Best of 2014 Oscars Jewelry

From Ellen’s epic selfie, to a live pizza delivery for hungry nominees to mispronounced winner names. These were all highlights from last week’s 86th Academy Awards show. The nights biggest winners were (the much deserved) ‘Gravity’ and ’12 Years a Slave.’ Let’s take a moment to marvel at all the gorgeous gowns and glamour from the Oscars last weekend (In case you missed it, you can catch all the nominees and winners here).

We saw a variety of jewelry trends on this year’s Oscars carpet:

Different-Earrings-at-Oscars

While Lupita wore large diamond earrings that complimented her simple headband, Cate Blanchett and Angela Jolie wore large drop earrings and Amy Adams was rocking bold rhodocrosite and turquoise earrings. All in all, we saw quite a variety of earring styles on the red carpet.

We also saw a comeback of diamond stud bracelets!

Different-Bracelets-at-Oscars

While Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts rocked white diamond bracelets, we also loved Amy Adams fancy yellow diamonds bracelet. Each of these styles added just the right touch to their beautiful and glamorous gowns.

The Oscar-winning costume designer, Catherine Martin, probably had the most extravagant pieces on that night!

Catharine-Martin-at-Oscars

She wore a variety of rings and a gorgeous amethyst and diamond brooch (which she wore as a pendant!) All her pieces complimented her whimsical dress and overall style very well!

These are our favorite jewelry looks from the 2014 Oscars. Now we want to hear from you in the comments below. What were your fav looks from this year’s Oscars?

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