January 11th 2018 12:11 pm | by Svetlana Pantelic | Posted in Blog
The most-talked about, most monumental fashion trend of the 2018 Golden Globes was the predominance of black dresses.
2018 Golden Globe Awards demonstrated a major shift away from the traditional Hollywood red carpet, with stars wearing black, showing solidarity with the #MeToo movement. Without colorful gowns and eye-catching outfits, many sought out sophisticated expressions of personal style. The result was a glittering array of statement jewelry, pieces to ensure the all-black looks.
In the sea of magnificent black dresses and meaningful Time’s Up pins on the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet, it was impossible to miss this year’s exceptional jewelry trend— radiant green gems.
As the first major Award Ceremony of the year has shown us, Emeralds are the colored gem to wear this year. Gemme Couture will be releasing a one-of-a-kind Columbian emerald collection this year- stay tuned!
Diamonds look great with black dresses, and, while white diamonds may have dominated this year’s red carpet, the styling for each was clearly diverse.
One of the jewelry trends for 2018 , long necklaces, where seen in 2018 Golden Globe Awards.
Ultra-long necklaces in combination with a deep V-cut at the front of the black dresses, where seen as one of the Red Carpet’s trends.
Sofia Vergara always looked impressive, and it wasn’t surprising to see her dominating the 2018 Golden Globe’s Red Carpet.
At the end, the most appealing accessory on the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet were the Time’s Up pin, expected to be worn by leading stars both women and men alike to draw attention to the sexual harassment prevention, initiative launched by Shonda Rhimes, Emma Stone, Reese Witherspoon, and other notable Hollywood ladies.
2018 Golden Globe Awards were so important. Black dresses and Time’s Up Pins showed us a new level of cooperation and support between women and men.
This year will be remembered for many things. And what jewelry from 2018 Golden Globe Awards left the biggest impression on you?