Posted Mon, January 28, 2013 3:30pm EST

The Best Statement Jewelry & Accessories At The 2013 SAG Awards

From statement jewels to stand out clutches there were so many eye-catching accessories on the red carpet. See the most standout looks & let us know who you think donned the best accessories of the night!

There’s always so much glitz and glam on the red carpet at an award show, and the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA on Jan. 27 was no exception. From gorgeous earrings to statement necklaces, cocktail rings and embellished clutches, these stars perfectly paired their dresses with award-winning accessories — and we couldn’t get enough of all the fantastic jewelry on the red carpet! These a-listers know that the right accessories really tie a red carpet look together, with so many stylish stars finishing off their ensembles with statement jewels.

While we didn’t see many necklaces at the Golden Globes, the trend was back and better than ever at the SAG Awards, with stars like Jessica Chastain and Jennifer Lawrence working the trend. Jennifer opted for a statement Chopard piece that looked lovely against her navy strapless Dior dress. Jessica, who also looked gorgeous in a strapless gown, worked her red hot Alexander McQueen frock with a Harry Winston necklace. From the color of her dress to the accessories, everything about the star channeled old Hollywood glamour — and we loved it!

Glee‘s Lea Michele paired her hot pink Valentino gown with colorful Jennifer Meyer earrings, while Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss

opted for a more classic style, standing out in Forevermark diamond studs that have a whopping million dollar price tag. Regardless of the shape or size, there’s no denying the fact that both stars made a major statement with their choice of earrings.

See what other beautiful bling stood out at the SAG Awards and let us know what accessories you liked best!

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