To correctly measure the neck, use a tape measure. Place the tape measure around your neck just above the clavicles, without it being too tight or too loose. Note the measurement. As a guideline, a neck usually measures between 30 and 37 cm.

1 - HIGH NECK or COLLAR NECKLACE (30 - 33 cm)

Often worn with v-necks, boatneks or wide necklines, collar necklaces fit tightly around the neck. They look exellent on long, slender necks.

2 - CHOKER NECKLACE (35 - 41 cm)

Slightly longer than a Collar necklace, a Choker necklace also fits closely around the neck, juste above the collar bone. A choker woll work well with a strapless neckline and also most other necklines as well.

3 - PRINCESS NECKLACE (45 - 48 cm)

Slightly longer than a choker, the Princess style is the most popular length for a necklace and hangs over the collarbones. It works well will work well with most outfits and styles.

4 - MATINEE NECKLACE (51 - 61 cm)

Matinee necklaces fall on th chest just above the cleavage line. This necklace works with all necklines and all outfits. An ideal choice for a professional look or for formal evening wear.

5 - OPERA NECKLACE (71 - 86 cm)

The Opera style necklace hangs over the bust line to the top of the tummy, and is perfect for showing off glamorous evening dresses, cocktail gowns or more formal wear. This necklace and length is traditionally worn for glamorous or exceptional events.

6 - ROPE NECKLACE (over 90 cm lon )

A Rope necklace is extremely long, drops the navel or lower, and can be doubled or even tripled to vary the length of the strands. This length was made famous by Coco Chanel in the 30’s.



If you do not have a ring of the required size, you can measure it by following these steps:

•Wrap a piece of string or a strip of paper around your finger (where the ring will go).

Mark the point where the two ends meet.

• Repeat the same operation at the finger’s joint (the articulation).

•Measure the distance between the two marks for each measurement and calculate the average of both values to get the circumference of your finger.

•Divide that by 3.14 to get the diameter of your finger.

•Look up your ring size using the table shown below.


Measure your finger size at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Don’t measure finger sizes when your hands are cold; let them warm up to room temperature.

 The width of a ring is an important factor in determining the right finger size:

A wider ring may require a slightly larger size, because it covers more of your finger.


Standard wrist measurement is 14-16 cm (5.51 – 6.29 inches ). To measure it, use the ruler here. Do not tight or untight the ruler to much.