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Pearl Bracelets

By Geraldine Akutu
20 February 2016   |   3:48 am
BRACELETS draw attention to the beauty of wrists and hands. Their gentle jingle is a constant reminder of a sparkling presence that turns even an everyday outing into a more festive occasion. They are available in various designs and sizes depending on the wearer’s choice and could be worn with traditional attires, formal wear or…

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BRACELETS draw attention to the beauty of wrists and hands. Their gentle jingle is a constant reminder of a sparkling presence that turns even an everyday outing into a more festive occasion.

They are available in various designs and sizes depending on the wearer’s choice and could be worn with traditional attires, formal wear or casual outfits.

As a result of their classy look, celebrities are seen wearing these bracelets as decorative accessories. Even, contemporary women continue to keep the bracelet and embrace this trend.

Pearl jewelry has maintained its popularity since ancient times. It is a must-have fashion accessory that look lovely on its own and used to mix and match with other types of bracelets as well.

Measuring for a pearl bracelet is an interesting job. The first requirement is to measure the wearer’s wrist with a tape.

The most standard measurements range between 6.5 inches to 8.5 inches with the exception of excessively thin women and children. However, it is quite common for taller women to have larger, that is, 9-inch wrists.

Those who like a pearl bracelet snug should choose the length approximately closest to the size of their wrist. If a wrist size is of 7.7 inches, an 8-inch pearl bracelet should be selected. On the contrary, those who prefer a loose fit should choose bracelets larger by 0.5 inch to 1 inch compared to a snug-fit bracelet.

The most common size for a pearl bracelet is 7.5 inches.