Bracelet Sizing Guide
Step 1 Determine where on your wrist you prefer your bracelet to sit
Step 2 Measure your wrist
Measure your wrist by wrapping a tape measure around the point on your wrist where you would like your bracelet to sit. Make sure you have selected a comfortable position (i.e. not too tight and not too loose around your wrist).
If you don't have a soft tape measure, you can measure your wrist with a simple string, pinching the ends together and marking where the ends meet. Remove the string and lay flat to measure the string with a regular ruler.
Step 3 Determine the length of your bracelet
Stretchy bracelets (made with stretchy cord)
Add 0.5 cm - 1 cm to determine the final length for your stretchy bracelet. For example, if the length you measure on your wrist is 16 cm, you add 0.5 cm - 1 cm to 16 cm, and you get the final length for your stretchy bracelet of 16.5 cm - 17 cm.
Non-stretchy bracelets (ending with lobster claw clasp)
Add 1.5 cm - 2 cm to determine the final length for your non-stretchy bracelet (If you want a loose fit, add 2 - 3 cm). For example, if the length you measure on your wrist is 16 cm, you add 1.5 cm - 2 cm to 16 cm and you get the final length for your non-stretchy bracelet of 17.5 cm - 18 cm. If you prefer a loose fit, you add 2 - 3 cm, and you get the final length for your non-stretchy bracelet of 18 cm - 19 cm.
IMPORTANT: The non-stretchy bracelet will not stretch so ensure the fit is comfortable yet secure. (I.e. do not measure for a tighter fit thinking the bracelet may eventually stretch).