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How to Wear a Tennis Bracelet

27th July 2021

by Tara W.

Tennis bracelets make great gifts for a loved one. It is a combination of the beautiful sparkle of the row of diamonds and the versatility of this bracelet style that makes it so coveted. If you are wondering how to wear a tennis bracelet, this article covers all your burning questions. 

What is a tennis bracelet?

A diamond tennis bracelet is a luxury bracelet style that consists of one or multiple rows of small diamonds connected by a thin precious metal chain. Due to the nature of the design and the number of diamonds required to create tennis bracelets, they can often command high prices. That said, a diamond tennis bracelet is designed to be cherished for life and passed down for generations. 


Which wrist should you wear a tennis bracelet on?

If you have ever wondered which wrist you should wear a diamond tennis bracelet on, there are no particular rules. Typically a tennis bracelet is worn on the left wrist, as most people are right-handed and therefore find it more comfortable to wear on their less dominant hand. Of course, if you are left-handed, you may find it more practical to wear your tennis bracelet on your right wrist. Plus, wearing your tennis bracelet on the opposite side of your writing hand also decreases the risk of damage to your bracelet. 

How to put on a tennis bracelet

To put on your tennis bracelet, slide the pin at one end of the bracelet into the slot at the other end of the bracelet to lock it in place. Fasten the safety clasp to keep it secure.

How to take off a tennis bracelet

To take off your tennis bracelet, you need to unhook the safety clasp until it is open and loose. Apply some pressure to the push button on the side of the clasp, then gently pull the sides of the bracelet to take it off.

How loose should a tennis bracelet be?

A tennis bracelet should be loose enough for your wrist to breathe without causing discomfort but tight enough so that it doesn't fall off or snag. Wondering how to check your tennis bracelet fits correctly? Make sure you can fit one finger between the tennis bracelet and your wrist. 

Can you wear a tennis bracelet every day?

Yes, you can wear a tennis bracelet every day. Wearing a thin diamond tennis bracelet with other bracelet styles is super on-trend and a great way to upgrade your style instantly. 

How to style a tennis bracelet

Diamond tennis bracelets are super versatile and provide many styling options. A single row diamond tennis bracelet is the most versatile as it looks great worn every day styled with a watch and layers of other bracelets. Multi-row diamond tennis bracelets are usually reserved for special events such as weddings or worn styled with an evening dress. Remember, there are no set rules, and how you choose to wear your diamond tennis bracelet should depend on your taste and style.




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