Jewelry should not just be fashionable; it should also feel good to wear. Both of these are influenced by the size of the jewelry. There is not one jewelry size that works for everyone, though. Here we have a few tips to help you get the best possible fit.
Wearing the Jewelry
One of the reasons you might have trouble finding the right size is that you might be having trouble trying bracelets on. If you don’t put on a bracelet correctly, you might end up buying one that’s too big for you. The trick is to put one end of the bracelet into the underside of your wrist and then roll your wrist over to pop on the bracelet.
Not all jewelry is sized the same way. Part of it depends on what style you’re buying. For instance, link bracelets are typically worn a little larger than cuff bracelets.
Dressing for Work
Magnetic name badges are a convenient way to display your credentials. The sizing of these, of course, depends on how much information is displayed. Talk to your employer before ordering any new badges so you can get an idea of how much room you’ll need.
Bracelets and Anklets
For this, you will need to measure the circumference of your wrist. If you don’t have a measuring tape, you can always measure it with a piece of string and then lay that string flat against a ruler. You will want your magnetic bracelet or anklet slightly larger than that. You can either select the next size up if the jewelry comes in set sizes, or look for one about 3/4 of an inch larger than your wrist if you can customize it.
Magnetic jewelry tends to be a little bulky. For that reason, you won’t want a necklace riding too close to your throat. Instead, make sure it will hang down at least a couple of inches for maximum comfort.