A Closer Look at Tracee Ellis Ross’ Million-Dollar Emmys Jewelry

Bearing witness to the glamour of the Venice Film Festival, the campiness seen at MTV Video Music Awards, and the no-holds-barred approach to dressing for this year’s Met Gala, we think it’s safe to say that Fashion with a capital F is back on the red carpet. Events may be smaller and more intimate this season, but that didn’t stop last night’s Emmy Awards from going all out. Some debuted buttercup delights that wowed the audience, while others opted for drama in a non-sartorial fashion. Tracee Ellis Ross, however, was seeing red.

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The Black-ish actress was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, and while she lost the nod to Jean Smart, she’s a winner in our eyes for her fashion choices alone. Styled by Karla Welch, Ross attended the ceremony wearing a lustrous crimson gown by Valentino couture. Her footwear is one of many reasons Ross is always relatable to fans (she switched from sky-high Christian Louboutin stilettos to red Birkenstocks), but her jewelry is something to aim for. As an ambassador for Tiffany & Co., it was only natural for Ross to wear the iconic house’s gems to this year’s award show.

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Collectively estimated to be priced over one million dollars, her selection of jewelry will make your heart flutter. From stacks of diamond-studded bracelets to cocktail rings set with rubies and sapphires bigger than your eyeballs, the star continues to solidify her place as the gold standard of the red carpet.

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