Jewelry Trends from the Emmys

Still Dreaming of Emmy Jewels - Pittsburgh Jewelry Blog

By Stephanie Desmond for Henne Jewelers

The Emmys may have been at the end of August, but we are still thinking about the gorgeous gems that adorned the celebrities that night. Although Hollywood’s brightest stars displayed a little of everything, diamonds were definitely the hit of the event.

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As per usual, Sophia Vergara stayed on trend for her big night. She rocked a unique knotted diamond bracelet by Lorraine Schwartz with gorgeous earrings and a ring to match.

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One of the more unique pieces was Taylor Schilling’s pair of cuff earrings by Forevermark. They were adorned by pear and round-shaped diamonds in 18-karat white gold.

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Hayden Panettiere was sparkling from head to toe. Her Fred Leighton diamond earrings were stunning, but what really set her apart was the matching diamond headband. It was simple, but made a statement away from the other celebs while maintaining her youthful appeal.

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Always the innovator, Halle Berry didn’t follow the diamond trend. Instead, the new mom wore teardrop earrings from Doves that featured amethyst and mother of pearl.

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One of the most celebrated fashionistas of the night was Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, who chose a palette of gold. She matched the accents in her gown with 18-karat yellow gold “Girandole” earrings and a stack of gold bangles on each wrist by Neil Lane. To top it off, she showed off a 50-carat garnet ring set in 18-karat gold.

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      Henne Jewelers makes it easy to stay on-trend each year. These white gold Mark Patterson earrings and Marika gold cuff will bring out your inner celebrity on and off the red carpet!

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