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Judge the Jewels: Adele’s Halloween Costume Involved Some Serious Jewelry

She dressed up as Morticia Addams to perform in Las Vegas.





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The sighting: Sultry songstress Adele got into the spooky spirit by dressing up as Morticia Addams while performing in Las Vegas on Halloween night. The look included a slinky black dress and a ton of Loree Rodkin jewels.

The jewels: Adele accessorized her glamorous Morticia Addams costume with jewels by Loree Rodkin. She’s wearing a pair of swooping earrings with diamonds in what I’m assuming is white gold, based on the brand’s typical materials choices.

Adele’s neck is bare, but she’s wearing a truly impressive array of rings: five in total, and each one a serious statement maker with major finger coverage. They’re all in white metal as well, with what appear to be diamonds and maybe one or two other stones.

Be sure to scroll to the second photo in the embedded Instagram carousel for a better look at the rings.

The trends: It’s possible that Adele chose white metals for this look because it felt like what Morticia would want, but I still think white metal is for fine jewelry is on the rise. Adele’s choice of only earrings and statement rings, no necklace, is very on trend for current red carpet styles as well.

The choice of wearing multiple statement rings together, rather than many smaller rings or just one statement ring, is another style move we’ve been seeing on a lot of celebs lately.

What do we think? This is spookily spectacular. Morticia Addams is a pretty incredible Halloween costume and Adele fully rocked it, making Morticia her own and elevating the costume’s glam level to performance appropriate by adding all of that bling. She absolutely nailed this.

Judgement: 15/10 for a magical Morticia moment

What do YOU think?




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