Size Guides


Necklace Size Guide I Solomon Strands


Choker: 14 - 16 inches ( 35 - 40 cm )  

Worn close to the neck and against the base of the throat. This length necklace fits snugly around the neck, emphasizes the neck, shoulders and collarbone, and highlights the face. It is flattering with almost any neckline, especially off-the-shoulder and boat neck. 

Princess: 17 - 19 inches ( 43 - 48 cm ) 

Worn on the collarbone and at the top of the bust line. The princess-length necklace is popular because of its versatility. Often worn with plunging necklines, it also goes well with V-necks. 

Matinee:  20 - 24 inches ( 50 - 60 cm ) 

Worn between the collarbone and the bust. The matinee is the preferred length to complement business attire. The length is not restrictive, and looks just as nice with jeans as it does with a suit. 

Opera:  28 - 34 inches ( 71 - 86 cm ) 

Worn below the bust line or as a double strand. The opera length, which elongates the torso, can be worn as a single dangling strand or, when doubled, a draping two-strand choker. 

Lariat:  38 - 40 inches ( 96 - 100 cm )  

Worn wrapped or draped. The lariat or rope-length necklace is worn looped around the neck, creating the illusion of a jeweled scarf. It does not have a clasp or closure.  




Size Range: 5 – 8 inches (12.7 – 25.4 cm)

Most Common: 7 inches (17.8 cm)

Average: 6.5 – 8 inches (16.5 – 20.3 cm)

Slip-on bracelets - elastic or stretch - are typically 7 inches (circumference) but commonly advertised as "one size fits all."

How to measure:

Decide if you would like your bracelet to fit snugly or if you prefer to allow for movement. Wrap a flexible tape measure around your wrist, just below the wrist bone. Depending on where you intend to wear your bracelet, add ½ to 1 inch,  and find the closest bracelet size.