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Here’s the Jewelry They Wore at the Emmys

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There was lots of sparkle on the red carpet.

The Emmy Awards are a great way to mix work with pleasure when you’re in the jewelry business.

Work, because you need to see the latest styles. Pleasure, because it’s so much fun!

Most of us can’t make it to the actual show, and not everyone can take out time to watch it on TV. Not to worry: We’ve collected a sampling of the photos and comments that were shared on Twitter during the program.

You can get a more complete look using the hashtag #emmyjewelry.

Tina Fey was there, and she was bejeweled for the occasion.

Check out these earrings …

And this bracelet.

Constance Wu wore a necklace and hoops.

Lara Spencer wore these earrings.

Your jewelry always gets noticed at the Emmys … even if you don’t wear jewelry.

Sarah Paulson wore these rectangular earrings.

They attracted quite a bit of attention.

Emily Ratajkowski wore these earrings.

Anika Noni Rose wore diamonds.

Ellie Kemper.

 

 

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