Since I went haywire on fashion and jewelry worn at the "Met Gala" I just can't stop. A little Joan (Fashion Police) is in me. Plus, how exciting, my followers have asked for more. You only have to ask me once! So, how can I resist. I get more excited when I see celebrities wearing affordable jewelry. Not fake, not "knock offs" but the real thing that truly is attainable.

 

Let’s get started. “Extra, Extra", Royal Jewelry was on the ears of Zendaya. One of the Met's 10 best dressed. (Not mine) Liked the wig, but it stopped there. However, her stud earrings and geometric diamond and white gold band were perfectly fitting for the “Fresh Face" parties recently given by Marie Claire.

 

Kristen Ritter also wore Royal Jewelry for her Netflix original series premiere “Marvels Jessica Jones."

The end all, be all was our girl JLO. Her big show at Planet Hollywood is donning rave reviews. JLO (wearing Royal Jewelry) really made a statement in a short white, tight 3 key hole dress while wearing Royal Jewelry's all white diamond bypass ring on her forefinger.  Just enough flash to go with the dress. Not too much. Perfect as always, well almost always.  Jlo was in NYC for NBC's Upfront. Which is recognizing the pickup of her show’s Second Season, starring JLO and Ray Liotta.

 Let's move on to more jewels that can be tried on, make you feel chic, and maybe be a self-purchase at a Preferred Jeweler.

 

First Michelle Obama wore LeVian earrings and Pasquale Bruni bracelets and ring to the Nordic State Dinner. 

 Actress Janelle Monae was also seen donning LeVian diamond rings.

 

Like I keep saying, who needs expensive Lorraine Schwartz, Harry Winston or Chopard. We have Red Carpet stars that wear jewelry that you can also afford. Plus, you can find them at a Preferred Jeweler. Preferred Jewelers will make you feel like a First Lady or a Red Carpet actress. Never be afraid or hesitate to go in to a Preferred Jeweler and give that jewelry a try.  Jewelry Chatter Box is here to tell you the jewels are attainable and should be in your own jewelry box.

 

One of my favorite T.V. actresses is on Chicago Med. Her name is Yaya DaCosta. (Just diagnosed with TB in the season finale) She was also wearing LeVian Neo Geo and a Vanilla Diamond bangle to NBC Universal’s 2016 Upfront Presentations. I'm pretty sure Chicago Med was picked up for another season.

 

I hope Yaya doesn't die from TB, that would really bum me out, but at least she wears great jewelry.

 

Two more celebrities shinning in LeVian were singer song writer Cheryl Lloyd. She chose my favorite Black & White diamonds; the classiest duo I think in most collections. Whether it be jewelry or fashion. Two wide bands on one hand made a statement and complimented her black & white straight shift dress. This was for the BMI Pop Awards.

 

Model Rachel Hilbert also spotted in two LeVian rings in Vegas. She was partying at the new Wynn club Intrigue. She wore a Chocolate & White Diamond fashion ring and gold and all Vanilla LeVian ring. In Vegas I did get out my LeVian jewels to party at my favorite hotel in Vegas. Yes, The Wynn.

 

Lavern Cox at the Media Awards wore Forevermark earrings.

 

Remember my loyal followers, like I told you in my last blog, Preferred Retailers carry Forevermark. If you need help in locating a Preferred Retailer carrying Forevermark and you would like to see the collection just call Preferred Headquarters. We will be happy to direct you. You can reach us at 888-998-8874.

 

Just ask for Laurie or Estelle or Sophie. They are friendly and will direct you to the Preferred Retailer you need. You never know what you will find to get you Red Carpet Ready! Plus, no other jeweler offers a free nationwide lifetime warranty.

 

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