.
- Our cuffs have a slight give so you can adjust the shape of the cuff to fit to your wrist shape. Make sure to only use the center of the cuff to brace pressure to press the ends in to form to your wrist. You do not want to bend the cuff at the center, as it will eventually break.
how to size your wrist :
Measure your wrist by wrapping either a measuring tape or string around your wrist. The measurements provided are a guide to the wrist size the cuff will fit. If you are between sizes, we recommend sizing up.
x-small fits wrists between 4.75" - 5.25" (good for a small child)
small fits wrists between 5.25" - 5.75"
medium fits wrists between 5.75" - 6.25" (fits most women)
large fits wrists between 6.25" - 6.75"
extra-large fits wrists between 6.75" - 7.25" (fits most men)
Our chain bracelets include 4 large links on the end for adjustability. This provides you with the ability to wear the bracelet tighter or looser as you prefer.
how to size your wrist :
Measure your wrist by wrapping either a measuring tape or string around your wrist. Add a 1/2" - 3/4" to the length for a good fit. (see photo from cuff bracelets measurement for a guide) The measurements provided are a guide to the length of the bracelets from chain end to clasp . If you are between sizes, we recommend selecting the larger size.
small measures 6 - 6.5" long
medium measures 6.5 - 7" long (fits most women)
large measures 7 - 7.5" long
- If you have an existing bracelet, measure it! But note, our bracelets are measured from chain end to clasp. If your bracelet has a traditional spring style clasp, for a more accurate measurement, add ¾” to length of chain.
bangles with a clasp
Traditional bangles slide over the hand - starting at the fingers. However, the majority of our “bangles” have a clasp, so that it opens on the side so the bracelet can slide over the side of the wrist, for a closer fit.
how to size your wrist :
Measure your wrist by wrapping either a measuring tape or string around your wrist. (see photo from cuff bracelets measurement for a guide) The measurements provided are a guide to the wrist size the bracelet will fit. If you are between sizes, we recommend selecting the larger size.
small fits wrists between 5" - 5.5"
medium fits wrists between 5.5" - 6" (fits most women)
large fits wrists between 6" - 6.5"
Bangles slide over the hand - starting at the fingers. The fit will be snug over the knuckles and loose once on the wrist. Our linked bangle is the only bracelet we currently make that is put on this way.
- The most important measurement for a bangles’ fit is the measurement of the widest part of your hand, across your knuckles. They should fit snugly and not slide off easily.
how to measure your bangle size :
Measure across your knuckles, from your pinky to your index finger knuckle with a ruler. Round to the closest measurement.
small fits up to 2.75"
medium fits up to 3"
large fits up to 3.25"