The Oscars 2013

jennifer2Did you watch the Oscars last night? While watching the celebrities arrive on the red carpet, I was noticing some trends in jewelry this year… Much like what I saw at the SAG Awards, most celebs wore bold earrings, with bracelets and rings, such as Jennifer Aniston, Charlize Theron, and Halle Berry…

Jennifer Garner wore a huge jaw dropping necklace, which was by Neil Lane, with lovely deep purple gown by Gucci. Her husband, Ben Affleck, won an Oscar for his movie “Argo.”

The prediction for jewelry was emeralds… but where were they at the Oscars?

The most talked about gowns and jewelry of the evening were worn by Oscar winners, Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway. While receiving her Oscar, Jennifer accidentally tripped on her long flowing white Dior Couture gown going on stage. Her lovely sparkling Chopard necklace, draped around her neck and fell down her backside, giving it a striking and elegant look. Anne’s necklace was quite amazing as well, as it had flower like designs of various shapes that also trickled elegantly down her back. Her jewelry was by Tiffany & Co. and was worth $485,000. Anne informed one of the E! Entertainment hosts that she picked out her Prada dress, just 3 hours before the event!


Also, Charlize Theron and Naomi Watts looked smashing in their modern gowns. Charlize was wearing a white Dior Couture gown and diamond jewelry by Harry Winston. Her bracelet had diamonds totaling over 100 carats. Naomi was wearing an amazing gunmetal metallic Georgio Armani Prive gown with drop earrings with 20-carat platinum and diamond drop earrings, and a platinum and diamond bracelet ($1.5 million total).


Which celebrity’s jewelry did you love the most? Post them in your comments below!

Blog post by ~ Jelene

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