2016 Oscars: Celebrity Jewelry that Stole the Show

From gorgeous designer gowns to luxurious accessories, the 2016 Oscars truly had us dazzled with its glitz and glamour. When it came to jewelry, the stars of the night were diamonds and white metals. While earrings were dramatic with large drops and geometric designs, the necklaces too were spectacular by all means. Here are a few pieces that stood out with their unique design and jaw-dropping glamour.

Understated Elegance

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Oscar’s Best Actress award winner Brie Larson accessorized her stunning blue gown with a pair of elegant diamond and pearl earrings. Apart from perfectly complementing her attire, these earrings infused a touch of subtle elegance to her look.

A Fine Balance

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The perfect balance between sparkling and subtle, Julianne Moore’s diamond circle earrings were more than splendid. Her earrings accentuated the beauty of her black gown, lending a dash of sophisticated charm.

Perfect Symmetry

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Rachel McAdams stepped on the red carpet in a stunning emerald green gown with an open back and a major train. Her beautiful shoulder-grazing diamond earrings added the perfect hint of sparkle to her minimalistic look.

Fashion-Forward Style

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Olivia Wilde paired her plunging white gown with a choker and the result was fascinatingly beautiful. Apart from exuding a vintage vibe, the choker looked just perfect with her pearl earrings. Well, looks like the choker trend is here to stay!

Sophisticated Glamour

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Tina Fey pumped up the glam quotient by matching her bold, purple gown with an elaborate diamond and sapphire necklace. As for the earrings, she kept it simple yet elegant with sparkling diamond studs.


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