Jewelry Trends at The Oscars

On June 26, 2014 by admin

With Oscars the award season has nearly come to an end, leaving a trend line for the whole year to follow. As the most astonishing and most awaited award show, this year The Oscars had a lot to cherish for.

Best Oscar Jewelry Trends

From the colors to clothing to jewelry, Oscars were amazing.there were lots of pales and creams, blues, blacks and whites and there were mermaid gowns, straight dresses, cut out numbers and ball gowns. The Oscars this year was also glittering with diamonds. There is a lot of jewelry on the red carpet this year. Viewing so much of jewelry on the most prestigious red carpet was truly pleasant. Check out the jewelry trends that glamorized the event this year.

Back Jewelry Trend: Both Jennifer Lawerence and Anna Hathaway drapped their necklaces at the back setting the ‘back jewelry trend’. Last year it was Jessica Biel who showed the similar style at Golden Globes. So can we say it’s the most desiring style for the coming seasons?

Back Jewelry Trend at Oscars

Snakes: According to Chinese calendar, it is the year of snakes. And therefore our favorite celebrities have seen admiring the reptile in a much mesmerized manner. Diamond and gemstone studded serpent jewelry was the major attraction of all the award events.

Snakes Jewelry Trends at Oscars

Tassels: From earrings to necklaces and even bracelets, the designer jewels of celebs had tassels everywhere.

Tassels Jewelry Trends at Oscars

Black Jewelry: There were quite a few celebs who paired abstract black jewelry with shades of cream, white and black at the Oscars.

Black Jewelry Trends at Oscar

Wrist Jewelry: The trend of stacking bracelets, bangles and cuff has just gone wilder this year. We have seen amazing wrist accessories at the Academy Awards this year.

Wrist Jewelry Trends at Oscars

Chandeliers and Drops: Ear pieces were another major attraction of the event. many of the leading ladies picked up heavy flowing chandeliers while others teamed the subtle drop earrings for a radiant effect.

Chandeliers and Drops Trends at Oscars

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