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Michelle Obama in House of Lavande.
The FLOTUS, affectionately called a stylish, one-woman stimulus package by some, shut down the White House in green in March 2011. For the St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Mrs. Obama donned a vintage pair of shoulder-grazing, emerald earrings from House of Lavande.
Michelle Obama wore another striking pair of emerald-green House of Lavande drop earrings at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 34th Annual Awards Gala.
Did you know? The color emerald is the hue of mature love.
Beyoncé in Lorraine Schwartz.
Beyoncé showed humility at the 2013 Presidential Inauguration by donning a pair of emerald clusters from the famed Hollywood jeweler. Clocking in at a cool 80 carats, the dynamic drops could also symbolize Beyoncé’s recent adventures in motherhood with 1-year-old Blue Ivy.
Rihanna in Neil Lane.
Between Rihanna’s flaming lob and her optic white pantsuit, the sultry songstress hit a high note with fans and fashion enthusiasts alike at the 2011 Billboard Awards. This was before we even saw a glimpse of her dazzling Neil Lane Round Diamonds Emerald Drop Earrings, successfully uplifting her look with a touch of balance.
Viola Davis in Lorraine Schwartz.
One of the highlights of the 2012 Oscars was feasting upon Viola Davis in all of her glowing, wig-snatching glory. Ms. Davis stunned in all-emerald-everything, stunting on most of the women in attendance. While a web of sparkling diamonds caged her emerald-green drops, she wowed in a sheath of peace and reflection.
Did you know? Green promotes tranquility and renewal.
Janelle Monae in Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection.
And if you’re not down with the dangle, check out Janelle Monae in Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection. Possibly one of the coolest CoverGirl spokeswomen ever, Glamour Magazine photographed Janelle in her signature poof, black-and-white outfit and (surprise) chic diamond and emerald studs.