Corsage Bracelets -- How to Size your Wrist


Corsage bracelets come in all different styles and colors and most importantly different sizes. This is always a big concern for me, because I have a tiny wrist and corsages tend to be big. Lucky for you, we've found several different bracelet styles to fit all wrist sizes!

To know what type of bracelet you should choose, you first have to measure your wrist. All you need is a piece of string, a marker and a ruler. Take the string and wrap it around your wrist so it's just touching your skin. It's not squeezing you but not loose and dangling either. Then take the marker and mark the length of string that goes around your wrist. Lay the string flat against the ruler, and measure to your marked point -- that is your wrist size.

Measure your wrist for Prom Corsage

Your wrist size will fall under one of the following categories:
Small wrist = 5-1/2 inches or smaller
Average wrist = 6 to 6 1/2 inches
Large wrist = 7 inches or larger

Bracelet Types:
Snap-It - These bracelets are flexible and generally fit any wrist size.
Rhinestone - Fit any average to large sized wrist and are loose on smaller wrists.
Pearls - Are a snug fit even for small wrists.
Sequins - Are a snug fit for most wrist sizes.
Bubble - Is a snug fit for any size wrist as well.