Cannes Film Festival 2014: Luxurious Jewelry Post

With my wedding barely weeks away, I am still shopping for the perfect wedding jewelry, and I am really looking for luxurious jewelry. I am the type that needs to see the jewelry one before making a selection. Personally, I am a lover of all things pearl related. That’s my personal style, but I am not sure I want this look for my wedding day as I already have pearl earrings on almost everyday. Now there will be pearls on the gown (I really can’t live without them) and they make me feel very lady-like, but I am not sure if I want the rest of my jewelry to be pearls or maybe crystals. I also love the idea of incorporating colors on, but that’s just me, I love colors. So in my search for the perfect jewels, I came across this post from Vogue Paris about the gems worn by celebrities at the Cannes Film festival. Honestly, I no go lie, my wallet no fit pay for these gems ooh as some of these celebrities wore stunning diamonds from designers such as Chopard and De Grisogono, my favorite being the ruby and amethyst drop earrings Natasha Poly wore by De Grisogono, the pear-cut emerald Lea Seydoux wore by Chopard and of course the gorgeous diamonds worn by Alessandra featured in a previous post (see here). But I love luxurious things and so I figured why not become inspired by luxurious jewelry. Nevertheless, here are my favorite jewelry looks from the Cannes Film Festival.

1. Jessica Chastin in Tesiro

2. Uma-Thurman in Chopard

3. Natasha Poly in De Grisogono

4. Lea Seydoux in Chopard

5. Naomi Watts in Bulgari
Cara Delevingne
6. Cara Delevingne in De Grisogono

Alessandra Ambrosio
7. Alessandra Ambrosio in Chopard

8. Riley Keough in De Grisogono

Blake Lively
9. Blake Lively in Lorraine Schwartz

hillary swank
10. Hillary Swank in Chopard

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