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Brides Are Wearing This Red-Carpet-Inspired Diamond Jewelry, But It’s Not Rings

Hint: They’re often delicate and lacy.

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Brides Are Wearing This Red-Carpet-Inspired Diamond Jewelry, But It’s Not Rings
Priyanka Chopra at the Cannes Film Festival in Chopard diamond necklace. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

THIS SEASON, BRIDES ARE taking their cue from the necklaces they saw on red carpets, particularly the elegant styles seen at Cannes Film Festival 2019. The standout diamond necklace hits a responsive cord among the wedding set. Delicate and lacy, often with a floral or celestial motif, these necklaces are striking without being overpowering, and they are versatile enough to shine on long after the big day has passed.

Brides Are Wearing This Red-Carpet-Inspired Diamond Jewelry, But It’s Not Rings

Kwiat

18K gold Star necklace with diamonds (8.46 TCW).

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$34,800

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Brides Are Wearing This Red-Carpet-Inspired Diamond Jewelry, But It’s Not Rings

Colette

18K white gold Glow necklace set with diamonds (1.75 TCW).

colettejewelry.com

$8,360

Brides Are Wearing This Red-Carpet-Inspired Diamond Jewelry, But It’s Not Rings

Penny Preville

18K gold tiara necklace with diamonds (8.41 TCW).

pennypreville.com

$33,990

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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