We talked about the reemergence of anklets into high fashion and what you must avoid to make sure your anklet styling foray doesn't begin on the wrong foot.
Since we've had our anklets for a while we've figured out a few ideas to make sure you can spot your ankle with absolute sophistication:
Make sure it fits.
The optimal length for your anklet depends on your personal taste. However, you have to make sure that it's not too tight, otherwise, it might cut into your skin or break because of the pressure when you move. On the other hand, you don't want it to be so long that it's falling off your ankle or dragging on the floor. Wear it looser if you don't mind it moving as you walk.
Wear it with clothes that show your legs
This may seem redundant but we've seen people wearing anklets under tights and over them. What's the point if people can't see it?
You could wear it with dresses, any shorts or cropped trousers to add an instant dose of Bohemian luxe.
Wear it with all types of sandals
Choosing to wear sandals when you're wearing anklets not only allows the anklets to be visible but it also pairs with the whole boho-luxe feel that anklets give off.
Go for thin metal chains.
We talked about how large anklets are impractical. They are loud and detract from the chic look. Instead, make a statement with thinner more delicate necklaces.
Wear it to the right places.
You obviously shouldn't wear anklets to your workplace if the dress is business professional. But do wear one to the office party. It's also perfect for musical festivals and days at the beach. Is there any other jewelry you can think of that can is more appropriate for music festivals? So put it on and channel your inner musical goddess.
Triangle Charms Anklet in Silver ($88)
Bird Anklet in Rose Gold ($88)
Colorful Rose Gold Anklet ($88)
Rose Gold Clover Anklet ($88)
Rose Gold Mimosa Anklet ($45)
Rose Gold Star Anklet($88)
Rose Gold Triangle Anklet ($88)
Rose Gold Elephant Anklet ($88)
Silver Colorful Drop Anklet ($88)