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2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

A-list actresses wore looks that can translate into everyday life.

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THE 76TH GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS kicked off the awards season with a dazzling dose glamour in dramatic jewelry that shone brightly. Diamonds dominated the evening in some of the most awe-inspiring necklaces we have seen in seasons, such as the Tiffany & Co. stunner that Lady Gaga wore and the antique, vintage and inspired styles seen on Dakota Fanning, Isla Fisher, Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh.

Sure, we all need one stunning diamond necklace. But unless we need to be black-tie-ready on a regular basis or plan on attending red carpet events throughout the season, owning one of these pieces might be out of step with our lifestyles.

The other trends of the evening are more easily adaptable to what we can incorporate into our own jewelry wardrobes and can translate more easily into pieces we can buy, own and wear.

If you are like me, you might have watched the show and started longing for a pair of earrings that are lightweight yet are streamlined, linear and full of movement. We might choose a pair with less carat-weight, but these styles are definitely inspiring and are perfect when spring rolls around. They can work with everything from tanks and T-shirts to flirty or more sophisticated dresses. Here are some of our favorites that A-list actresses wore:

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Julia Roberts in diamond Chopard double drop linear earrings.Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Lupita Nyong’o in Bulgari earrings with swing and movement.Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

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2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Lili Reinhardt in Swarovski earrings. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Claire Foy in platinum and diamond Lorraine Schwartz elongated and an armful of bangles. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

You might also prefer your bracelets piled on and climbing up your wrist. I know I do. We might not be able to create a blinged-out diamond story like these celebrities, but we can start our stack with a bangle, an Art Deco-inspired line bracelet or a wide cuff and then add to them when we can. Here are some of the looks that made my jaw drop. Once again, these are styles that go with almost any look in your wardrobe as long as you don’t allow your own sparkle to be outshined by your jewels.

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Charlize Theron in stacks of Bulgari bracelets. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Julianne Moore in Chopard ruby and diamond bracelets. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Sandra Oh in platinum and diamond bracelets by Forevermark, Forevermark by Martin Flyer, Forevermark by Natalie K and Forevermark by Maria Canale. Photo courtesy of Forevermark

2019 Golden Globes Feature Dramatic Jewelry Looks You Can Adapt for Yourself

Kristen Bell in Harry Winston diamond bracelets. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

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