Tennis star, Chris Evert donning a tennis bracelet


In honor of Wimbledon next week, we’ve curated an assortment of swoon-worthy tennis bracelets to be sported on and off the court.


While the tennis bracelet has been around for a while, it wasn’t coined as such until Chris Evert (former no 1 world tennis player) made it a wardrobe staple during matches, pairing it with her tennis whites. In 1978, the bracelet caught everyone’s attention, famously falling off Evert during a match at the US Open. Play was halted to search for the diamond bracelet, making it a literal showstopper. Since then, this dainty accessory has gained notoriety and become a signature piece of many, from everyday wear to black tie. Check out our edit below.

Featured above from left to right:

18k white gold diamond tennis bracelet by Extensible. 2.30ctw diamonds, Color: f/g, clarity: vs2-si1. $5225

Tiara collection 18k white gold diamond tennis bracelet by Kwiat. 2.01ctw diamonds, color: g/h, clarity:si1. $4950

18k yellow gold pink-orange spinel bracelet by Philip Zahm.  5.87ctw pink-orange spinels.  $6000