Fashion at the Oscars

Fashion at the Oscars


Scarlett Johansson – Whilst Scarlett may have opted out of the full Oscar elegance with her dress, instead choosing a belt chiffon dress, her jewellery choices were certainly more than elegant. Teaming her pink dress with a series of hooped earrings, and a number of bangles. Scarlett certainly went for the more is more look, but it was a risk that definitely worked!

Meryl Streep – Meryl received her record breaking 20th nomination at this year’s nomination for her role in Florence Foster Jenkins, however, we were much more interested in her stunning choice of earrings which complimented her Elie Saab gown. Her drop earrings were certainly draw dropping, and even if she missed out on the Oscar, she’ll be happy knowing she gets to keep her Oscar jewels.

Kirsten Dunst – Kirstin complimented her beautiful black dress with a simple up-do and some even simpler jewellery. However, simplicity was certainly the look for Dunst, as she pulled it off perfectly. Her delicate necklace was intricate in design, and definitely made sure that all eyes were on her, despite the dress being a plain black number. Her complimenting diamond studs gave the look that extra special finish.

Charlize Theron – Previous Oscar winner Charlize looked like she’d modelled her look on the Oscar statue with her Dior gold dress. However, her intricate diamond drop earrings really gave the look that sparkling finish. We think Charlize looked even better than the statue.


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Taraji P Henson – The hidden figures actress looked sensational at the 89th Academy awards, complimenting her purple velvet Alberta Ferretti gown with some stunning jewellery pieces. You could even be mistaken for thinking she’d borrowed the stunning diamond necklace from the Royal family, as she looked incredibly regal. Her matching diamond earrings were certainly not subtle, but nevertheless the star pulled the look of sensationally, and is certainly deserving of our Jewellery Superstore Oscar! 

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