Bracelet Sizing for Adults
To determine your wrist measurement, simply measure your wrist at the widest part of the wrist bone with a soft flexible measuring tape. The tape should be snuggly wrapped around the bone but not too tight. And, then add 1″ to 1.5″ extra depending on whether you like your bracelets to fit snug or loosely. This is an approximate sizing and does not guarantee perfect sizing. Most women fall into one of three wrist sizes: small, medium, large.
Another easy way to determine your bracelet size is to simply measure your favorite bracelet from end to end.
Bracelet Sizing for Infants
Using the General Size Chart below is an easy way to determine the right size bracelet for a child. Identify the age of the child and the chart will tell you which length/size to order. It is that simple. However, these are general guidelines and each child is different. To get a more accurate fit, measure your child’s wrist with a tape measure and it should lightly wrap around the wrist with no gaps. Then add a 1/2 inch to that measurement to get a baby bracelet size. For a toddler or child size, add either a 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch depending upon how loose you would like the bracelet to fit.
General Size Chart
|Infant (newborn – 12 months)||4.5″ (extends to 5.5″)|
|Toddler (12 months – 24 months)||5″ (extends to 6″)|
|Little Girl (2 yrs – 5 yrs)||5.5″ (extends to 6.5″)|
|Girl (5 yrs – 7 yrs)||6″ (extends to 7″)|
|Young Lady (7 yrs – 12 yrs)||6.5″ (extends to 7.5″)|
|Teen (Petite)||6.5″ (extends to 7.5″)|