An anklet as the name suggests, is an ornament worn by women around the ankle. It is also known as ankle chain or ankle bracelet.
Anklets can be made of gold, silver, leather, plastic, nylon or other materials as well.
Silver anklets are more popular in India and is considered an important jewellery.
Anklet can be categorized into flexible or inflexible based on its construction.
The flexible anklet is one which is made by tying links in a chain.
Examples are: Paayal, Pajeb or Jhanjhar more popular in India.
The inflexible anklet is one which is made by giving shape to a flat metal sheet or rubber.
The markets are swarming with a range of exotic anklets made up of beads, chains, gemstones and embellishments.
Anklets add a touch of brilliance and sparkle to any outwear that you wear. You just need to pair an appropriate anklet with the desired outfit.
Anklets with a series of chain designed together to exhibit an intricate web of chains will look good with all your traditional clothes.
The drape of an anklet varies from person to person. Some prefer a drape that falls above the ankle, fitting the ankle almost tightly. On the other hand, some may prefer a looser drape reaching below the ankle bone.