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Judge The Jewels: Pete Davidson’s Colorfully Chaotic NYE Necklaces

This celeb understands his brand and accessorizes it perfectly.

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Judge The Jewels: Pete Davidson’s Colorfully Chaotic NYE Necklaces

The sighting: Comedian Pete Davidson teamed up with popstar Miley Cyrus to welcome 2022 with a glitzy televised New Year’s Eve celebration. There was banter, music, awkward crowd work and a major wardrobe malfunction … but our eyes stayed on Pete Davidson’s jewelry.

The jewels: Davidson’s NYE looks involved a rotating selection of jewelry, anchored by a piece he wore in almost every shot: a Mia Vesper necklace with a rainbow of round and teardrop-shaped glass stones.

At other points during the telecast, Davidson layered the rainbow Mia Vesper with colorful beaded necklaces by Ian Charms and Isaiah Garza or additional Mia Vesper necklaces of a similar style in different colorways, but my favorite look was when he paired the rainbow Mia Vesper with a diamond line necklace from De Beers.

Judge The Jewels: Pete Davidson’s Colorfully Chaotic NYE Necklaces

The trends: Is Pete Davidson a trendsetter? Well, there were multiple points on NYE when I thought to myself, “I think I want Pete Davidson’s necklace,” so there answer here is yes. It’s easy to love colorful silly beads and rainbow crystals accentuated with a sprinkling of diamonds, especially when styled with the comedian’s self-effacing panache.

What do we think? Pete Davidson wears jewelry with the air of a racoon who is mildly pleased that it found something sparkly while dumpster diving. That doesn’t sound like a compliment, but I actually do mean it as one. This is a look he’s mastered and it truly works for him.

Judgement: 13/10 for a celeb who understands his brand and accessorizes it perfectly.

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