Statement Cluster Necklaces from the Red Carpet
The start of 2015 has already seen a flood of activity on the red carpet, with the Golden Globes, Grammy’s, the Bafta’s and most recently the glitz and glamour of the Oscars. We’ve been flicking through the mags and celebrity news feeds to find out what statement necklaces are hot on the red carpet right now. This is definitely the year for bold, creative, statement jewellery with the cluster necklace being a real winner at this year’s awards ceremonies.
This statement cluster necklace worn by Cate Blanchett at this year’s Oscars ceremony is a beautiful turquoise piece by Tiffany & Co. It’s packed full of aquamarine, diamonds, and platinum and looks stunning set off against her black outfit. These two more cluster necklaces also caught our eye. Both similar in style to Cate’s Tiffany piece, they’re a great look if you want to dress up a simple black dress. Choose a piece in your preferred colour or perhaps to match a favourite pair of shoes. However, we are really loving the vibrancy of Cate’s turquoise number, a popular colour choice for this year.
We also spotted this absolutely stunning diamond necklace being worm here by Jessica Alba at this year’s Golden Globes. This Harry Winston necklace is reportedly worth a whopping $5.8 million. We love Jessica’s cluster necklace as it really has the wow factor, even though it’s much simpler in design. We also love this style because diamonds never go out of fashion, so this classic look will never date. You’ll always be on trend with this style of cluster necklace and this look will definitely get you noticed!
We just had to pick out Scarlett Johansson’s amazing green cluster necklace. Reportedly made from Swarovski crystal and not emeralds, this necklace certainly caught the eye on the red carpet at the 2015 Oscar’s. It’s a really dramatic look and sits beautifully against a dress with a plunging neckline. A design that certainly favours the more daring among you. If you love this look, this blue bead and crystal beauty creates a similar effect or why not try layering up strings of beads, pearls and crystals to create an equally dramatic effect.