Size Guide

Size does matter when it comes to bracelets. If the bracelet is too tight then it will be uncomfortable. If the bracelet is too big, it can fall off your wrist or slide too far up the arm. In any of these cases the styling will not be correct.

Don't know your size? Take a few seconds to print out this handy ruler to measure your wrist for accurate fitment. Printable Ruler Link

Use these easy steps to measure your wrist will ensure the proper fit.

Measure tightly at the widest part of your wrist using a flexible measuring tape. Once you know the actual size of your wrist then add 1/4 to 1 inch. This will give you the approximate bracelet size. Adding more length will allow the bracelet to hang lower towards your hand.

* If you don't have a tape measure, use a thin string, and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then lay the strip flat to measure up to the mark using any ruler.


A DOLLAR BILL is exactly six inches long and 2.5 inches tall, and can be folded to get the smaller measurements within those.

Standard Bracelet Sizes




Child (XXXS)

Fits 6 inches (16cm)


Small Child

2 Extra Small (XXS)

Fits 6.5 inches (17cm)

Small woman's wrists.

Adolescent female wrists

Extra Small (XS)

Fits 7 inches (18cm)

Petite woman’s.

Adolescent males wrists

Small (S)

Fits 7.5 inches (19cm)

Average woman's wrist

Medium (M)

Fits 8 inches (20cm)

Average man’s.

Above average woman's wrist

Large (L)

Fits 8.5 inches (21cm)

Above average man’s.

Very large woman's wrist

Extra Large (XL)

Fits 9 inches (22cm)

Men with large wrist

2 Extra Large (XXL)

Fits 9.5 inches (23cm)

Men with a very large wrist

(not common)