Award season is well and truly over for the year. We saw some beautiful looks on the red carpet of the Oscars, Baftas, Golden Globes, SAG Awards and more in 2024. However, what were the jewellery trends? Which beautiful trends can you bring into your creations? Below we go through several trends that we saw on the red carpet, to help you get inspired! 

  • Strong and Simple 

Whether it was layered, colourful or dainty, it was a combination of bold yet simplistic. This was seen on Charlize Theron, Kelly Rowland and Sydney Sweeney, as shown above. These three celebrities showed how beautiful this trend can be and how it can be altered to suit a person’s style and outfit. Interesting to see how textures, colours, shapes and different sizes were used in this trend. 

  • Men’s Jewellery 

Men didn’t get left out of the jewellery trends this year. With the use of brooches, necklaces, rings and cufflinks. It was great to see how jewellery was played with on the red carpet by men and how it perfectly finished off some of their outfits too. Barry Keoghan, Colman Domingo and Timothee Chalamet show this in the images above. 

  • Colourful Gems 

A great way to brighten up or enhance an outfit is to use colourful accessories. The accessory of choice for a number of celebs on the red carpet was colourful jewellery. It looked amazing and enabled us to see some stunning pieces, on the likes of Naomi Watts, Gabrielle Union, Zendaya and more! 

  • Matchy matchy 

Last but not least is the matchy matchy trend. We had apparently left the matchy matchy trend in the 90s but the celebs on the red carpet of the award shows in 2024 proved otherwise. As they were matching their earrings and necklaces, sometimes even rings too. Kerry Washington, Maude Apatow and Olivia Munn showed ways of doing this with a modern take. 

Those were a few trends that we saw on the red carpet that we hope will help you get inspired to create something new. Were there any trends you saw that you would have included? Let us know on our social media channels using @cooksongold on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok to get that conversation going. 

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