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To get your diameter: Take an existing bangle that fits perfectly for you. Measure the distance across the inner diameter inside the bangle. Take your diameter measurement and find your size on the chart.
If you don’t have an existing bangle to reference, then follow these instructions:
Tuck your thumb into the palm of your hand as if you were going to put a bangle on, then measure around the widest point with a tape measure. Pull the flexible tape measure very tight while you're doing this. Take your circumference measurement and find your size on the chart.
(distance measured across the inner diameter of the bangle)
(measurement around the widest point of your hand)
2 1/4 inches
2 1/2 inches
2 3/4 inches
Sizing for a Plumeria Bangle
If you’re buying a Plumeria Bangle (bangle with an opening), then just the circumference of your wrist is all you need.
To get your wrist circumference: Wrap a flexible measuring tape around your wrist at the wrist bone, and record the measurement where the end of the tape overlaps the rest of the measuring tape. This is the circumference of your wrist or wrist size. At check out, select your wrist circumference size in inches.
[Note: When making your bangle, I will be adding approximately 1 to 1-1/2 inches to your wrist circumference. This will allow enough movement for comfort but not so much so that the Plumeria rotates fully around your wrist. This bangle is best worn like a flower wrist corsage].
Sizing for a Plumeria Ankle Cuff
If you are buying a Plumeria Ankle Cuff, I need your ankle size per the directions below. Do the following to measure your ankle for the correct sizing.
To get your ankle size: Measure around the widest part of your ankle using a flexible tape measure. This is your ankle size. At check out, select your ankle size in inches.
[Note: When making your ankle cuff, I will be adding approximately 1 inch to your ankle size for the proper hang. Most women are comfortable with a size 9 -10 for the ankle cuff].