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Here’s the Earring Trend That Went Long at the SAG Awards

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Here’s the Earring Trend That Went Long at the SAG Awards

 Alison Brie wearing Irene Neuwirth blue sapphire and lapis earrings, 2018 SAG Awards. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock.

Versatile and diverse, the earrings worn by celebrities on the red carpet are translating into creative interpretations in jewelry studios, particularly in double- and triple-drop styles or more dramatic multi-color looks. The rainbow of colors is not lost on designers who are turning out hues that range from pastel pretty to vibrant glamour.  

Here’s the Earring Trend That Went Long at the SAG Awards

Margery Hirschey

22K gold pale green tourmaline and amethyst chandeliers. 

margeryhirschey.com

$5,060

Here’s the Earring Trend That Went Long at the SAG Awards

Sylva & Cie

18K yellow gold square ruby earrings (approx. 34.98 TCW) with French-cut diamonds (approx. 2.18 TCW). 

sylvacie.com

$32,500

Here’s the Earring Trend That Went Long at the SAG Awards

Eden Presley

14K gold earrings set with turquoise, sapphires, tanzanite, apatite, kunzite and diamonds. 

edenpresley.com

$3,152

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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