We often get customers who want us to create Hawaiian jewelry that reflects what various celebrities wore at different Awards functions. It’s actually a great way to get some classy Hawaiian jewelry at affordable rates. We work hard to adapt the celebrity look and yet retain a Hawaiian flavor to the jewelry. The combination almost always results in stunning and unique pieces!
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) February 7, 2006
Getting a bit of celebrity style for her wardrobe is something every woman aims for. Most women spend countless hours watching awards shows – not to see who wins – but to check the latest fashion trends. Says Mr. Yoshi of MyHawaiianJewelry.com, “We often get customers who want us to create Hawaiian jewelry that reflects what various celebrities wore at different Awards functions. It’s actually a great way to get some classy Hawaiian jewelry at affordable rates. We work hard to adapt the celebrity look and yet retain a Hawaiian flavor to the jewelry. The combination almost always results in stunning and unique pieces!”
As seen by the trends followed at the 2006 Golden Globes and 77th Academy Awards, earrings are currently the most popular piece of jewelry favored by the stars. From chandeliers and diamond drops to studs and some outrageously funky pieces, they were all there. Here are some of the best designs in jewelry worn by celebrity stars to the different Awards functions and how the styles can be adapted Hawaiian style.
- Reese Witherspoon’s triple drop diamond earrings at the 2006 Golden Globes have to be the most coveted piece of jewelry at the Awards. Now most women cannot afford triple globe diamond earrings that possibly cost six figures. However, despair not. Mr. Yoshi of MyHawaiianJewelry.com says women can easily cop Reese’s gorgeous style by choosing to buy triple drop earrings made with Tahitian pearls instead of diamonds. The look is elegant, chic and absolutely stunning and yet the cost a fraction of the original.
- Ziyi Zihng’s of ‘Memoirs of a Geisha’ fame wore feminine and graceful long drop earrings at the 2006 Golden Globes. These are also a rage and can easily be created using black Tahitian pearls. They are perfect for petite women or to showoff stunning shoulders in a strapless dress. Black pearls with sparkling diamonds are a great look for a night of partying in Hawaii.
- Christel Khalil from ‘The Young and the Restless’ and was nominated for an Emmy in 2004 for her role as Lily Winters. Christel loves wearing flowers and would in fact be a perfect model for Hawaiian jewelry. Hawaiian jewelry uses many flower motifs like plumerias, hibiscus and orchids. Christel’s playful and colorful flower necklaces could actually be inspired by Hawaiian jewelry!
- Mischa Barton’s pearl danglers featured in the November 2005 issue of OK magazine are simply to die for. Long, elegant diamond earrings that end in a pearl drop. Hawaiian Tahitian pearls pairs with long braided platinum earrings are the perfect option to steal this celebrity look.
Chandelier earrings and long, drop earrings are definitely the latest trends in jewelry being worn by the stars. And Hawaiian Tahitian pearl jewelry is the easiest and most economical way for the regular hardworking woman to add some celebrity bling to her jewelry collection!
http://movies.about.com/od/awards/ig/globes01162006/globes200601.htm (link to photograph of Reese’s earrings for your reference).
http://www.emitations.com/pugfauxpeard.html (Mischa Barton earrings)