We value our customers and want to make sure that your jewelry is not only beautiful, but that it is the right fit for you. One of the most important factors in finding perfect jewelry is making sure that your anklet, bracelet or necklace fits just right.
The Jewelry Sizing Guide* will help you purchase the perfect fitting jewelry. If however, when you receive your jewelry you are not completely satisfied, you may return the jewelry to us within ten days, no questions asked. It is our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee to ensure your complete happiness with your purchase.

Earrings: The length of an earring is usually measured from the connecting point on the earring hook or post to the bottom of the earring.

Necklace Style: Necklace lengths are measured from the hollow at the base of the throat.If your neck measures 13-inches, then a 16-inch necklace will drape about one and one half inches below the base of the throat. The common recommendation is to allow one-half-inch of drape per each inch of necklace length.

Necklace Sizes:

Collar (12-13 inches) Collar necklaces are worn as a snug fit around the middle of the neck.
Choker (14-16 inches)
 The classic and versatile choker necklace lays perfectly around the base of the neck.
Princess (17-19 inches) A princess necklace, falling just below the throat, typically is worn as a contrast to low-plunging necklines. Especially with a pendant it can be a bold, eye-catching look. This is the most popular necklace size.
Matinee (20-24 inches) Matinee is the perfect choice for casual or business attire.
Opera (28-34 inches)The adorning opera necklace is versatile enough to transform from day to elegant evening wear by going from a double to single strand.
Rope (over 45-inches) Measuring at least 45-inches in length, the rope is a must-have woman’s accessory. It is both elegant and classic and will dress up any outfit day or night. The versatile rope necklace can be transformed into a multi-strand necklace with matching bracelet combination.

Bracelet Sizing Guide:                                     

1. Measure your wrist with a flexible measuring tape. If you don’t have a measuring tape, use a thin strip of paper or string. Cut it to length and measure with a standard ruler.

3. Add one-half inch to the measurement for babies and toddlers and add one-nch for teens and adults. Compare your measurement with the charts below to determine the bracelet size you need.



Wrist Measurement

Comfortable Fit:

 Add  3/4 to 1″ to Wrist Measurement

Looser Fit:

Add 1 1/4″ to Wrist Measurement


5 3/4″ or less

6 3/4″ or less

7 1/2″


6 to 6 3/4″

7 to 7 3/4″

8 1/2″


7″ or more

8″ or more


Mayamoo Bracelets (Children’s Line Coming Soon)
 Children Bracelet Size Chart




Newborn 4″ 102
3-6 months 4 ½” 114
6-12 months 4 ¾” 121
12-18 months 5″ 127
2 Years 5 ¼” 133
3 Years 5 ½” 140
4-5 Years 5 ¾” 146
6-7 Years 6″ 152
8-9 Years 6 ¼” 159
10-12 Years 6 ½” 165


To determine what size to order, measure your ankle snugly around the largest part of the ankle bone using a flexible measuring tape (if you don’t have a measuring tape, use a thin piece of paper/piece of string). Add 1/4″ then round up to the nearest 1/2″ size. If you have an anklet that fits well, simply measure that anklet. For anklets with a toggle clasp, measure from the end of the bar to the center of the ring. For anklets with a lobster clasp, measure from end to end.

*Sizing Information and charts  from www.doubledeedeals.com/jewelry_sizing.php and https://www.gemsociety.org/article/bead-and-necklace-size-charts/