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The one thing that tends to baffle those who are looking for the perfect ring is determining their ring size. If you are looking for a ring as a gift for that special someone, this process becomes twice as difficult, especially if you wish for the ring to be a surprise. Luckily here at Bijaar we have created a Ring Size Guide that explains the process of finding the perfect ring size, with a few key tips for ensuring that it fits comfortably and securely.
This guide offers a method of measuring your ring size. If you already own a ring or have managed to obtain one from the person that you are buying the ring for, simply measure the inside diameter of the ring and match the size to the chart.
Ladies, Are you confused about which necklace length can help you frame your face and to wear with which outfit? We know it can be tricky to figure out when it comes to size.
But you have to know it is important to factor in not only the look of the pendant but the length of the chain. It is necessary to consider the chain length that fits factors beyond your outfit and personal style. Necklaces or chains come in industry-standard lengths; seven different lengths for women. This handy guide will assist you in selecting the right necklace length that will best showcase your jewelry, accentuate your best features, suit your body type, and frame your face. When worn correctly, jewelry can draw people to look at your best assets and focus away attention from the features you would rather not flaunt.
While determining which necklace length will work best for you, neck size is one of the most important factors. Follow the steps given below.
1- Wrap a soft tape measure around your neck, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor.
2- In order to prevent the chain from sitting too snugly around your neck, add 5 to 10 centimeters to your neck measurement, and if you are measuring for a choker necklace, then you can stick with your exact neck measurement and don’t add any excess length.
A standard women’s chain length visualization chart. This chart can be used as a guide to see how different chain lengths fall on the neck and chest. We are all unique in shape and size so the fit of different lengths may vary on you.
40cm will fit most people as a choker, sitting above the collar bones.
42cm is a popular length that falls around the base of the neck, below the collar bones.
45cm – 50cm inches will lie closer to the bust.
A common misunderstanding is that there is one designated bracelet size (say, M) for you. Unfortunately, unlike clothes, there is no universal bracelet size chart across different brands. You can’t say “My bracelet size is a small size”. Instead, you need to figure out your bracelet size each time using these two factors:
Wrist measurement, which can be small on a curvy person and vice versa. In order to get the right bracelet size, you must know your exact wrist measurement (also called wrist size), then use that to select the right bracelet size. and the other factor is the fit so whether you want it to fit snugly or loose. it’s your choice!
1. Measure your wrist. Using a measuring tape, measure tightly just above the wrist bone as below.
If you do not have a measuring tape, you can use a thin strip of paper. It is important to use a thin, flat paper strip. If you use a thick string, you will end up with a measurement 1 – 2.5cm longer than your actual wrist size.
Wrap the strip around your wrist, and mark with a pen or marker where it starts to overlap. Lay the strip flat and measure its length up to the marker with a ruler.
2. Round up the measurement. Take the measurement from either the measuring tape or paper strip and round it up to the next 0.5cm. This shall be your wrist size.
Our customer service team would be pleased to assist you in picking the ideal size.
Simply contact us at [email protected] and we will gladly help you.
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