My post, today, is about the only three red carpet precious fine jewelry trends you need to know… You must have noticed that celebrity stars believe there is nothing more glamorous than wearing enough diamonds to merit a body guard at the prestigious events.
So, even though I am waiting to see the punk trends from the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Met, I am surely not changing my mind about these classic stylish diamond trends. Here, is your glam fix that is not just an evening Hollywood star affair.
Stylish Fine Jewelry Trends
Stacked Diamond Bracelets
Hello classic diamond bracelets. Charlize Theron wore the best jewelry at 85th Academy Awards. I am loving stacked bracelets. The precious”stackables” are created in platinum for durability, A-listers are sporting high carat counts but you can achieve this beautiful look at a more affordable price point.
I love all versions of tennis diamond bracelets, they are classy and can be worn with other statement bracelets or even costume jewelry for a more edgy look.
Necklace Worn Backwards
One of the major trends that started with the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s staring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, in 1961, was to wear a necklace backwards. I loved the Chopard’s reverse necklace Jennifer Lawrence wore at the 2013 Oscars. Also, Oscar winner Anne Hathaway wore a statement necklace that flowed down the back rather than the front.
The Eternity Bands
The season’s chicest trend is wearing classic jewelry. The eternity bands are the most beautiful symbols of love. I love the three different eternity rings Jennifer Garner is wearing in the image below. I wear mine and a heart ring all the time.
Images- whowhatwear, huffingtonpost.ca, purseblog.com, elbowsandkneesblog.com, Chanel
Which trend is your favorite?
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Beautiful post Nina! I hope you enjoyed your weekend 🙂
Yes very much thanks! 🙂
Shine like a Diamond!
i adore wearing pearls backwards and stacking bracelets but to stack rings i really think it depends on the finger…
It depends on the rings too… thin eternity bands are stackable 🙂 I stack rings too when I can 🙂