The Best 2024 Golden Globes Jewelry Looks

The Best 2024 Golden Globes Jewelry Looks

From dazzling diamonds to glittering gemstones and polished pearls, the 81st Golden Globes sparkled with spectacular jewelry. Hollywood’s finest stunned in Barbie-inspired pink ensembles, sequin-embellished gowns, and statement-making jewelry. Here are some of the best jewelry looks from the 2024 Golden Globes.

Margot Robbie

The Barbie star stunned at this year’s Golden Globes wearing a sparkling pink sequined gown inspired by a “SuperStar Barbie” fashion from 1977. To complete the look, Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including stud earrings and a ring adorned with 33 carats of white and pink diamonds.

Shop the look: David Yurman Chatelaine® Stud Earrings

Dua Lipa

If anyone can pull off skeleton-inspired body detailing in a dress, it’s Dua Lipa. The megastar looked sensational in her Schiaparelli gown accessorized with a vintage Tiffany & Co. necklace embellished with yellow beryl, topaz quartz, and diamonds dating back to 1962.

Shop the look: Harry Winston The Duchess Necklace

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez stole the show (and our hearts) in a blooming Barbie pink gown featuring a corseted bodice and a flurry of roses for sleeves. As for her jewels, she opted for pink diamond drop earrings, a diamond hummingbird ring, and a pink crystal-embellished clutch for extra sparkle. If there was an award for Most Romantic Look of the Night, this would be the winner.

Shop the look: Blue Nile Pink Sapphire and Diamond Drop Earrings

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt looked regal as she walked the red carpet in a custom-made Alexander McQueen gown that glistened with gold sequins. She added even more shimmer with a bold gold leaf motif necklace by Tiffany & Co. along with a gold-and-diamond cuff, ring, and stud earrings.

Shop the look: Tiffany & Co. Leaves Necklace

Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale brought significant sparkle to the red carpet wearing a silver metallic corset with a translucent skirt and layers of twinkling jewels. Dripping in diamonds, the actress dazzled in sculptural drop earrings, matching cuff bracelets, and a huge flower ring.

Shop the look: De Beers Winter Bracelet

America Ferrera

America Ferrera made an entrance at the Golden Globes in a custom Dolce & Gabbana gown embellished with brooches crafted of crystals and pearls. The Ugly Betty star completed her look with a white diamond necklace and cascading diamond earrings by Harry Winston.

Shop the look: Cartier Diamond Collection Necklace

Taylor Swift

The Eras Tour star looked gorgeous in green at this year’s Golden Globes. Taylor Swift may have slipped in quietly, but it wasn’t long before she stole the spotlight wearing a green Gucci gown covered in sequins. To make her look all the glitzier, she finished things off with De Beers jewelry totaling more than 33 carats of white diamonds.

Shop the look: Tiffany & Co. Diamond Vine Drop Earrings

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep showcased an unparalleled fusion of tuxedo sophistication and glamor, courtesy of a custom design by Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli. Her ensemble featured a sequined jacket and skirt effortlessly paired with Fred Leighton jewels.

Shop the look: De Beers Marquise-Shaped Diamond Ring



About The Author


Debbie Azar is the Co-Founder and President of Gemological Science International (GSI), one of the largest gemological organizations in the world, and a distinguished leader in the global diamond and jewelry industry. As an executive with extensive knowledge of the jewelry and gem lab industries, her entrepreneurial skills and vision have helped GSI achieve rapid and continuous growth worldwide, establishing 13 leading-edge gemological facilities on four continents. She currently serves on the boards of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, Responsible Jewellery Council, and Jewelers for Children, and is a member of the 24 Karat Club of New York. She has been featured in Forbes, Daily Mail, Good Morning America, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fox Business, Fox5, CBS2, BOLDTV, Varney&Co, The Street, and NASDAQ, among others.

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