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Red Carpet Jeweler: The Big, Bold, and Short!

The Big, Bold, and Short!  lalalaShort hair is all the rage amongst Hollywood starlets. Actresses like Carey Mulligan and Michelle Williams are "opting for gamine ‘dos that draw attention to their delicate features and beautiful bone structure." Even Hermione (Emma Watson) lopped all her hair off following the wrap of Harry Potter 7: The Deathly Hallows. The great thing about this trend is that "pretty pixie cuts allow the starlets to experiment with unforgettable jewelry."

Carey Mulligan is seen here attending the 15th Annual Critic's Choice Movie Awards in Los Angeles "rocking a cropped coif and a striking statement necklace."

According to the Sparkle like the Stars blog, Mulligan's necklace "featured gold and silver-colored metals, as well as an assortment of gemstones and beads. Mulligan complemented the complicated jewelry with tiny tear-drop earrings. While longer locks may have competed with the necklace, Mulligan’s short hairstyle allowed the intricate and bold item to take center stage."

How is statement jewelry selling for you? Have you found these Hollywood trends trickling down to your town or city? Let us know!

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