Most jewelry is one-size-fits-all. Necklaces slip easily around necks, and earrings are a standard size, so jewelry size isn’t usually difficult to select. Bracelets can be a bit trickier, as wrists vary slightly, but not enough to require a wide range of sizes, like rings. Bracelet fit is important for comfort and style. A loose bangle can fall off and be lost, and tight cuffs can be painful and unattractive. When shopping for jewelry, consider these common questions about bracelet fit.
A great bracelet fits loosely so it moves a little, but not loose enough to slide off the hand.
Link : You should be able to slide one or two fingers between the chain and the wrist; fortunately, most link bracelets are adjustable in length.
Bangle : A bangle band can fit closely or loosely on the wrist; it shouldn’t slide over the heel of the hand too easily.
Cuff: A cuff bracelet, which is a bangle that isn’t closed, is meant to fit tightly on the wrist or the forearm; adjust the cuff so it doesn’t pinch.