I'm sure you've seen a few bracelets you like by now. The big question is what size are they.....how do I know if they will fit? Rest assured your questions will be answered now. Our women's bracelets are 7.5 inches and our men's bracelets are 8 or 9 inches.
Many of our bracelets are made with durable high quality stretch cord. The best way to measure your wrist is to use a tape measure and stay as close to your hand as possible, below your wrist bone. Once measured add a quarter to a half an inch for the best fit. The picture above represents a 7in wrist so a 7.25in or 7.5in would be perfect. If you don't have a tape measure use a piece of string/paper and then measure with a ruler. Now you know your best fit. Over time all elastic cording will loosen slightly with repeated wear. This is normal. If you need anything larger or smaller please add that to the comments section when you checkout.
We use a variety of metal in our jewelry. All plating on charms may wear off over time and may also experience a patina due to oxidation. There are many factors that contribute to this, including improper cleaning and storage, moisture, etc. It is important to gently wipe your metal jewelry clean of oils, moisture and debris with a very soft cloth. This will keep it looking its best.
Gemstones and metals should be gently cleaned with a soft cloth, never washed. Do not wear your jewelry while bathing, showering or swimming. Avoid using ultrasonic devices or abrasives to clean your jewelry.
We recommend storing your jewelry in the packaging we include with each piece or a similar fashion so that it does not become tangled or damaged with other jewelry or items.
Caring for your bracelets....Easy as 1..2..3.
ALWAYS remove your jewelry before washing your hands or coming in contact with water or any other chemicals.
ALWAYS supervise children when wearing, as any jewelry has the potential to be a choking hazard. We are not responsible for injury.
ALWAYS apply products such as perfumes, hairspray, any lotions, or oils BEFORE wearing your jewelry as certain chemicals in these products may damage the finish of the stones or metals.