2021 GRAMMY Awards Roundup: Jewelry Trends

Check out all the dazzling diamond styles we were obsessing over last night

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Last night, our television screens were graced with uber-talented celebs. However, in true Hannah Blaine fashion, I was less concerned with the talent and more concerned with that bling! I’ve got a great jewelry trend round-up for you today, with one main overarching theme: diamond fashion.

The fashion was hot, the jewelry was hotter, and my favorite superstar of all time not only rocked his outfit, he also gave a killer performance AND won his first GRAMMY Award! Read below to find out who I’m talking about.

Let’s take a deep-dive into GRAMMY jewelry trends –

Diamond Love

Here, you’ll see we have some Hollywood elites sporting some flashy diamond staples. Rapper DaBaby and singer Noah Cyrus flaunted diamond necklaces in addition to some other neck candy, like personalized jewelry and symbolic pieces.

Check out these inspired pieces that are sure to be kept close to the heart.

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Hip/hop and pop mavens Lizzo and Megan Thee Stallion were stacked head-to-toe in diamond styles, like diamond drop earrings and stackable rings!

Sparkle and shine like these stunning celebs with lab-grown diamond favorites.

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We also saw a few other familiar trends that we have been LOVING here at Stuller! Let’s take a look at some other GRAMMY Awards jewelry trends.

Chain Crush

Chloe Bailey was spotted with the most perfect chain earrings to accentuate her neckline without having to wear a necklace. We all know chain-inspired jewelry has been hot, so get the Chloe Bailey look with some Stuller pieces, like flat link or rope chain earrings!

Embrace the Chain Crush with a couple of stunning earrings from 302® Fine Jewelry.

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Ear Party

Here we have one of the most prominent new faces to music, Pheobe Bridges, serving some gothic fashionista vibes. To round out her look, she stacked dangles and huggies together for a perfectly posh ear stack.

Add to your ear stack collection with these beauties.

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Pinkies Out

If you’ve read any of my awards show blogs before, you know I am a huge fan of Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes. Not only does her music make me happy, but her consistent simple jewelry style resonates with my personal style. Ugh, queen.

Here, my girl Britt is seen wearing not one but two pinky rings. That’s a trend I can get behind, considering one of my favorite new pieces from Stuller lately is this Cherub pinky ring.

Honorable Mention

This is it… the moment I’ve been waiting my whole career for. My honorable mention for this year’s GRAMMY Awards Show goes to my favorite person, the love of my life, the person I look up to the most… HARRY STYLES!

Harry has forever been one of my favorite examples of androgynous jewelry-wearers. He is a modern male pioneer of jewelry for men, and let me just say, I am here for it. Last night, Harry chose a more laid-back approach, with his signature rings and cross necklace. I wish he would’ve worn the pearls that he sports oh-so-well, but I don’t question any of the choices he makes. He can do no wrong in my eyes.

Be like Harry and celebrate your faith with symbols that tell the story of who you are.

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What were some of your favorite looks from last night’s show? Let me know in the comments below!


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