Everyone is different. Unique in their own way. Living in Singapore, we have friends of different races and religions. Our openness to diversity is something to cherish and remind ourselves what is special about life on this sunny island.
The safety pin from the Everyday Promises collection symbolises a promise to be open to differences and protect diversity. The Safety Pin movement started when commuters in the U.K. wore the safety pin on their shirts to declare that whatever your race, gender or religion, you were safe with them and would be protected if harassed. For us, the safety pin also holds a meaningful promise that we accept our loved ones for who they are and will protect them from harm. An apt reminder in our current global climate of uncertainty and fear -- Be kind, keep calm and live on. We are in this together.
In addition to being a meaningful reminder, the Safety Pin Duo and Pearl clip will inject a youthful edge and a whole lot of diverse styles to your pearl necklace repertoire. No longer bound by just one look for serious occasions, dress up or down to your pearls to suit different occasions. From special days to everyday.
Here are some ways you can wear the Carrie K. Pearl necklace for different occasions:
A lighthearted look for brunch with friends:
A conversation starter for networking nights:
Elegance with a playful twist for everyday:
Does this Everyday Promise speak to you? If you’d like to create different looks with a set of pearls or would like to inject new life to your own pearls, book a complimentary Pearl Bar workshop with our stylist.
We are also offering alternative appointment options during this period.
1. Private appointment at our Carrie K. studio at National Design Centre.
2. Private appointment at the comfort of your home or office.
3. Video call appointment.
Our new Everyday Promises collection will also be available for free local shipping.
1. Measure your fingers at the end of day as your finger size will be different at different times of the day.
Fingers tend swell up during the course of the day as your blood pressure rises.
2. Measure your finger size 3 to 4 times to get a more accurate measure.
3. Your fingers might also swell if you are pregnant or if you are on medication. Take this into account when measuring your fingers.
Here are some tips on how you can measure your finger:
First, cut a cardboard strip measuring 0.5cm wide and 15cm long.
Then, wrap the cardboard around the finger to be sized.
Once it’s done, slide the cardboard up to the knuckle, as the ring must be sized large enough to able to slip off and on, over the knuckle.
Next, use a pen to mark on the cardboard where the long end overlaps.
Measure the mark from the end of the length of paper or string with a ruler.
Locate your ring size by locating your measurement against our size chart.
Should the measurement falls in between two sizes, we recommend that you choose the larger size.
|Inner Circumference||Carrie K. Size/ US, Canada, Mexico||UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand||Italy, Spain, Netherlands||France||Germany|
|46.8 mm||4||H||6.75||46 1/2||15|
|48 mm||4.5||I||8||47 3/4||15 1/4|
|49.3 mm||5||J 1/2||9.25||49||15 3/4|
|50.6 mm||5.5||K 1/2||10.5||50 1/4||16|
|51.9 mm||6||L 1/2||11.75||52 3/4||16 1/2|
|53.1 mm||6.5||M 1/2||13.25||54||17|
|54.4 mm||7||N 1/2||14.5||55 1/4||17 1/4|