Capri Colors at SAG Awards

When choosing jewelry for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, a surprising number of actresses had to ask: what rhymes with orange? Dresses in citrus hues paired with blue gems, diamonds, or yellow gold added a tropical note to the red carpet. Blue dresses too, most often paired with diamonds, added to the Isle-of-Capri summery feeling of the February night. Unlike at the Golden Globes, the style was back to bare necks with big bracelets and earrings accessorizing brightly colored gowns.

Lisa Rinna wore Bochic aquamarine cabochon earrings with diamonds and a LeVian aquamarine ring with chocolate diamonds with her vivid orange dress. In almost the same color dress, Jane Krakowski wore Bochic 22k yellow gold disc earrings with rubies and matching bracelet. (Didn’t their stylists call each other?) Eva Longoria-Parker paired her Jenny Packham tangerine gown with a jeweled neck with H.Stern’s Zephyr 6 carat diamond solitaire earrings. Marisa Tomei wore H.Stern’s Zephyr Diamond Cuff with a dress in a creamy Orange Julius color.

In a blue mood, “Slumdog Millionaire’s” Freida Pinto topped off her soft periwinkle gown with classic Martin Katz 8-carat cushion-cut diamond drop earrings, seven-row diamond bracelet, and a 53-carat diamond bracelet wrapped in her hair. SAG Award winner Kate Winslet, in royal blue, wore 22-carat pear-shaped diamond drop earrings and a 39-carat multi-shape three-row diamond bracelet by Chopard.

Generally the SAG awards are more accurate at predicting winners at the Oscars than the Golden Globes. Does that mean that in addition to an Oscar for Kate, we can expect bright colors, fussy or plunging necklines, lots of big diamond studs, and piled on bracelets on the Academy’s red carpet?
Lisa Rinna and Jane Krakowski at SAG  Awards
Longoria, Tomei, and Winslet at SAG Awards
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