It is award season! And that means it's time to catch all the latest jewelry looks that are heating up the red carpet. We can't wait to keep you posted on all these sizzling trends in the next few months.
January through March is filled with all kinds of red carpet events from the Golden Globes to the Academy Awards. And we here at Mullen Bros. are going to keep you covered with what looks are burning up the red carpet.
To kick off our awards show series, let's see what everyone was wearing at the Golden Globes...
The Golden Globes red carpet was awash with black color on Sunday, January 7th. While black is often seen on the red carpet thanks to its timelessness and sophistication, black took on a deeper meaning as celebrities were making a statement of solidarity.
The red carpet also showcased more than—get ready for it—reportedly 20 million dollars worth of jewelry! In fact, diamond jewelry was the go-to statement for the majority of the ladies there.
Diamonds were seen in all forms at the Golden Globes...diamond necklaces, diamond drop earrings, diamond rings, and more. And understated was not the name of the game when it came to these diamonds. The more carats, the better!
Presenter Kate Hudson wore vintage diamond earrings set in platinum with more than 23 carats and a radiant-cut yellow diamond ring set with 20.80 carats of diamonds! She also sported a sapphire and aquamarine pendant weighing more than 30 carats. No subtlety here!
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Actress Helen Mirren decided to go for a near 50-carat diamond wreath necklace and 20 more carats in rings and earrings. Wow!
Reese Witherspoon shone brightly in beautiful vintage diamond earrings as well...
If you want to get the "Golden Globe" look, here are some of our diamond pieces to help you achieve it...
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