The Jewelry Insider

January 21, 2009

Before the excitement of this week’s Inauguration festivities fades into history, I thought it wise to share a way you can capture the feeling forever – in jewels.

The celebs came out in droves to the endless Inaugural Balls, wearing gowns, updos and baubles a kimbo. Get their Inaugural looks for less and kickoff your own fashion administration in style. Yes you can! We haven’t seen Ashley Judd in a while, but her classic red carpet style is always a winner. Her pearl-drop earrings fit in perfectly with the doyennes of DC , and these white sapphire and pearl drops will impress any economic advisor at only $85 from Zales.

The celebs came out in droves to the endless Inaugural Balls, wearing gowns, updos and baubles a kimbo. Get their Inaugural looks for less and kickoff your own fashion administration in style. Yes you can! We haven’t seen Ashley Judd in a while, but her classic red carpet style is always a winner. Her pearl-drop earrings fit in perfectly with the doyennes of DC , and these white sapphire and pearl drops will impress any economic advisor at only $85 from Zales.

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Lopez put the pesky marriage rumors to rest, as she and hubby Marc Anthony make a snuggly showing. Her champagne and black diamond earrings glittered as much as her resurfaced wedding ring. Pop the bubbly for your own pair in 10 karat gold!

 

 

 

 

 

Maura Tierney rocked the rotunda with her interlocking circle style. These golden eardrops give you two DC trends in one with a cultured pearl drop to help them come full circle.

 

 

 

 

 

Earth tones warmed up Gloria Ruben’s multi-colored gemstone look at the Creative Coalition Ball – and let’s face it, anything involving heat in a DC winter is a welcome sight. These smoky quartz, garnet, and citrine earrings keep the home fires burning and the ball gowns glowing. And the best part? They’re on sale!

 

 

 

 

 

Last but certainly not least is a diamond look worn by our First Lady, who danced the night away at what seemed like an endless ball circuit. Luckily, she had a capable partner to give her a hand.

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