While anklets are becoming increasingly popular, the meaning of wearing one remains the same. Often worn by women in Asian culture to signify that they’re married, or on the left ankle as a talisman or to feature the protection of the evil eye as a charm or bead. Some say that when someone wears an anklet on their right foot it means they are single and have no lover. In some subcultures, however, if a person is married or in a committed relationship and wears anklets on their right foot, it means that they are looking to have an affair or fling. They are a beautiful, small accessory that is subtle, but when noticed, very sexy. Some people even say that when you wear an anklet, each step you take repels negative energy and vibrates positivity to everyone around you. If you frequently experience leg pain, numbness, tingling, or general weakness in your legs, wearing an anklet might be a great remedy for you. Wearing an anklet is particularly more helpful, especially with leg pain that originates from your lower back pain, traveling through your buttocks, down to your sciatic. anklet, in jewelry, bracelet worn around the ankle. Ornamental anklets have been worn for centuries, particularly in the East. Jewelry found in Persia and dating from the end of the 2nd millennium to the 7th century bc includes anklets, some decorated with animals such as an ibex with curving horns. For those who are placed under house arrest, many are required to wear an ankle monitor. Also known as a tether, GPS ankle monitor, or house arrest bracelet, these devices work to monitor an individual’s location. While in Western popular culture both younger men and women may wear casual leather anklets, they are popular among barefoot women. Formal anklets (of silver, gold, or beads) are used by some women as fashion jewellery. Anklets are an important piece of jewellery in Indian marriages, worn along with saris.