Bangles are highly popular forms of jewellery that come in different styles. Generally speaking, they are stiff bracelets that are meant to fit loosely on the wrist. They can be worn together, uniformly or mixed and matched, or worn individually for an understated elegance.
Every stylish girl loves a great bracelet, and wearing bangles or bracelets is a great way to make a standard fashion trend even more gorgeous and fun. One of the central ideas in wearing bangles is to create contrast for beautiful appeal. This therefore, can be done in variety of ways which include texture, shapes, and sizes. As a general rule, the idea of wearing bangles comes from India where women wear various sizes, shapes, and colours as a form of symbolism. These days, they are less thought of as meaningful and more thought of as the perfect fashion accessory for both big and thin wrists, with a number of designs and shape to choose from. One of the things that you will need to put in to consideration when you go shopping for your new bangles is that you need to get the ones that are right for your wrist and it is important to understand how to find the right fit. It is important to note that, an armful of thick and chunky bangles will look ridiculous on incredibly thin wrist and the same goes for very thin bangles on a chunky wrist. If you are new to the world of bangles then here are the most useful things that you will ever read to guide you on how to get your right size of bracelets.
First of all, buying bracelets is much easier if you know your correct wrist size. Most women feel comfortable wearing a bracelet that is 7inches in size, which is the standard size. You can also measure your wrist properly so you can be sure your bracelets will fit right. When measuring for bracelets, measure your wrist with a flexible, soft tape measure just below your wrist bone. (Below the wrist bone is the area between your hand and the wrist bone). To measure wrist size, use a cloth tape measure around the wrist, so that it fits snugly without feeling too tight or too loose. Bangles may be sized differently according to the buyer, with some indicating and generally categorized as small, medium, and large. Note that there should be sizing information available at the shop. Finally, to find the right fit, the wearer should measure their wrist if the bangle is hinged, and hand if the bangle does not have a hinge.
Tip: If you don’t have a tape measure handy, use a strip of paper in thin string, and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then lay the strip flat to measure up the mark using any ruler.