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BANGLE SIZE GUIDE

FIND YOUR BANGLE SIZE

 

OPTION A :

ALREADY HAVE A BANGLE

What your need : A measuring tape or a ruler and your favourite fitting bangle.

 

STEP 1


Measure the internal diameter of bangle that you already own.

 

STEP2


Match that measurement with the chart below to determine your size.

 

OPTION B:

FIRST TIME PURCHASE

What you need : A measuring tape or a ruler,  a pencil, a thread roll or a piece of paper and scissors

STEP 1


Cut a thin and long strip of paper (no more than 1 cm) wide or use a measuring tape.

 

STEP 2


Bring your thumb and little finger together and wrap the paper or measuring tape where hand is the

widest

 

STEP 3


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.

 

STEP 4


Flatten out the thin strip of paper and use a ruler to measure the distance from the end of the string or paper to the mark you made.

Add 2.5 cms TO YOUR WRIST SIZE FOR YOUR BANGLE SIZE.

 

 

STEP 5

Match that measurement with the chart below to determine your size.

Bangle Size

S/M/L

Diameter (in cms)

2-2

Petite

5.4

2-4

Small

5.72

2-6

Medium

6.03

2-8

Large

6.35

210

Extra Large

6.67

2-12

Extra Large

6.99

2-14

Extra Large

7.3

3

Extra Large

7.62

 

FUN FACTS

  • The word bracelet comes from Greek word “brachile” meaning “of the arm”.
  • The word “bracels” describe armbands made of leather and decorated with gold, silver and gemstones worn by Greek soldiers.
  • Women began to wear smaller versions and called them bracelets.
  • Oval bangles are usually easier to get over the hand than round bangles. A slightly smaller size can be worn when the bangle is oval.
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