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We’re going Gaga over the fashion and jewelry trends from the 91st Annual Academy Awards

Which 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trends from the red carpet did you like best? 

On February 24th, the 91st annual Academy Awards aired from Hollywood. For the first time since 1989, the show had no host. Yet, everything went off without a hitch!
As expected, the stars brought their A-game this year. The fashion was mostly reserved, allowing jewelry to shine brightly under the spotlight. Much like the GRAMMY Awards earlier this year, pink and rose tones were the night’s biggest colors. Countless celebs — Kacey Musgraves, Angela Bassett, Maya Rudolph, Sarah Paulson, Jennifer Hudson, and yes, even Jason Mamoa — wore some shade of rosy pink on the red carpet. It seems that Millennial Pink won’t go down without a fight!

Here are a few of the leading 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trends.

Gaga Over The Tiffany Diamond

 

All eyes were on Lady Gaga! She channeled major Audrey Hepburn vibes in a nostalgic Alexander McQueen gown and timeless updo. But it was her stunning necklace that caught the most attention. Gaga donned The Tiffany Diamond, a 128.54-carat yellow diamond owned by Tiffany & Co. The stone was discovered by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1877. The fabulous yellow diamond was last worn by Audrey Hepburn in 1961 as she promoted her feature film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. One of the largest yellow diamonds in the world, the necklace is estimated to be worth over $30 million.

Plenty of Pink

Once again, pink made a splash on the red carpet. The rosy shade made the stars glow so graciously. Angela Bassett looked incredible in her bright pink gown, while Jason Mamoa stole the show in his light pink velvet suit. It seems pink is here to stay, so load up on your morganite, pink sapphire, and topaz. And to match this top 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trend, mix pink gemstones with opal accents to create an ultra-feminine splash!

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72095 • Opal & Pink Sapphire Vintage-Inspired Ring

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87048 • Opal, Pink Sapphire, and Diamond Drop Earrings

 

Layers of Diamonds

Do you know what pairs well with diamonds? More diamonds. You’re allowed to stack all the sparkle your heart desires when walking the red carpet. It seems Charlize Theron got the memo. Just look at those chunky diamond necklaces complete with diamond, blue sapphire, and emerald earrings. Keep this 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trend alive with diamond cluster bands and pendants.

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124065 • White Gold Diamond Floral- Inspired Anniversary Band

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124055 • Rose Gold Diamond Twisted Eternity Band

 

Geometric Jewelry Trends

 

One of the lesser-noticed 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trends was geometric shapes and designs. Take Emma Stone’s dress, for example. And did you see SZA’s honeycomb-esque diamond choker? What about Amy Adams’ shapely diamond pendant? Keep the sharp angles coming in your gemstone and jewelry designs. Here are four ways to wear this season’s sharpest geometric jewelry trends. 

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86916 • White Gold Diamond Art Deco- Inspired Necklace

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87074 • White Gold Geometric Dangle Earrings

Bold Diamond Bracelets

Wristwear is hardly ever a bad idea, especially on the red carpet. Take Serena Williams’ stacked diamond bracelets, for example. Did you notice Chris Evans’ all-black timepiece and Montblanc cufflinks? Whether it’s leather watchbands or gemstone cuffs, take some time to revisit your wristwear selection.

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653568 • Sterling Silver Curb Scarf Bracelet

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BRC447 • White Gold Diamond Line Bracelet

 

So, what’d you think about the 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trends from the red carpet this year? Let us know in the comments below.

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