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Sometimes I think the jewelry on the red carpet just gets better and better, and this weekend’s 2019 Emmys was no exception! It’s no secret I LOVE to watch these Hollywood award shows so I can swoon over the jewelry! I mean, what’s better than offering my own commentary on style choices from the comfort of my living room?
So of course I have favorites. And I bet you do too. Let’s get into it!
As soon as I saw this woman (she played Dany on Game of Thrones), I called her earrings as best of the night. I mean, they’re OPAL – one of my favorite gemstones! And they’re so fabulously chunky! I found out later they’re from designer David Webb, which only makes sense. Because I LOVE everything he does! Besides the opal, I see diamonds, enamel, and sapphires. Just wow……
Best Earrings – Runners Up
First, let me say that A LOT of ladies wore dangly diamond earrings – Christina Applegate, Zendaya, Isla Fisher, Amy Adams, Brittany Snow, and Angela Bassett. In fact, that really seemed to be the trend. And they were lovely of course, but not particularly bold.
For that, I’m looking at Halsey, who wore these big morganite drop earrings. Pretty in pink, for sure!
And Maya Rudolph had some colorful sapphire earrings from Neil Lane.
And then there was Susan Kelechi Watson from This Is Us. She rocked some coral, pearl, and diamond earrings from Anabela Chan.
Another Game of Thrones actress nails it with this stunning Louis Vuitton diamond collar necklace. The beautiful Sophie Turner looks classy and elegant.
I also really liked Jenny McCarthy’s necklace. She did this whole hard pretty vibe where she wore combat boots and a spiky belt paired with her gorgeous dress. It didn’t really work for me, but I did love her necklace.
Best bracelet goes to Zendaya, for pulling off this massive diamond cuff bracelet from Cartier.
Best coordinated jewelry
Sometimes people do such a good job coordinating their jewelry without looking all matchy-matchy that I MUST call it out. This woman, Jameela Jamil from The Good Place did this like an absolute superstar. I am IN LOVE with every piece of jewelry – from her David Webb turquoise earrings, to her big aquamarine cocktail ring, and her (also David Webb) turquoise and diamond bracelet. Stunning – the whole lot! She looks like a million bucks.
So many stars wear diamonds! And I love diamonds, so it’s hard to pick a favorite. But in this category, I thought Margaret Qualley (from Fosse/Verdon) had a real elegance about her. The black and white dress was so striking, and it’s hard to do a belt properly on the red carpet. And her diamonds were understated, but still gorgeous because they were such interesting designs. The bow on the bracelet, the star on the earrings…. Everything is from Chanel, the dress and the jewelry. No surprise, Chanel always does well with black and white.
Busy Phillips wore some incredibly pretty flower hairpins from Irene Neuwirth. They’re carved gems (chalcedony, pink opal, tanzanite) in 18-karat gold with green tourmaline. I’m completely in love with how imaginative they are, I haven’t seem gemstones in those combinations. And her earrings were from Irene Neuwirth too, carved chalcedony and pearls. All of Busy’s jewelry is really giving me Belperron vibes (Susan Belperron was a famous European jewelry designer during World War II).
Rings are SO HARD to see on the red carpet. It’s such a shame that I’m not there, asking for close-ups…..
But check out this cool ring that Billy Porter wore. And the nails are pretty awesome too. I mean, they practically match!!!
I’m also swooning over these rings that Natasha Lyonne is wearing. The Russian Doll actress dressed all in gold too, like an absolute goddess.
Man with a Brooch
It seems like there’s always at least one guy wearing a brooch. I wish there were more. Yay for men wearing jewelry! I thought Terrence Howard, the actor from Empire, looked really classy.
Well, that’s what I saw that was notable. What about you? What were your favorites? Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments below.