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Jodie Turner-Smith Looks Perfectly Chic in Jewelry at the 2022 Venice International Film Festival

She sported many of the most fashionable jewelry trends and looked stunning in every one of them.




WE CAN TALK about Jodie Turner-Smith’s Gucci High Jewelry emerald and diamond necklace worn to the premiere of the Netflix Film White Noise (in which she stars), or the Bulgari diamond choker she wore, or any one of the looks she wore during the 2022 International Venice Film Festival, and it will put her on our best bejeweled list from the event. She looked stunning and ultra-cool at the same time.

But the jewelry look that stood out the most for me (with many A-list actresses turning on the sparkle and shine) was the one she arrived wearing, stepping off the boat in Venice. She looked breezy and chic in an ombre chiffon pantsuit in hues that went from peachy pink to lightly burnt orange, to mellow yellow to cream. She carried two Gucci bags but her necklaces layered and graduated was a look of daytime perfection and hit on all of the trends we are seeing now. (This will be slide three through slide five below, when you swipe left).


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Jodie Turner-Smith wears Fernando Jorge earrings and Bulgari necklace in the first slide, and the layered necklaces look (mentioned above) in the third slide.”

The graduation of layers started with a diamond chunky curb chain choker, a more delicate ID plate necklace with the rectangular plate worn to the side, and what seemed like an omega chain and either a vintage ’70s-’80s (or vintage-inspired) curb chain. The look was pure gold (yes, pun intended)!

The actress, who stars in White Noise, directed by Noah Baumbach, with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, was also wearing two oval cabochon rings on her fingers. The jewels she wore with her gowns were beautiful as well, from the Bulgari diamond choker with a colorful Christopher John Rogers gown and a Balmain powder blue gown to the emerald-and-diamond Gucci High Jewelry necklace she wore with a sheer black Gucci gown. She also wore a Bulgari diamond necklace to complement a royal blue gown and a pair of Fernando Jorge earrings on the opening day of the festival, among other bold statement necklaces, diamond rings and bracelets.


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Here, Turner-Smith wears an emerald-and-diamond Gucci High Jewelry necklace with a black Gucci gown.

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Turner-Smith in a Bulgari choker with a Christopher Rogers gown.

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Turner-Smith in a Bulgari choker and Balmain powder blue gown.

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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