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The 89th Academy Awards ceremony is set to take place this Sunday, and all eyes will be trained on Hollywood’s best and brightest — and, of course, on their fabulous jewels.

Here are the biggest jewelry trends we predict you’ll spot on this year’s Oscars red carpet.

Pops of Turquoise

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Bold, brightly colored gems such as turquoise make for an unforgettable red carpet look. Don’t believe us? Just check out these stunning turquoise drop earrings by Sutra Jewels, which were recently worn by “This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz. 

Vintage-Inspired Jewels


The Roaring Twenties are back with a bang. The Gatsby era’s glitzy, light-hearted feel is reflected in these high-impact geometric designs. You can either pair your vintage-inspired pieces with an equally glamorous ensemble or let the jewels shine against a minimalist LBD. 

Double Cuffs


Coco Chanel did it in the ‘30s and Diana Vreeland did it in the ‘60s. Now the trend of wearing identical cuff bracelets is back, led by Blake Lively in a pair of glowing, jewel-encrusted green cuffs at last month’s Golden Globes.

Statement Earrings 


We think there are few looks more elegant than a pair of statement earrings worn against a bare neck. It’s the best way to instantly add a dose of style to a formal or cocktail look without going overboard. 



Classic and timeless, pearls always make us think of style icon Audrey Hepburn. They’re so easy to wear, and they go with absolutely everything. Up the Audrey factor by pairing your pearls with a black sheath dress, some sleek pumps and an elegant updo. 

Shop these and other red carpet styles at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

The hardest part of planning your wedding hairstyle can be picking just one: up or down, straight or curly, parted on the left or right? Luckily, Eiseman Jewels has seen their fair share of glamorous brides, and can offer a few tips to get your locks exactly the way you envision them.

Short Hair. You may not have much to work with, but the possibilities for short-haired brides are still endless. You can create the illusion of an up-do by combing your hair straight back and adding volume to the top. Soft waves add a touch of mid-century elegance, while a pair of dramatic chandelier earrings can perfectly pull off a teased bob or classic pixie.

Medium Hair. It’s hard to go wrong with a chignon. Whether it’s tightly twisted and pulled to the side, or riddled with wild strands and messy curls, this French-inspired style remains one of the most popular for modern brides. By pairing your bun with some beautiful drop earrings or a delicate flower, an accented chignon can be made just as unique as your wedding.

Long Hair. If you’ve made it through the stresses of wedding planning without pulling your hair out, it’s time to show it off. You can do anything you want with long hair, but loose, romantic curls, simple side braids and half-up styles seem to work best. Low ponytails pulled to the side and adorned with accent pieces or a delicate necklace are also a popular choice for brides who want to show off their long hair without the fuss.

Up-do. With such a wide variety of up-do possibilities, choose one that best fits your dress. Voluminous dresses call for voluminous hair, but too much volume can be overkill. If your dress already has a lot of texture, don’t add to it with a complex hairstyle. Dramatic accessories like a cathedral-length veil or bejeweled headband look best when paired with softer, simpler styles.

If you’re looking for a particular type of jewelry to complement your hair, feel free to stop by Eiseman Jewels to speak with one of our specialists. Remember: the perfect style is worth the bobby pins and hairspray!