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Sizing Chart

Men's Necklace Sizing Chart
Women's Necklace Sizing Chart
necklace length chart

(Chain Size Chart)

Model (5'8"/173cm) is wearing a Micro Jesus Piece with 26" Franco chain

cross necklace size chart

Nano, Micro and Baby size "Harvey cross" sizing chart. 

real gold jesus chain

Nano, Micro and Baby size pendant sizing chart. 

 

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See 'Pendant Sizes' for more information!

See 'Pendant Sizes' for more information!

Pendant Size & Necklace Length Chart

It’s important to buy the right chain length so you can look your best when you wear it. Your body type and apparel style play a major role in how your chain looks, so keep that in mind as you view our necklace length chart.

Choose the Right Fit

The majority of our chains are available in even-number lengths ranging from 18”-30”. Our pendant size chart illustrates how our chains hang on an average-sized individual. Keep in mind that preference matters, and if you’re larger or smaller, you may need to adjust the size to compensate for your best length setup.
  • A chain that’s too snug can make your neck look overly bulky if you have a larger build. If you have a smaller frame, a tight chain can give your features a weaker look.
  • On the other hand, a chain that is too long can give an appearance of vulnerability to someone who’s smaller in stature. Those with a larger frame may look a bit more heavyset if their chain hangs too low.

Customize Your Chain

Our necklace length chart should help you to make an informed purchase. If you’ve studied our pendant size chart and you’re confident in your sizing, place your order today.
If you’re struggling to make a decision, send us a message now. We can help you choose the right size, or create a custom chain that fits your body type and personal style perfectly. Don’t overlook the importance of a solid fit. Check the necklace length chart, and then order the chain of your dreams at IF & Co.
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