Embody the Emmys: The Yellow Everyone’s Talking About



If you didn’t get a chance to watch the 2012 Emmy Awards, you’ve probably at least heard about the red carpet fashions. Spoiler alert: Everyone you expected to win did (well, except for that guy from Two and a Half Men). And if you keep up with my blog posts, it’s apparent now that most of my jewelry wishes did not come true (collar necklaces, hello?). But once the celebs started their tour of the red carpet, it didn’t even matter. I was so entranced by the common color theme that graced a flock of leading ladies: yellow. And not just any yellow. These colors were vivid, bright, and rich. From Emmy Award winners Julianne Moore, Claire Danes, and Julie Bowen (albeit on the green side) to my personal favorite, Leslie Mann, the sunny color was everywhere. So you know what happens now, right? Prepare for the incoming flood of yellow dresses as top brands work quickly to push out copies of the red carpet favorites so that you and I can don the golden look for our next event. Who’s with me? As far as jewels are concerned, I’ve got you covered. Say “yellow!” to these deliciously hued pieces from Marketplace.

 

Royal Imports stingray bracelet

Royal Imports‘ Citron Stingray cuff bracelet

 

Leibish Co. yellow green loose diamond

A cushion-cut vivid yellow-green diamond from Leibish & Co.

 

Jane Taylor Color Candy yellow beryl earrings

Jane Taylor‘s Color Candy yellow beryl drop earrings

 

Zinzi neon yellow band

Zinzi‘s neon yellow CZ band

 

Indo-American yellow chalcedony necklace

Indo-American/Museums Collections‘ yellow chalcedony necklace

 

Rina Limor yellow agate earrings

Yellow agate drop earrings from Rina Limor

 

First Image Design yellow and white diamond band

First Image Design‘s yellow and white diamond band

 

Rahaminov yellow diamond drop earrings

Rahaminov‘s bezel-set yellow diamond drop earrings

 

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