WHAT SIZE EARRING DO I NEED?
This depends on the size of your earlobe and how high/low the holes in your ear are pierced. 8mm is very small, and for most people: too small. The 8mm is usually worn in the second hole, tightly around the ear. 10mm is still very small and usually worn in the first hole, also tightly around the ear. 12mm is slightly bigger, followed by 14mm etcetera.
For visual clarification, see picture below.
In the first hole you can see the 16mm, 14mm in the second and 12mm in the third hole. If your earlobe is smaller or bigger, or the location of your ear holes is different, the earrings might look slightly different on you, keep this in mind!
HOW DO I MEASURE MY RING SIZE?
Below, you will find a size chart. We use the European ring sizes in the left column. You can measure the diameter of a ring that you currently wear, or alternatively; the circumference of your finger. If you buy a ring, and it turns out it’s not the right size, you can always exchange or return it.
The picture under the size chart demonstrates how to measure the diameter of a ring and how to measure the circumference of your finger. We measure the rings with a ring sizer.