So you want to wear an ankle bracelet this summer? Sure, why not?
I like ankle bracelets, even if I don't usually wear one regularly.
I like the whole theory behind it that if you wear it on your right ankle it means you are sentimentally "taken", while if you wear it on your left ankle it means you are "single". I am all for facilitating communication.
What about a woman that wears one on each ankle? Easy! It means "married and looking" ;)
I like wearing the anklet in the summer, with perfectly tanned and toned legs... as I was saying, I don't wear one often.
But I am planning on changing that, in fact, I will start looking for a pretty ankle bracelet to wear during these hot weekends... and I say weekends because I think there are some rules that should be followed in order to avoid an anklet fashion faux pas.
1) The ankle bracelet has a flirty and sexy connotation, so it's a bit tacky to wear one in an office environment that implements business attire. If you work in a tattoo parlor, by any means, you can keep wearing it.
2) There is an age limit. It's hard to say when to stop wearing it, but since it's a sexy thing, then maybe you shouldn't wear it anymore after... hmm... say 55-60 years old? I would even say stop at 45 years old. Or you could stop at the same time you stop having sex. I mean what's the point of false advertisement? Comment below if you don't agree.
3) Don't wear it under stockings! It doesn't look right and you'll rip the stockings.
Not really a rule, more of a suggestion:
4) Be creative. We've seen million of plain old Jane anklets. The cute little chain, sometimes with charms.
Try to go for something more fun and different.
I like this idea of stacking many colorful anklets together (try to wear these under stockings!)
Now we're talking summer!
Another idea that I have not really seen anywhere, but that I would like to try is a soft band anklet, preferably in a metallic color like this silver one, unfortunately still attached to a shoe.
And how about you? Will you wear an anklet this summer? Do you think it has a sexy connotation or it's just another piece of jewelry?