First, decide how you prefer to wear your anklet, tightly, loosely, or as an exact fit.
Tight fit is recommended when you don't want the anklet to move from its place at all. However, wearing a tight fit anklet for longer periods at a time might cause slight discomfort due to the pressure.
Exact fit is the best option for most women. It allows the anklet to sit firmly and naturally on the ankle. An exact fit anklet falls properly on the ankle, doesn't cause discomfort when worn for longer durations, and holds the anklet on its place well.
Loose fit is a popular style among women who prefer their anklets to sit lower on the ankle. A loose fit allows the anklet to move freely on the ankle without a stable grip on the skin.
How to measure the ankle
- Make sure your feet are at body temperature (legs might expand a bit after a long walk or if very hot)
- Wrap a piece of string around the slimmest part of your ankle (slightly above the round ankle bone) and mark the spot where it goes around your ankle
- Extend the string and measure the distance from the start to your mark
or use a flexible ruler to get the exact ankle circumrefence measurement.
|Anklet size chart|
|Actual ankle size||Tight fit||Exact fit||Loose fit|
Now that you know your preferred size, go ahead and shop your favorite anklets!
We aim to make choosing the right size for your anklet as easy and as pleasant as possible. Find the size chart above that will guide you in finding the perfect anklet size. If you are unsure of the right size, please send us your measurements by email and we'll help you with the decision.