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5 Ways to Style a Tennis Bracelet

One of the most popular bracelet styles out there, the tennis bracelet has rightfully earned its place as a classic mainstay of fashion. With a simple design featuring a single row of diamonds that wraps around your wrist, it’s no wonder why this bracelet is so wildly popular.

If you have had one for some time you may be looking to switch things up and find more ways to wear your tennis bracelet.

Or, maybe you’re a lucky one and you’ve recently been gifted a tennis bracelet (by others or yourself) and you aren’t sure what to do with this classy new piece of jewelry. We got you.

No matter when you got your tennis bracelet, there are probably a few fun options for styling that you may not have considered yet. Here are 5 different ways that you can style your tennis bracelet.

1. Sweater and Jeans

We all love fall. Fall is the season for all of those fun fall festivals, turning leaves, pumpkin spice, and, of course, sweater weather. Why not add a little something extra to your go-to fall fit with your tennis bracelet?

Wear your favorite sweater, a comfy pair of blue jeans (or black jeans, if you prefer), and either boots or sneakers. Then add your tennis bracelet for that extra spice.

2. Leggings and a Jean Jacket

If wearing jeans is just not in the cards for your today (too close to “real pants”) then this look is for you.

Put on your favorite pair of leggings and a nice, flowy top, any color will do. Add your cutest denim jacket, a casual pair of sneakers, and your tennis bracelet for an outfit that looks like you put a lot more effort into it than you actually did.

3. Wear it With a Watch

If you need to know the time (or if you just have the cutest watch that you just have to wear), add a little something extra to your wrist. The addition of a tennis bracelet can be a subtle, classy way of refining your look and accentuating your watch.

This one works with watches made of any material, so you can rock a tennis bracelet whether your watch it made out of leather or silver.

4. Stack it with Other Bracelets

If you love your tennis bracelet but also have a ton of other bracelets that you don’t want feeling left out, throw them all on together. Since a tennis bracelet is thin and diamonds go well with everything (seriously, everything), you don’t have to worry about your tennis bracelet clashing with anything else you may decide to wear it with.

5. Any Evening Wear

If you’re going to a special event or date night with your partner, a tennis bracelet is the way to go. When you buy a new formal dress for every event, it can become quite a task to buy new jewelry for every different look you put on.

That’s when a tennis bracelet can come into play. With its simple design and brilliant shine, it looks polished and beautiful with every special occasion outfit. From floor-length gowns to cocktail dresses to suits, you can rest assure that a tennis bracelet will be just fancy enough for whatever event you are attending.

A Great Addition to Any Outfit

As you can see, a tennis bracelet is wonderfully versatile due to its simplicity and neutral color. Since it’s small and understated, it can add that last special something that your outfit may be missing. No matter how you choose to style your tennis bracelet, it’s sure to make any look a standout.

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