What jewels will Jennifer Lawrence wear to the Oscars 2014

What will Jennifer Lawrence wear for the Academy Awards 2014? We look at the jewels that the star has worn on the red carpet over the past few years.


Hot star of the season Jennifer Lawrence who has already picked up awards from at the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors' Guild  and the BAFTA for her supporting role in 'American Hustle'. With so many red carpet appearances Jennifer Lawrence has had many opportunities to try out different jewellery looks. So what jewellery will Jennifer Lawrence chose to wear the to Academy Awards 2014? My guess, and note that this is only a guess, is that she might step out in Chopard for the big award. The reason I think Jennifer Lawrence may opt for Chopard is because at the Academy Awards 2013, she wore Chopard diamond earrings and necklace when she won her award for 'Best Actress' in Silver Linings. Maybe Chopard is a lucky choice for her. 

So far this Awards Season, Jennifer Lawrence has worn a variety of jewellrey, carefully chosen to match her outfit. At the SAGs she made an indie choice with Jennifer Meyer's amethyst and sapphire drop earrings to go with her Dior sequined gown. At the Golden Globes Jennifer Lawrence opted for Neil Lane jewels with a vintage style pair of drop earrings in jade and coral and a large emerald ring. The jewels alone were reported to be worth $2.5 million. 

Over the past few years, as Jennifer Lawrence's career has blossomed, she has also been seen wearing Bulgari and Dior so she is familiar with plenty of different jewellers. But my hunch is that she will opt for good luck Chopard. 


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