Meet Trevise


CEO Trevise Douglas is a loving wife and mother, a passionate educator, an artistic jewelry designer and fashion buyer. As the proud daughter and granddaughter of lifelong entrepreneurs, Trevise was destined to be an innovative business owner. 

Raised in the beautiful Jamaican countryside of St Ann, she spent much of her early life as a quintessential farm girl. Whether spending summer evenings rocking on a homemade wooden swing or watching her grandfather, Norris Smith, lasso a feisty bull on the family farm while donning one of his stylish cowboy hats tilted perfectly to the side, Trevise’s adolescence was superbly bucolic.

Trevise’s entrepreneurial spirit was first fueled by her mother, Winnifred Smith, and her father, Trevor Smith. She learned all she could from her “parental power couple” as they traveled as merchants and conducted business between Jamaica and New York. It was inevitable that she would try her hand at her own entrepreneurial pursuits. At the age of 19 with her parents’ guidance, Trevise opened her first successful beauty salon in New York City.

Trevise’s commitment to philanthropy is also arguably genetic. It was on the family farm in Jamaica that she learned not only the power of a good work ethic, but also the value of giving back. The Smith family continues to improve the lives of many in and around the surrounding community. This familial guiding principle serves as the foundation upon which Trevise Douglas LLC is built and it is of this value that Trevise is most proud. The Trevise Douglas story perfectly blends its CEO's joie de vivre, commitment to education and philanthropic work into a brand worth watching and wearing!

Size Guide

Size Chart

We created the chart below to help you choose the perfect-fitting jewelry.

These charts are available for you to print. Should you have any questions, our Customer Care Specialists will be glad to assist you. Please email us at

Ring Size Chart

To determine your ring size, measure your finger at the end of the day when it is neither hot nor cold.

Measure the finger of the hand on which you intend to wear the ring.  Wrap a strip of paper around the finger, ensuring that you leave enough room to slide the ring over your knuckle.

Mark the spot where the paper strip meets and use a ruler to measure the length in millimeters (mm).  This is the circumference of your finger, which corresponds to EU ring sizing.


Choose your ring size based on the chart below.  If you are between sizes, opt for the larger size.
To determine your ring size using a ring you already own, PRINT THE SIZE CHART.
Ring Chart
Women's Ring Size
2 1/2 43 mm
3 44.2 mm
3 1/2 45.5 mm
4 46.8 mm
4 1/2 48 mm
5 49.3 mm
5 1/2 50.6 mm
6 51.9 mm
6 1/2 53.1 mm
7 54.4 mm
7 1/2 55.7 mm
8 57 mm
8 1/2 58.3 mm
9 59.5 mm
9 1/2 60.8 mm
10  mm
Bracelet Size Chart
Compare your wrist measurement to the chart below, and choose the corresponding bracelet size. To determine your wrist measurement, PRINT THE SIZE CHART.
Women’s Bracelets & Cuffs Size
Actual Wrist Measurements Bracelet Size
4 5/8 — 5’’ X-Small
5 1/8 — 5 1/2’’ Small
5 5/8 — 6’’ Medium
6 1/8 — 6 1/2’’ Large
6 5/8 — 7’’ X-Large
7 1/8 — 7 1/2’’ 2X-Large
7 5/8 — 8’’ 3X-Large

Women's Bangles Size
Width of Fist Bangle Size
2 1/4’’ Small
2 1/2’’ Medium
2 3/4’’ Large