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Judge the Jewels: Jenna Ortega’s Exquisite Tiffany & Co. Layers

Her look was a masterclass in Gen Z formalwear.

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The sighting: Actress Jenna Ortega walked the Golden Globes red carpet in a look that was ethereal, edgy, and utterly gorgeous.

The jewels: Ortega’s jewels for the evening were all Tiffany & Co.

The actress chose a trio of necklaces from three different Tiffany collections: the shortest is an 18K yellow gold Schlumberger, then a white gold and diamond Tiffany T1 collar, then an eye-catching white gold Elsa Peretti snake.

She is also sporting a pair of 18K yellow gold and diamond Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger earrings, a Schlumberger bracelet, and Tiffany Victoria and Paloma Picasso rings.

The trends: Jenna Ortega managed to make me enjoy every single one of the trends that were irritating me on everyone else at the Golden Globes. Dainty styles? Check. No color? Check. Stud earrings? Yep. It’s all working for me in this look.

Also noteworthy: Ortga’s carefully spaced necklaces offer a #neckmess amount of volume without the chaos. Perhaps the tide is turning on messy necklace stacks? Are we ready for a #neatneck renaissance?

What do we think? Ortega’s necklaces are individually too subtle for a major red carpet look, but layering them together turns up the volume while still implying restraint. Her earrings are studs, but their texture and sparkle make them feel special. And she’s not wearing any color at all…but she’s making it work so well I can’t be mad.

All in all, this look is a masterclass in Gen Z formalwear. She’s giving elegance and glamour, but it still feels fresh and modern, with a hint of spice appropriate for the actress sometimes known as Wednesday Addams.

Judgement: 18/10 for undeniable perfection

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