Measure your Bracelet size your self
Take a inch measurement tape and measure the size as figured in picture. Normally bracelets are wearing little bit loosely. Adjust your size with standard size mentioned in picture.
STEP 1: Measure your wrist with a flexible tape measurements or a strip of paper just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet.
STEP 2: If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length. That would be your wrist size.
STEP 3: To find your bracelet size, refer to the appropriate measurements in below bracelet chart.
Adjust the size with standard size.
Measure your Bangle size your self
First Method :-
BANGLE SIZE GUIDE as per the first method
- This is a chart that will be extremely helpful for you to determine the bangle size that you need. Measure your hand, you will need a measuring tape or a piece of paper and a ruler. Bring your thumb and little finger together and measure were your hand is the widest as shown in the picture.
Bangle Size (Indian)
Bangle Size (Indian)
Second Method :-
BANGLE SIZE GUIDE as per the second method
- Here is another chart that can also be considered in determining the appropriate bangle size. Measure the inside diameter of a bangle that you already own. It measures inside the diameter of such bangle in millimeters. This is normally used for double checking your results from the usual paper method. Apart from this, you can also make use of the bangle that you wear daily and cross check the same with below chart.
Measure your Chain size your self
Most of the people commonly used ornament is chain. So, it has more verities of designs. Even though it has standard size in all dimensions. In worldwide, the standard unit of size is notified in Inches. So, we can take inches as our measurement unit. Also, for information the other units are “PIDI” which means a pidi is equal to three inches. The unit PIDI is commonly used in South part of Asia. All other units are centimetre (1’’ = 2.54 cm) and meter (1m = 39.37’’).
Try to choose chain that fits your size. If you are a slim guy, then slim chains between 2 mm and 4 mm will fit you well. If you have a large size and thick neck, wider chains may look more proportional.
We have a selection of men’s sterling silver chains from 1 mm to 8 mm wide. Generally speaking, 2 mm is about as wide as the headphone wire of a mobile phone, 6 mm is about as wide as a pencil.
The length of a chain necklace affects your overall style, especially the type of shirts you wear. Whether it hangs above the shirt or hide underneath will give you a total different look. We have a collection of men’s chain necklace ranging from 16 inches to 32 inches.
16”-18”: Shortest, choker-style chains for men, falling just around the base of the neck. They usually hang above a low collar and people can see the whole chain.
20”-24”: The most common lengths for men’s chain necklaces. They can be worn under a T-shirt or a button-down shirt, leaving most of the links visible with the open collar.
26”-32”: The relatively long lengths that will fall around the sternum. They can be worn outside of a shirt, usually without any pendant.
Please keep in mind that you should choose chain necklaces according to your own height and size. Larger people will need wider and longer chain necklaces than petite ones.
Measure your anklet (LegChain) size your self
- Take a thread.
- Place the thread as same like an anklet on the foot.
- Provide suitable loose.
- Take the size by placing the thread on a scale.
- If you already use anklets, take the total length of it.
- Then match with the standard size.
Measure your ring size your self
This is a chart that will be extremely helpful for you to determine the ring size that you need. You can either make use of a tape or a small piece of string to measure the area that will be occupied by the ring. When it becomes a complete circle, make a mark on such string. This will be helpful for you to compare with the chart that is mentioned below. For extra width, you can add another size to accommodate.
Ring Size (Indian)
Ring Size (Indian)