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How To Measure Your Bracelet Size

July 29, 2015 1 min read

How to Measure Wrist for Bracelet

Measuring Your Bracelet Size

How To Measure Bracelet Size

Bracelets come in many different styles and sizes and make a great addition to any jewelry collection. When it comes to purchasing a bracelet, you want to make sure the sizing is an appropriate and comfortable fit. It is really simple to determine your bracelet sizing, and it only takes a few moments and a flexible measuring tape (flexible measuring tape can be purchased at any craft store, office supply store, or even a superstore).

With your flexible measuring tape, measure just above (towards your elbow) the wrist bone, then make sure to add approximately ¼ inch to 1 inch (a ½ inch is average) depending how fitted you want your bracelet to be. That is then the size of the bracelet you would wear. Now it's time to go find the perfect bracelet to wear in your size!

Check out our wide selection of bracelets that are crafted in a variety of designs and materials that you are sure to love.


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