Brilliantly Beautiful Ways to Style Your Fitness Tracker
How To Style Your Fitness Tracker
Fitness trackers—we love 'em! Some might even say we're addicted to them. And one of the perks of being on the #ShapeSquad is that we get to try out a ton of them. But whether we're wearing a sleek band, an analog tracker, or a clip-on, the struggle remains the same: How can we work our outfits around this? That's where this arm candy inspo comes in.
Keep It Simple
A tracker that looks like a watch is easier to style. Stack on a few thinner metal braclets like this and you're done.
Embrace Interchangeable Straps
Some trackers let you swap out the braclet material. Leather is always a classic choice, here made even sweeter with the addition of a single plain gold bangle.
Pile Them High
Stack your bracelets as high as you want, but to keep things feeling pulled together, try to incorporate the same color throughout—here, blue.
Try This Sophisticated Look
Black on black on black is always chic.
If your fitness tracker is white and gold with a little sheen, keep your other jewelry consistent.
Go next-level monochrome and match your tracker to your hair. (Heart-eyed emoji for days.)
Bling It Up
A jewel-and-metal heavy wrap bracelet takes your fitness tracker style to the next level.
Create a Theme
This look combines two thematic techniques: repeating shapes and repeating colors.
Cover It Up
Some designers create cages or covers for your favorite tracker, like the Tory Burch for Fitbit version shown here, as an easy way to add some flair to a more functional-looking band.
Keep It Classy
Further mask an already-decorated tracker by layering on additional bracelets.
Another glitzy cover for a Jawbone Up tracker, this one created by Baublebar.
Think Outside the Wrist
With a Baublebar cage hiding the tracker inside, no one will know your necklace is secretly counting your steps.
Show It Off Solo
A bulkier tracker like this almost demands a bare wrist.
Pair It with Body Art
If you don't want the commitment of a tattoo, a flash tattoo adds a little sparkle and is an unexpected way to set off a metallic tracker.
Match It with Friends
Coordinated trackers are basically the new friendship bracelets.