Sheila has three different styles of bangles that feature throughout the range of collections; the closed bangle, hinged bangle and torque bangle.

Use the table below as a useful guide to selecting the size of bangle best suited to your measurements and style of chosen design.

If you have a measurement size for your wrist, we advise you to place this in the special instructions box in your shopping bag, before checking out. Our workshop can then ensure that they make your bangle to the best fit for you.

Sizing Table

 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Closed Bangle

190 – 196mm

197 – 203mm

203 – 209mm

210-215mm

216 -222mm

Hinged & Torque Bangle

 

150 – 158mm

159 – 164mm

165- 170mm

171-178mm

 

Closed Bangles

If you are unsure on which size to order for a closed bangle, we have a few tips for you. Rather than measuring your wrist size you need to measure the widest part of your hand.

To do this fold your thumb under your palm and touch the tip of your little finger, while keep your fingers straight. This folds your hand into as small a position as possible.

Next measure the size around your knuckles and refer to our sizing table as a guide to selecting the size of bangle for you.

Hinged Bangles 

Our hinged bangles are designed to fit closer to your wrist than a classic closed bangle. To get an idea of which size will fit you the best you will need to measure, in millimetres, snugly around your wrist. Next refer to our sizing table as a guide to choosing your bangles size.

If your wrist measures the top of a size range, we recommend that you size up.

Bangle Resistance

Our hinged bangles fasten securely due to the resistance in the bangle. This can loosen over time, which you will notice if it becomes easier to unclip your bangle. We recommend that you get in touch with us at the workshop if this happens and we will be able to advise you.

Torque Bangles

To get an idea of which size will fit you the best for these open style bangles, measure snugly around your wrist with a tape measure, make sure to do so in millimetres. Once you have this, refer to our sizing table as a guide to choosing your bangles size.

If your wrist measures the top of a size range, we recommend that you size up.