Pearls on The RED CARPET!

The OscarsOur congratulations go to Lypita Nyong who won Best Supporting Actress for her performance in ’12 Years a Slave at the 2014 Oscars, her winning look included a classic pearl ring. She clearly loves her pearls as at the Baftas she wore a stunning pair of studs.
The team at Coleman Douglas Pearls loved seeing the gorgeous gowns and stunning accessories gracing the actresses down The 2014 Oscar Red Carpet.
2 styles that stood out for us at the 2014 Oscars were seen on:
Lupita Nyong
and
Emma Watson

Lupita Nyong
Lupita Nyong, most probably a favorite of everyone’s after that amazing acceptance speech, was seen wearing a stunning sky blue ‘Princess’ Prada gown with plunging neckline. We loved how the material moved as she floated down The Red Carpet.
She teamed the dress with a collection of pearl rings, bangles, studs and a hair accessory. Keeping the look young and playful.

Emma Watson
Our second favorite look was seen on Emma Watson who wore a silver and black metallic Vera Wang sleeveless hour-glass shaped gown. She teamed the sophisticated dress with young playful stacker rings and elegant diamond ‘huggie’ earrings which highlighting her red lips and porcelain skin.
Our Pearl Team particularly liked the trend-setting metallic Anya Hindmarch crisp packet clutch!

Coleman Douglas Pearls
Join Emma Watson wearing your very own diamond huggies, available in white and yellow 18ct gold, with removable pearl drops giving you a variety of different looks.
A firm favorite of our Pearl Specialist and Designer, Chrissie Douglas, these earrings will become as essential to you as your Little Black Dress.

To see more of our pearl jewellery, or to take advantage of our Bespoke service, join us at our Pearl Showroom, located at 42 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 1NX.

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