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Grand Slam Stack

Sale price$380.00

The French Open: Where athleticism meets elegance on the clay courts. This Grand Slam Stack celebrates women's tennis, showcasing fierce competition, iconic players, and stunning fashion. It's a stage for female athletes to shine, inspiring generations and leaving an indelible mark on the sport.


All Weather Bangle® Size Chart

To make sure you choose the right bangle sizing for you, refer to this bangle size chart:


Circumference of Knuckles


7 inches / 17.8 CM


7.5 inches / 19.1 CM


8 inches / 20.3 CM

Extra Large

8.5 inches / 21.6 CM


Many jewelry lovers who don’t know how to measure a bangle bracelet properly will make the mistake of only measuring the circumference of their wrists. It’s true that All Weather Bangles are meant to be worn on your wrist, just like all other bracelets. However, it’s actually more important to measure the circumference of your knuckles when choosing your BuDhaGirl bangle size.

In order to slide your bangle onto your wrist, it will have to comfortably pass over your knuckles. And if you focus on your wrist size when ordering your bangle, it won’t have that classic yet elegant fit that our clients love. That’s why your knuckles are more important for bangle measurement than your wrist.

Ready to learn how to measure bangle size in inches? There are two ways that BuDhaGirl recommends measuring your knuckles for bangle bracelet sizes: with a tape measure or without. Whichever method you use, a fabulous fit for your All Weather Bangles is only a few quick steps away!   

How to Measure Bangle Size With a Tape Measure

The below guide shows you how to measure bangle size with tape.

Before you order your next set of All Weather Bangles, it’s important to make sure that you’re choosing the right size. Using measuring tape to test your bangle size measurement is one of the most accurate ways to make sure your new favorite piece of jewelry will fit properly.

Take your tape measure and wrap it all the way around your knuckles while your hand is relaxed. Make sure the tape measure is only wrapped around the four fingers on top of your hand and not your thumb, as you can always tuck your thumb in while you slide on your bangles.

Note the number that the end of your tape measure reaches when wrapped completely around your knuckles. This number is the circumference of your knuckles in inches. Then, check the bangle size chart above and choose the size that matches your circumference. 


• Download the All Weather Bangles Sizing Guide by clicking on the button below.


• Watch the below video for the next steps:

How to Measure Bangle Size Without a Tape Measure

No tape measure in sight? No problem! You can still easily (and accurately) figure out how to measure for a bangle bracelet without one. 

Above, you’ll find a pink button labeled “Print Size Guide.” When you click this button, it will route you to a new window. On the left side of the Size Guide window, you’ll find pink bars that accurately measure out 7, 7.5, 8, and 8.5 inches. Print this page, and you’ll have your own BuDhaGirl tape measure!

Once the Size Guide page is printed, you can use the pink measurements on the side just as you would a tape measure. You should cut out this part to make it easier to use. Wrap it around your knuckles, and the corresponding number will let you know which size bangle you should purchase.  

Tips When Buying All-Weather Bangles

Now that you understand how to measure bangle size with the bangle size chart, you can easily choose the right size for your future orders. Here are some tips to make the most out of your BuDhaGirl jewelry.

Once you follow the steps and determine the circumference of your knuckles, the number may not exactly match one of the sizes on our bangle size chart. You’re not alone! When this happens, we recommend sizing up rather than sizing down. Our bangles can press inward in order to stretch over a tight fit, but you’ll be much more comfortable with a bangle that’s slightly larger rather than too small.

To make it even easier to slip on your bangles, try covering your hand with a material similar to crepe or silk. This will make your bangle glide smoothly onto your wrist without too much pressure on your knuckles. We recommend this technique for jewelry lovers with sensitive skin.

Ready to find your perfect fit? Shop our collection of All Weather bangles today!


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Send us an image on our Contact Us page with the tape around your hand, and we will let you know your best fit!

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