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Long Earrings Were the Trend That Sparkled Most On the Emmys Red Carpet

The stars were wearing long earrings with swing and movement.

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Long Earrings Were the Trend That Sparkled Most On the Emmys Red Carpet

Scarlett Johansson at the 70th Prime Time Emmy Awards in Nikos Koulis earrrings, photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

MANY OF THE STYLE-SETTING actresses at the 70th Prime Time Emmys appeared in the jewelry accessory that has been dominating the red carpet for the past few seasons. Earrings! Although several styles of earrings made an appearance, linear and elongated styles stole the spotlight, predominantly in diamonds that had swing and movement. An alluring showing of gemstone styles was in line with how fine-jewelry designers are interpreting the trend. They feature ultra-long teardrop, geometric and three-dimensional inverted triangular shapes, as well as specialty cuts.

Long Earrings Were the Trend That Sparkled Most On the Emmys Red Carpet

Martha Seely

14K gold and amethyst earrings with diamond accents.

marthaseely.com

$2,565

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Long Earrings Were the Trend That Sparkled Most On the Emmys Red Carpet

Ark

18K yellow gold dagger earrings with white baguettes and round champagne diamonds.

arkfinejewelry.com

$7,245

Long Earrings Were the Trend That Sparkled Most On the Emmys Red Carpet

Lika Behar

Sterling silver and clear quartz elongated teardrop shaped earrings.

likabehar.com

$500

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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