Size Guide

How to Measure Ring
Tulola uses standard US rings sizes.
Refer to our measurement chart below or simply ask our Tulola Personal Shopper for more information.

US Size

Size 5

Size 6

Size 7

Size 8

Size 9

Size 10

Size 11

Size 12

Size 13

Size 14

Inside Circumference

49 MM

52 MM

55 MM

57 MM

59 MM

62 MM

65 MM

68 MM

70 MM

72 MM

How to Measure Necklace
36cm NECKLACE - Fits most like a choker

40cm NECKLACE - Falls perfectly around the base of the neck like a collar. On a petite woman it will hit your collarbone while for plus size women it might feel more like a choker.

45cm NECKLACE - A common choice for women that will fall just below the throat at the collarbone. This length is popular for adding pendants which will hang over a crew neck.

50cm NECKLACE - Will fall a few inches below the collarbone and allow a little more breathing room. Perfect for a low, plunging neckline or if you want to wear it over a turtleneck.

55cm NECKLACE - Falls at or above a low neckline.

50cm NECKLACE - Falls below any neckline.

91cm NECKLACE - Common with pearl strands and will hang below the bosom. They can be worn as a single strand or you can double them for an 18 inch necklace.

MAN'S STANDARD NECKLACE SIZES 45cm NECKLACE - A shorter length that falls just around the base of the neck. Popular for beaded necklaces so they can sit above a crew neck t-shirt.

50cm NECKLACE - A common length for men which falls right at the collarbone. Pendants will hide under a crew neck or show completely with a low v-neck or unbuttoned dress shirt.

55cm NECKLACE - Falls a few inches below a collar bone and can be worn over or under a shirt. This is a common length for chains because they offer more breathing room.

60cm NECKLACE - Extra long and is commonly used to keep religious or meaningful pendants under the shirt and closer to the heart. Falls just above the sternum.

* Please keep in mind that these are all approximations for an average woman's or man's height and size. Larger people will need longer lengths and petite ones will need shorter lengths.

How to Measure Bracelet

  1. Measure the circumference of the wrist above the wrist bone (towards the elbow) with a flexible tape measure from point A to B
  2. Compare the measurement to the chart and choose the bracelet size that corresponds to the measurement
  3. Our size are designed to fir comfortably with the upper range of the wrist measurement.

For example; a women whose wrist approximately 15.9cm, size S will fit well, but if a looser fit preferred, size M is also suitable.