Ring Sizing Guide

Ring shopping? We're here to help. The easiest way to find your ring size is to try our Maui Divers Jewelry Ring Sizer. Receive on for free, just for signing up for our emails or order one here.

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Pearl Size Guide

Ever wonder how to select the perfect size pearl for your ring?
Now, you can shop confidently knowing what size pearl you're looking for. Whether you want the pearl to stand out or add a dash of color to your other rings as you stack them, our guide will help answer all your questions. 

 

Some factors to consider:

 

Color
  • Depending on your skin tone, certain colors may blend to your skin tone and may not be as large as they appear when worn. How does this happen? Luster will reflect your skin tone against the pearl in lighter colored pearls and blend with your skin.
    Size
    • The size of the pearl can also appear differently depending on the width of your finger. Always check the width of your finger and compare it to the size of the pearl.  
      Activity 
      • If you have an active lifestyle, always consider the size as a factor. If you're not use to wearing a large pearl, you may unknowingly damage your pearl if you hit it against everyday objects.
          How to select the correct size pearl for your rings

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          Bracelet Size Guide

          Want to find your bracelet size so you can finally order a beautiful Hawaiian bracelet that you've been eyeing? We're here to help you easily find your bracelet size. Once you find it, you'll want to go here to shop our line of exclusive, locally made Hawaiian bracelets.
           
          What You Need to Get Started:
          1. Fabric Measuring Tape
          2. Tape (this will help hold the measuring tape in place)
            How to Measure Your Bracelet Size in 4 Easy Steps:
            1. Tape the fabric measuring tape over the center of your knuckles.
            2. Clench your hand with your thumb folded in and your other fingers out. You want to measure over the largest part.
            3. Fold the remaining measuring tape under your hand and over the knuckles until you meet the start of the measuring tape.
            4. Where the measuring tape meets indicates the size you'll want (for example, if you wrap it around and it meets at 7", your bracelet size is a 7").
            Helpful Tips:
            • Wide bangles / bracelets are harder to put on. It is recommended to go up a quarter or half inch for 10-32mm width bangles / bracelets.
            Already own a bracelet, but don't know the size?
            • To measure your existing bracelet size, simply measure the inside of the bracelet with your fabric measuring tape.
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            Chain Length Guide

            Top 3 Tips for Discovering Your Perfect Chain Lengths
              1. Measure before you shop. Start with where you would like the chain to fall. We recommend taking a string and wearing it like a chain. Let the string fall where you would like your chain to end and measure the string to find your preferred chain length.
              2. Check your wardrobe. Depending on if you wear V-necks, button-downs or deep cuts, we recommend a longer chain (18-inches or more). If you like to wear clothes that fit closer to your neck, we recommend shorter chains (18" or less). Check out more tips below
              3. What if you like to switch up your style and wear different chain lengths regularly? Then we highly recommend adjustable chains. Adjustable chains are very handy and can easily adjust between a variety of lengths. They are fun to play around with and best of all they are versatile.
              Picking Chains Based on Your Top
              • Crew Neckline 
                • Crew necklines are pretty versatile when it comes to necklaces. The necklace could either be slightly longer or shorter than the neckline. A cute short chain with a dainty pendant will look chic with this neckline while longer necklaces will give it a glam look. You can also layer a few chains ranging in length for that trendy layered style.
              • V-neck 
                • Wear a necklace that falls naturally in a V shape. If wearing a pendant, it shouldn’t be too big or too small so that space around your necklace and neckline are in proportion. A good guideline is that the necklace and neckline should have about an inch of space between them. Avoid anything that’s too wide or doesn’t compliment the v shape. For example, statement bib necklaces.
              • Boat Necklines 
                • This is a high neckline that's wide across the collar. Necklaces longer than the neckline complement this look beautifully. You could pair a boat neckline with a double row of pearls for a classic look or wear it with a slightly longer chain pendant for a simple look. Avoid anything shorter than this neckline especially chokers and also avoid anything that could fall down your neckline.
              • Off the Shoulder or Strapless
                • Sleeved or not, these tops look great with short necklaces like chokers or a long statement necklace. Layer different lengths for that boho look.
              • Collared Shirt
                • One way to pair a necklace with a collared shirt is by wearing the blouse buttoned to the top and with a statement necklace tucked under the collar and loose over the front of the shirt. A pearl strand will give it that Jackie O vibe. You can also wear the collar open and turn this neckline into a slight V-Neck which is perfect for layered chains and pendants.
              • Halter tops 
                • Avoid short necklaces and instead opt for a long necklace that reaches just below the shirt’s neckline.
              Pro Tip:
              Try lots of different combinations to see what looks good with your wardrobe and don't be afraid to layer several necklaces. Sometimes adding another necklace might just make your look perfect.

               

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