Unsure of what bangle size will fit your hands. Below is the helpful guide for you to determine the bangle size that you need. The guide has two options for you to help with the decision or you can use both to double check your results. If you need further help or customized size, feel free to contact us.
Measure with Your Own Good Fitting Bangles
Requirements - Ruler & Bangle
Take out any bangles that you already have & is a good fit on your hand/wrist.
Measure the inside diameter and compare to the below table
As long as you measure the inside diameter & not outer diameter of your current bangles this chart will provide an accurate way to find your bangle size.
Bangle Size (Indian)
Measure your hand using thread or paper strip
Requirements - Flexible tape measure or a piece of string/paper strip and a ruler.
Keep your thumb and little finger together & make your hand as small as possible, as if you are putting on the bangles.
Using the tape measure (or string/strip), measure your hand at the widest point (as shown in picture). The tape measure/string/strip should be pulled tight, not loose.
Make note of the actual circumference of your hand by marking on the tape/string/strip where it meets the other end. Measure the length with the ruler to get your hand circumference.
Compare the measurement to the bangle circumference in below table. While selecting the size compare to the upper size for comfortable fit. For example, if your hand circumference is 183mm then go with 2.6 size (circumference 189.5mm) for comfortable wear.
Avoid contact with Water: Water is known to affect the appearance of metal, stones, crystals and pearls. It
can wear plating and cause discolouration. Protect your jewels by removing rings to wash your hands and
never wear any costume jewellery when you shower or swim. Have in mind, costume jewellery plating is
usually thin and can eventually wear off, so be careful!
Avoid contact with Harsh Chemicals: Through our daily grooming rituals, we are frequently exposed to
various chemicals which may not harm us, but could be harmful to our jewellery. Never allow your
fashion jewellery to come in contact with harsh chemicals, oils, nor spray perfumes directly on them. This
will cause the jewellery to fade, discolour, or even ruin them completely. We recommend you to always
put on your perfume and cosmetics such as body lotion and ensure your skin is thoroughly dry to the
touch, before putting on your costume jewellery.
Keep It Safe: Costume jewellery items should be carefully stored in their individual boxes to avoid
scratching, damage and to keep away from direct sunlight. Do not keep the costume/fashion jewellery in
the velvet box/cloth. Please use the cover provided to keep the jewellery after use. Plating may turn black
due to use of velvet cloth.
Keep it sparkling : To keep crystals sparkling, simply wipe very gently with a slightly damp cloth. You
should rarely need to do this if you follow all other steps. Do not use soap/water or jewellery cleaner to
clean your costume jewellery; it may ruin its plating.
Give it Rest: Fashion Jewellery is best worn for occasions – If you are the “I never take it off & wear it
every day” type of person - your jewellery will not last as long as someone who wears their jewellery
every now & again. We would also personally advise you not to wear "fashion" jewellery on a day to day
basis, but rather for "special occasions" - that way you'll enjoy them for much longer!
Fashion jewellery is not meant to last forever, but why not try to make it last, as long as you can with these tips.
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