The ‘Make it Wearable’ challenge by Intel has made wearable devices the fad of the tech world. So when it comes to IOT, these devices are at the heart of every discussion. As of 2014, there were more than 35 million connected wearable devices, pushing the limits of innovation, allowing IOT to continue evolving. Efficiency achieved by various wearables such as glasses, wrist wear and hearables is impeccable, getting us closer to where these devices will be of exceptional value to our lives. At the CES (Consumer Electronics Show)2016, we witnessed a full range of wearables most of which consisted of activity trackers, embedded sensors in clothing, smart watches, smart glasses to simulate virtual reality and augmented reality headsets. The IOT platform compliments the wearable technology through the read-to-use applications and functions it already possesses. With the aid of microchips, interoperability between devices is achieved, such as security, profile management, data collection and other features. Therefore, the development of an advanced wearable application system is made easy and can even be done in a matter of days. No matter the evolution of these devices, the integration element in IOT will provide it with an extensive range of features and applicability.