Most of our necklaces and bracelets have extra chain links to adjust the size according to your comfort, making them perfect for layering. Also, some of our bracelets are stretchable for a snug fit.
Our flexible, stretchy band rings are one size fits most. They are a resilient, comfortable band formed from double-drilled. It stretches to fit your finger but strong enough to not lose its shape.
With the diversity in women's sizes, we encourage you to measure yourself before choosing a size that corresponds. Measure your body twice for accuracy, and compare your measurements to the garment's Size Charts in the product's description. If your measurements are between sizes, we recommend choosing a size up. Also, consider the fit type (fitted, relaxed, regular, etc.) before choosing a size.
Text ’SIZE’ to +1-833-557-2937with your measurements if you are unsure regarding your size and need assistant. We will offer our size suggestions.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BODY FOR CLOTHING SIZE?
When measuring yourself for clothing, the main measurements to take are the bust/chest, waist, and hip circumference, also the inseam length for pants. Other measurements, such as shoulder, underbust, thigh, outseam, sleeve length, etc., may be required on specific garment type.
📏 Use a clothing measuring tape for maximum accuracy.
📏 Make sure the tape is level and secure. Keep the tape snug but not too tight.
📏 Measure on bare skin, not over clothes, or wear an non-padded bra (i.e., sports bra) and tights or bike shorts.
📏 Measure your body before choosing a size and allow 0.394 -1.181 inches as an error range due to manual measurement.
📏 Use a mirror to make sure the tape is as level as possible.
📏 Save your measurements for future purchases.
Guide to Measuring Your Body
📏 Bust: Place one end of the tape at the fullest part of your bust (across the center of each nipple) and wrap it around under your armpits back to the front.Pro Tip: Wear a non-padded bra to get the most accurate measurements.
📏Underbust: Pull the measuring tape around your ribcage, just underneath your breasts. Make sure the measuring tape is running straight and level around your upper torso.
📏Shoulder Width:Assistant:Start measurement from the back, not the front. Place one end of the tape on the shoulder blade of a shoulder, where the shoulder meets the arm. Then run the tape horizontally across your back, mimicking the natural curve of your shoulders to the other shoulder blade (Shoulder to Shoulder). Self:Take your favorite dress shirt that fits nicely and measures it from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.
📏Length/Height: Before you start to measure your length, stand up straight with your feet together without wearing footwear against a door frame as a measuring point. Mark the highest area of your head with a pencil. Then use the tape and measure from the pencil mark to the floor.
📏Arm/Sleeve Length:Assistant:For an accurate measurement, ask someone to assist you. Measure from the back, not the front. Place one end of the tape in the middle of your neck and run it to the end of your shoulder blade. Then run down the tape from your shoulder blade to the wrist. Pro Tip:To ensure freedom of movement when you bend your arms, measure from your shoulder blade to the meaty part of your palm called the thenar, the ball of the thumb, instead of the wrist. Self:Take your favorite dress shirt that fits nicely, and turn the shirt over, showing the back. Place the measuring tape at the middle of the collar, then run the tape horizontally across the back, mimicking the natural curve of the shirt down to the end of the cuff.
📏Waist: Don’t suck in your stomach, as this will give you inaccurate results. Place the tape in the middle of your torso. Wrap the tape around your natural waistline, located about 2 inches (5 cm) above your belly button. Pro Tip:Another easy way to check your natural waist is to bend to one side – the crease that forms is your natural waistline.
📏Hips: Before you start to measure your hips, stand up straight with your feet together. Then measure around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks, about 6 inches (15.24 cm) below your waist.
📏Thigh: Take measurements of your thigh by locating the fullest part of your thigh and wrapping the tape around from front to back.
📏Inseam: It would be best for women to take two measurements for inseams — one for trousers you’d wear with heels, and one for trousers you’d wear with flats. Keep in mind that the accurate inseam measurement depends on whether you’re wearing heels or flats. The hem should hit in the middle of the heel shaft or hit just slightly above the flat shoe. Before you start to measure your inseam, stand up straight with your feet apart from each other. Place the tape near the uppermost inner part of your thigh, located near your groin area to the bottom of your ankle. Pro Tip: It is easiest to measure the distance from the crotch of your favorite and best-fitting pair of pants you already own to the hem or cuff.
📏Outseam: Assistant:Before you start to measure your outseam, stand up straight with your feet together. Place the tape at the top of your waistband/waistline and measure down to the end of the leg. Self: Measure the distance from the top of the waistband and measure down to the end of the hem or cuff of your favorite and best-fitting pair of pants you already own. Pro Tip:It would be best to take two measurements for inseams — one for trousers you’d wear with heels, and one for trousers you’d wear with flats.