The dresses at the Emmys are swoon-worthy, but let's not forget about the sparkling jewelry that completes every celebrities look. These pieces may be small, but they're packed with style -- so why not give them the spotlight they deserve? Below are the prettiest pieces of jewelry that our favorite stars paired with their flawless red carpet dresses.
to the most stunningly jeweled cast at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards 2014 to the family everyone wants to be apart of, Modern Family. The beloved cast is no stranger to taking home the trophy! This year marks the fifth year in a row, ABC’s Modern Family won for outstanding comedy series. We would've given our shiny honor to Sofia Vergara alone, but the entire cast shone bright last night. Let's follow the family from the beginning of their Emmy adventure to the after party!
Sarah Hyland, 23, who stars as Haley Dunphy on Modern Family was absolutely flawless as she graced the red carpet. Her eyebrows alone were better than Mayim Bialik's entire Emmy existence (remember Blossom?) .
As for Haley Dunphy's TV mom -- Claire Dunphy, played by Julie Bowen, she pulled off a Peter Som floral printed gown. The Modern Family star added more blue to her beautiful look with Geneva Seal's very own Jacob & Co. sapphire drop earrings and sapphire cabochon ring.
Even though the cast of Orange Is The New Black went home empty handed this year, Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon are proof that the best award show accessory isn't always a trophy.
The Modern Family and Orange Is the New Black ladies weren't the only ones who sparkled at the Emmys. We've picked out some of our favorite jeweled Goddesses below...
Geneva Seal is proud to recognize George Katsiopoulos, who hosts E! News Fashion Police. Katsiopoulos wore the Roger Dubuis Excalibur single tourbillon timepiece last night to the Emmys. Chicago's favorite jeweler, Leonard Goldberg is not only a brand ambassador for Roger Dubuis, but Geneva Seal is the only authorized dealer for Roger Dubuis in Illinois!
Breaking Bad writer, Moira Walley-Beckett picked up a Best Writing Emmy, which makes her the first solo woman to win the award in the Drama category since 1994 — the other female writers since then all co-wrote with men (times.com).
The mastermind behind Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan said, “That’s a sad statement, really — that [it's] been 20 years,” he continued, “that’s a sobering bit of history, but I’m sure glad Moira was the one who broke the streak. She wrote one of the best episodes we’ve ever had of Breaking Bad, and I’m so glad she won for it.”