What's my bracelet size? | Bracelet guide Keelin Design

What's my bracelet size? | Bracelet guide

Bracelets are a very hot and trendy accessory and can't be missed in your jewelry collection. But how do you know if a bracelet is going to fit perfectly or which bracelet to choose?

Especially when you order a bracelet online, this can be a dilemma. But don't worry, I'm here to help! In this blogpost, I will share some tips on how you can decide what's your perfect bracelet size.

 
Credits: Keelin Design

How do you like to wear your bracelet?

Most bracelets that you find is our webshop have an extension chain so that you can adapt the size on how you want to wear and style your bracelet.

Do you like to wear your bracelet a bit tighter or do you like it better if it is a bit looser on your wrist? When working at the office, it may be more comfortable if the bracelet is not too loose. But if you want to create a fun arm party, it's nicer to wear your bracelets a bit looser.

 
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1. Measure your wrist circumference

The easiest way to measure your wrist circumference is by using a flexible measuring tape. This way you can wrap the tape measure nicely around your wrist. Tip! Make sure the tape measure fits well but is not too tight! Then look at how many centimeters the tape measure comes back together. This is your wrist circumference.

 

2. Decide your fitting comfort

Now that you know your wrist circumference, you can decide what bracelet size works best for you. But beware! Your wrist circumference is not the same as your bracelet size. You have to add a few centimeters to your wrist size, depending on how tight or loose you want your bracelet to be.

Tight fit = wrist size + 1,5 cm
Normal fit = wrist size + 2 cm
Loose fit = wrist size + 3 cm

 

Did you find the perfect bracelet(s)? Don't forget to tag @keelindesign on social media! I am always happy to receive pictures of how you are styling your new favorite jewelry. Or you can send us an e-mail.

Go have fun, styling queen!

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