Bracelet Size

The guidelines below, for bracelets, are according to DFJS products. It may differ from the international standards. So it is best if you have your actual measurements and then refer to this size chart. Please note that these are just approximate measurements. We tried to be as accurate as possible. There are also instructions on how to get your measurements below.

How to find correct size of Bracelets:

WRIST SIZECIRC. (inches)CIRC. (cm)
Kid – Petite4″ – 4.9″10.1cm – 12.5cm
Extra Small5″ – 5.4″12.7cm – 13.7cm
Small5.5″ – 6″14cm – 15.2cm
Medium6.1″ – 6.5″15.5cm – 16.5cm
Large6.6″ – 7.5″16.8cm – 18.8cm
Extra Large7.6″ +”19.3cm +
WRIST SIZECIRC. (inches)CIRC. (cm)
Small6.5″ – 76″16.5cm – 17.8cm
Medium7.1″ – 7.9″18.1cm – 20cm
Large8″ – 9″20.38cm – 22.9cm
Extra Large9.1″ +”23.2cm +


To Convert inches to centimeters, we strictly multiply it by 2.54 instead of other approximate figures

How can you find your bracelet size?

To determine your bracelet size, follow these simple steps:

    1. Measure the circumference of your wrist, just below the wrist bone where bracelet/watches usually sits, with a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper.
    1. If you are using a strip of paper, use a pen to mark your measurement. Then measure the length of the paper strip till the marked point with a ruler and… voila!
    1. To find your bracelet size, which includes the right fit you desire, just add your wrist size together with the extended measurements you deem fit below.
Snug Fitadd 1/8″ to 3/8″ (0.3cm – 1cm)
Confort Fitadd 1/2″ to 7/8″ (1.3cm – 2.2cm)
Loose Fitadd 1″ to 1 1/8″ (2.5cm – 2.9cm)


For countries sizes not on the chart, you may just google for it on the internet.

Bangle & Bracelet sizes can be measured physically by metal sizer available in most local jewelry stores.