Sizing Guides


The most accurate way to learn your ring size is by having your measurement taken at a local jewelry store. 

If that is not an option, you can purchase this reusable ring sizer to use at home. 

Alternatively, if you are in a hurry, download sizing guide and print to take a measurement. **Please note I cannot be responsible for measurements taken using the guide as it can be inaccurate if instructions are not followed carefully.

The sizing chart also has an international conversion chart for your convenience. All rings offered are in US ring sizing. 

To shop for others, take one of their rings and use the guide or take to a store (be sneaky about it if ring is a surprise)


ring sizingTo take a measurement for a thin band use a non stretch string or a thin strip of paper and mark where it overlaps.
Make sure it's not too loose or too tight. 
wide band sizing
To take a measurement for a wide band use a strip of paper and mark where it overlaps.
Make sure it's not too loose or too tight.
ring measurements
Lay the string or strip of paper on a flat surface an measure in millimeters. 1 millimeter makes a difference if you note on the conversion chart in the sizing guide


Necklace Lengths

necklace length chart
Collar: 14 “ - 35cm
Collar or high neck. This necklace is worn tightly around the neck and works best with open-neck clothing like scoop necks, V-necks, off-the-shoulder, and strapless)
Choker: 16” - 40cm
Chokers rest at the base of the neck over the neck bone. They work with almost any fashion style. Chokers are versatile when designed with adjustable chains.
Princess: 18“ - 45cm

Most popular size, hits just below the collarbone; it’s best for attaching a gemstone pendant. This necklace is versatile; it can be worn with every outfit, inside or over clothes.

Matinee: 20” - 50cm
Popular length for layering, created by wearing two to four necklaces at a time for a look that draws attention. They are great for business and casual wear.  
Opera: 24”- 61cm

Hangs below the bust and is long enough to wear as a single strand, or wrapped or knotted to create the illusion of a double-strand, can also be used for layering. Very accomodating on business and evening wear.

Rope: 30” - 76cm

The rope length can be worn in several ways; wrapped, layered or knotted for a sophisticated, yet elegant look.

Lariat: 33” - 84cm 
A lariat is a very long variation on the rope, without a clasp, often worn draped multiple times around the neck. Lariat is also commonly called a necklace with a decorative clasp that can slide to desired length.