How to Measure your Belt Size


Use an existing belt that fits you well. Measure from the fold of the belt to the most used hole in the belt (B to C in Diagram). The number of inches—to the nearest quarter inch—is the belt size you wear. If your waistline fluctuates, measure to the most used smallest, middle and largest hole. Record all three measurements to the nearest quarter inch. They are your belt size. When you receive your belt, it will have five holes.

The FULL LENGTH BELT option will apply when measuring a special buckle and belt. Measure the distance from your buckle hook to the most used hole (A to C in Diagram).

If you are not wearing a belt, the next best method is measure yourself with a tailor's tape where the waist of your pants normally rest. Measure over your clothing. If you're wearing pants without a belt, run the tailor's tape measure through the belt loops. Again, the measurement in inches, to the nearest quarter inch, is your size.

Another measurement method is find your pant size (in inches) and add two inches to that. This will determine approximate full belt length.

How to Measure your Necklace Size

Non-custom necklaces or chains come in industry standard lengths; five different lengths for women, and four for men. The table below describe these standard sizes.

Standard Necklace Sizes for Women

16"- Choker Length
17-18"- at collarbone
20"- A few inches below collarbone
22"- At or above neckline
24"- Below the neckline

Standard Necklace Sizes for Men

18"- Base of the neck (*for smaller neck sizes)
20"- to collarbone(*most common length for average men)
22"- A few inches below the collarbone
24"- Just above the sternum

Custom Sized Necklaces

Everyone is unique, both physically and in aesthetic preferences. In other words, we aren't all "standard" size nor do we have the same taste in jewelry. For individuals that require a special size necklace, sometimes ordering the same necklace in the next standard size (either up or down) works as well as customization. However, we provide a variety of sizes if necessary, including half and quarter sizes. The image above displays the varying standard lengths available in most necklaces. In combination with our table and descriptions, this should give you the best measurement tools.

How to Measure your Bracelet Size

Use a tape measure and wrap tightly around the point at the wrist that is the broadest. Then add 1” to the measurement. Next find the closest bracelet size. Customization is available in half inch or quarter inch sizes.

Current Clasp Bracelet Sizes Available

7.25" - Small
8.25" - Medium
9.25" - Large

Current Cuff Bracelet Sizes Available

7.25" - Small
8.25" - Medium
9.25" - Large

Cuff sizes are approximate. Please call for specific size.

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