Step up your accessories game with our collection of anklets, featuring delicate chains and playful charms to add a touch of bohemian flair to any outfit.


Add some dazzle to your foot by shopping Grahams' extensive range of anklets.

The ultimate Spring-Summer accessory, anklets are the perfect way to dress up your favourite pair of sandals or thongs. An incredibly versatile piece of jewellery, you can take anklets from the beach to the bar.

With an array of elaborate designs, you can pick up everything from timeless 9-carat gold anklets to shining sterling silver anklets. Add some sparkle with a glittering cubic zirconia stone or a pop of colour with a stone in your favourite hue. Bring a dash of playfulness to your look with charms consisting of love heart motifs, butterflies, feathers, dreamcatchers and more. You could even add your own charms and use them to commemorate those special moments in your life such as the birth of a baby, a milestone birthday or even a memorable holiday.

With multiple chain styles to choose from in Grahams’ range, you can pick a piece that coordinates well with the bracelets and necklaces in your collection. You will find everything from curb chains, a classic design featuring flat interlocking links to the stylish Singapore chains which boast an elegant twist design. If you are after an anklet with a more minimalist look, opt for a piece featuring a Figaro chain - an understated design consisting of square and rectangular links.

How to choose the right anklet

Personal Style 

Anklets can be a great way to express your personal style and complete your look. Anklets come in various designs with a range of pendants to choose from. You can choose to go simple with a chain anklet, or add a touch of customisation with an initial pendant, a meaningful symbol or a glittering gemstone, the opportunities are limitless. You can choose to adorn one pendant or two. Anklets are subtle too, which means that they are versatile to suit any occasion and can be worn with a variety of different outfits. 

Selecting the right material 

There are a range of materials to choose from such as silver anklets and gold anklets, depending on which colour you prefer. If you want to wear your anklet a lot throughout the day, and don’t want to worry about tarnishing, then you should try to avoid silver and gold plated jewellery (unless it is silver filled). These pieces will last a lot longer and can be worn each day with peace of mind. If you prefer something lightweight, opt for a thin and dainty chain that can hardly be felt. For something more solid, you can go for a heavier chain with a bolder look. 

Fit and Size

The fit and size of an anklet depends on several factors including the wearer's ankle size and the preferred fit (tight, loose or in between). Start by measuring your anklet size and comparing it to the measurements of the jewellery. You can then decide how long you would like the anklet depending on the desired fit. Many anklets are adjustable which means that you can change the size of the anklet to suit your needs. 

Types of anklets 

Traditional Anklets

Traditional Anklets are a type of jewellery that are worn around the anklet and are commonly worn in many cultures as a decorative item. Today, they can look like an array of different designs, from dainty chains with petite pendants, to heavier chains. Traditionally anklets were worn as decorative items, as well as spiritual symbols to ward off evil spirits. They were crafted in all sorts of materials from leather and fabric to shells and stones, anklets were made from natural found objects, and many anklets to this day pay homage to their origins. 

Fashion Anklets

An anklet, also known as an ankle chain or ankle bracelet, is a type of jewellery that is worn around the ankle. In the fashion industry, anklets have been a popular accessory for many years and have evolved over time to include a wide variety of styles and designs. In recent years, anklets have gained popularity as a versatile accessory that can be worn with various types of footwear, including sandals, flip flops, and even sneakers. They can also be dressed up or down depending on the occasion, making them a great addition to any jewellery collection.

Spiritual and Religious Anklets

Anklets can hold spiritual and religious significance for many people across the world. In some Christian denominations, wearing an anklet may symbolise obedience to God as well as serve as a reminder of their devotion to their faith. In many other religions, wearing an anklet was thought to bring good luck to its wearer. Because anklets are not bound to one religion or culture, it is okay for anyone to rock a stunning anklet.

Complete your look with a stylish pendant or a bold pair of dangling drop earrings. With women’s jewellery and men’s jewellery to suit every kind of style and lifestyle, you are bound to find the perfect piece that tickles your fancy in Grahams’ blossoming collection.

Find the biggest range of diamond, gold, silver and rose gold jewellery in-store and online today at Grahams. Sparkle now and pay later with our various finance options on offer through Afterpay, Zip, humm and Latitude Interest Free.  

What does wearing an anklet mean?

An anklet is a popular accessory. It’s worn to express your personality and stand out from the crowd. They can be worn to bring good luck or as a symbol of someone you love and care about. They’re great for showing off your favourite charms and you can easily coordinate with any outfit.

On which leg is an anklet worn?

It really doesnt matter which leg an anklet is worn on. People tend to wear their anklets on either the right or the left foot. 

How should an anklet fit?

Like a ring, an anklet will fit snugly on your ankle. However, unlike a ring, it will wrap around and clasp at the front rather than the back. There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to wear them. 

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