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Red Carpet Report: 2015 Emmy Jewelry Trends

Oh how we love the red carpet! Last night we watched the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (for the jewelry of course!), and are here to report on the top Emmy jewelry trends. Check em’ out!

Bangles & Cuffs Bangles and cuffs were all over the red carpet (and they’re a hot fall jewelry trend!). Amy Poehler showcased a new look with a black dress, long, hair, and bangles galore by Neil Lane. Natasha Lyonne’s arm shined with black, gold, and diamond bangles. Shop for this fall’s bangle trend at Jewelry.com.


Gemstone Earrings Gemstones on the red carpet just make our hearts sing, and this year the red carpet was full of them. Julie Bowen paired her black ensemble with some lovely green earrings by Monica Vinader, while Jaimie Alexander wore gorgeous purple drops by Baccarat. Shop for your own pair of gemstone earrings at Jewelry.com.


Diamond Earrings Diamond earrings were in, and the more whimsical the better! Sofia Vergara matched her gold gown with a unique pair of diamond statement earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. Julia Louis Dreyfus showed off an amazing oval-shaped Chopard pair. Treat yourself to a new pair of diamond earrings at Jewelry.com.


What were your favorite Emmy jewelry looks? Share with us in the comment section below!




The Jewelry Insider

October 7, 2008

Diamond divas lit up the Emmys. Celebrities such as Heidi Klum, Eva Longoria, Tiny Fey and Brooke Shields rocked the Emmys’ red-carpet with Right-Hand rings and dazzling diamonds.

60th Emmy Awards

Diamonds were the theme of this year’s 60th Emmy Awards, and the stars certainly got the memo.
We were thrilled to see the wattage soar on the red carpet, but even more excited to see the empowering
Right Hand Ring statement on the fingers of celebs from host Heidi Klum to our favorite lawyer, Cynthia Nixon. Now that’s some serious girl power.

Unlike engagement and wedding rings, which are worn on a woman’s left hand and never removed, Right Hand Rings are bought by women to celebrate their individuality and reward themselves “just because.”

Heidi KlumChoosing a Right Hand Ring for yourself or your favorite gal pal is the easy part, but how do you know what finger to wear it on? It’s easy. Look to the stars.

According to the rules of palmistry, whichever finger you choose represents more than you probably realize. Traditionally, palmists say that your potential at birth is revealed in the left hand, while the right hand represents your adult self and shows what you have done with your innate abilities and character traits.

If you veer towards wearing a ring on the Forefinger of your right hand, like actress Sarah Paulsen did on Emmy night, then this indicates that you’re probably confident, ambitious and driven.

If you are the type of person that never gives up, has a strong inner-discipline and likes the finer things in life, then the Middle Finger is likely the one you’ll raise. No surprise that Heidi Klum wore her giant Lorraine Schwartz blackened platinum and diamond stunner on her middle digit, and the multi-talented and always-working Tina Fey followed suit.

Cynthia NixonFinally, there’s no coincidence why so many celebrities wear their Right Hand Rings on the Ring Finger. This finger represents emotional expression and creativity. Brooke Shields, Eva Longoria, Cynthia Nixon, and Kate Walsh all raised their fourth finger in honor of their ‘right brain’ on Emmy night.

So whether you’re a red carpet junkie or a woman who prefers to keep it real, there are Right Hand Rings to suit your personal style. That’s the beauty of it. And Jewelry.com has oodles of gorgeous selections for you to choose from – from icy diamonds to gemstones in every color of the rainbow.

Women of the world, the sky is the limit. Raise your right hand and reach for the stars!

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The Jewelry Insider

September 22, 2008

Jewelry Fashion Dazzles for Emmy’s Diamond

Emmy's Fashion Winners

Diamonds dripped on the red carpet as TV’s biggest stars celebrated the Primetime Emmy Award’s diamond anniversary. Appropriately, the celebs (and their devoted stylists) didn’t skimp in the jewelry department. Diamond statement necklaces, diamond right hand rings and the new diamond pin trend made bold appearances along with earring looks that ranged from the traditional stud to the dangling chandelier.

Fashion winners included Sandra Oh in a stunning Oscar de la Renta retro-style black lace dress with a ribbon sash and an icey 5.5 carats of emerald cut, Bulgari diamonds on each ear. America Ferrara was anything but ugly in a dramatic Fred Leighton 19th Century diamond flower necklace, paired with 2.5-carat, old mine-cut diamond pendant earrings, a rose-cut diamond cluster bracelet and a 19th century diamond line bracelet.

Emmy's Fashion Winners

Host Heidi Klum’s gorgeous diamond butterfly earrings far outshined her flat onstage performance. Brooke Shields and Nicolette Sheridan dazzled in the season’s hottest colors: fuschia and plum, and their diamond statement earrings rivaled those of Kate Walsh in Neil Lane and the always-stunning Debra Messing in 19th century diamond fan pendants from Fred Leighton.

Perhaps the most anticipated red carpet return was Cristina Applegate who didn’t disappoint in gorgeous fancy colored diamond chandelier drops and a trendy asymmetrical Reem Acra gown with metallic patches.

“I think Applegate was one of the best dressed of the night,” said stylist Marie Alice Stephenson. “She was glamorous, elegant and she pushed it.”

Emmy's Fashion Missteps

And while it’s hard to make diamonds look bad, of course there were your tried-and-true fashion missteps. Actress Kat Kramer was all wrong in a yellow gown and diamond earrings so long they almost scraped her navel. Kathy Griffin – love the show, hate the gaudy metallic number, the goddess hair and the gold earrings. Ghost Whisperer, Jennifer Love Hewitt ruined a gorgeous Carolina Herrara gown with a misplaced diamond Y-neck and a slumber party-inspired updo. And actress, Christina DeRosa in that unfortunate white fan dress? Well, words fail us here.

If you too want to dazzle in honor of Emmy, visit Jewelry.com for a dizzying array of diamond jewelry styles from statement necklaces to drop earrings to the always-empowering right hand ring. And for a complete list of last night’s big winners, click here.

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