Khloe Kardashian Shows True’s Baby Diamond Studs

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Khloe Kardashian’s daughter True Thompson may only be 3 months old, but she’s already accessorizing like a fashionista. A recent video Khloe posted to her Snapchat showed True’s pierced ears, which featured some gorgeous baby diamond studs.

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The sweet video showed True looking into the camera before yawning, while also wearing a Snapchat filter flower crown with her baby diamond studs. The latter part of the clip also features new mother Khloe saying to her baby in a sing-song voice, “the song is over, new song!”

Khloe’s decision to pierce True’s ears keeps in step with the rest of her family, many of whom  also pierced their children’s ears at a young age. Khloe’s sister Kim pierced her daughter North’s ears around her first birthday, while Khloe’s sister Kylie had pierced her daughter Stormi’s ears by age 5 months.

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When Khloe revealed her baby’s pierced ears on her Snapchat, it sparked some debate on social media, just as her nieces’ pierced ears did. The topic of when to pierce a child’s ears can sometimes be controversial, as perceptions around piercing a baby’s ears are often very different across cultures. However, Khloe has been quick to fight back against her critics.

Khloe said in a recent blog post on her app that new moms such as herself get a lot of unwelcome feedback. The always outspoken Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wrote a post called “10 Things To Never Say To A New Mom,” which included the advice that people should should never ask a new mom what kind of birth they had or whether they are breastfeeding their baby.

Khloe wrote on the subject, “This is such a personal issue. You never know the private struggles someone could be going through and how terrible it may be making them feel.” She also opened up about dealing with criticism, saying, “Mommy shaming is real!”

True is Khloe’s first child, but she may not be her last. Having three children seems to be the standard among her sisters, as both Kim and Kourtney have three children. Khloe commented on an Instagram posted by her sister Kim, writing, “So I don’t get what’s happening here— after three kids is there a secret rule that moms get hotter? You and Kourt are really making me think about the three kid rule.”

However many children Khloe ends up having, we can only hope they’ll all be as stylish as little True.

10 Amazing Facts About Diamonds

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Diamonds are deeply ingrained in our culture; we see them everywhere. Yet, diamonds are such a part of our everyday life that most people rarely stop to think much about them. Want to learn a bit more about what make the diamond so unique and special? Here are 10 amazing facts about diamonds.

Diamonds Are the Hardest Substance On Earth

Did you know that diamonds are the hardest naturally occurring substance on earth? They’re not just the hardest gemstone, but also the hardest material across every category. Diamonds are so hard that only another diamond can scratch one!

“Diamond” Means “Invincible”

The word “diamond” is derived from the Greek word “adamas,” which means invincible or unconquerable, a very fitting name for this incredibly strong gemstone.

Many Diamonds Are Billions of Years Old

Many diamonds are more than a billion years old (yes, that’s billion with a “b”), with the oldest diamonds on record coming in at 3 billion years old. Most diamonds are this old because the majority of diamond formation took place billions of years ago. However, there are some diamonds that are newer, with the youngest being hundreds of millions of years old.

Diamonds Are Made of Pure Carbon

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The diamond is made of only one element: carbon. Pure carbon can take many forms, including coal, graphite, and, of course, diamonds. So, how can pure carbon be so many different things? Carbon can change form depending on what it’s been exposed to. For example, carbon turns into diamonds when it is exposed to immense heat and pressure in the Earth’s mantle.

We Can Reach Diamonds Because of Volcanic Eruptions

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Diamonds are formed in deep in the Earth’s mantle. But the Earth’s mantle is far too hot for excavation, so how do we reach diamonds? The answer might surprise you: it’s believed that the eruption of underground volcanos is what moves most diamonds higher into the Earth’s continental plate (where we can excavate).

Diamonds Can Form Due to Asteroid Impact

While most diamonds form over a long period in Earth’s crust, some form instantly. How? Through asteroid impact. When a large enough asteroid hits the Earth, it creates enough heat and pressure to form diamonds at the impact site.

Diamonds Were Once Thought to Be the “Tears of the Gods”

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In ancient Rome and Greece, diamonds were highly regarded. Both of these cultures believed that diamonds were either tears cried by the gods or splinters of falling stars.

Cupid’s Arrows Were Tipped With Diamonds

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One of the oldest records the association of love with diamonds is found in Roman mythology. According to ancient Roman texts, Cupid, the god of love, carried arrows that were tipped with diamonds.

The Largest Diamond Ever Found Was 3,106 Carats

Have you ever wondered how big the largest diamond is? The largest diamond ever found was called the Cullinan diamond, which weighed in at an astounding 3,106 carats. This raw diamond was eventually cut into nine large diamonds and a hundred smaller diamonds.

There Is a Planet Made of Diamonds (And a Star!)

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The biggest diamond lovers might dream of visiting 55 Cancri e, a planet made of carbon that is one-third diamond. Or perhaps they might dream of visiting the star named Lucy (also known as V886 Centauri and BPM 37093), which is a white dwarf star that is essentially an enormous, 10 billion trillion trillion carat diamond.

There you have it. 10 absolutely amazing facts about diamonds and 10 reasons why we find them so important. Browse stunning diamond jewelry at diamondstuds.com.

How to Spot a Fake Diamond

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When purchasing a diamond, make sure you’re buying from a reputable source. Some diamonds come with a GIA or EGL USA certification, which ensure they are real, but most don’t. If you’re worried that a diamond you purchased may be fake, there are many ways you can check its authenticity. Let’s take a look at some of the options for spotting a fake diamond.

Look for Flaws Under a Magnifying Glass

One way to spot a fake diamond at home is to look at it under a magnifying glass. Get a magnifying glass (of ten times magnification or higher) and compare your suspected fake to a diamond you know is real. In this test, finding flaws (internal and external) is actually a good sign that your diamond is likely to be real.

Real diamonds are formed over many years in the earth’s crust. This natural formation leads to some flaws on the diamond, flaws that will look like tiny scratches under magnification. Many fakes, on the other hand, have no flaws at all, as they were made in a lab.

One thing to note about this, however, is that some real diamonds may have no flaws if they are internally and externally flawless. This type of natural diamond is incredibly rare (and tends to be incredibly expensive) but it is possible that your diamond may be flawless rather than fake. If you’re unsure after doing the magnification test, you can always take your diamond into a jeweler for a second opinion.

Test the Density of a Fake Diamond

Here’s a simple way to spot a fake diamond: place the loose stone in a glass of water and watch how it sinks. Real diamonds are very dense and will sink to the bottom of the glass. Many fakes will not and will either fall slowly or float. This test works best on smaller stones, as larger fakes may have enough weight to sink quickly, even though they may not be as dense as a real diamond.

See if You Can Read Through Your Diamond

For this test, get a newspaper, book, or magazine and put your gemstone up to the words. If your diamond is real, it’s very unlikely that you’ll be able to see through it, as a diamond with even a decent cut will scramble up the text through light reflection and refraction. Some fakes, on the other hand, will allow you to see through to the page. This is particularly true for fakes made from glass and cubic zirconium.

Note: this test works best on round or other brilliant cut gemstones. It may not be the best test for step cut stones, which reflect light in a different way and are easier to see through, whether they are diamonds or not.

Check for Fogginess

A simple way to check a diamond for authenticity is to is head to a cool or cold location and breathe on the gemstone. Because of their chemical composition, real diamonds don’t hold heat well, which means they won’t fog up from your breath. However, other stones, including moissanite, will fog up quite easily.

Debunking an Old Wives’ Tale: The Glass Scratch Test

For our last tip, we wanted to point out a commonly recommended test that doesn’t work. You may see some people talking about doing a “glass test” to determine a diamond’s authenticity. This test involves running your suspected fake against a piece of glass and seeing whether or not it scratches the glass. While a real diamond will certainly be able to scratch glass, so will many other types of gemstones, including cubic zirconia, quartz, moissanite, and lab made diamonds. So, this test is not one we’d recommend, as many commonly used fake diamond materials will also pass.

Delicate Rose Gold Jewelry for Her

Rose gold has a uniquely romantic look. Its blushing pink color is beautiful on all skin tones, with its warm yet neutral glow. This gorgeous precious metal pairs particularly well with delicate jewelry designs, adding a distinctively feminine touch. Since delicate rose gold jewelry is a currently trending style, we thought we’d take a look at some of our favorite delicate rose gold jewelry pieces that showcase the best of this trend. 

Delicate Rose Gold Jewelry Guide

Rose Gold Diamond Pendant with Six Prong Setting

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This rose gold and diamond pendant is as sweet as can be. Here, a shimmering white diamond dangles elegantly in a delicate 14k rose gold setting. The unique six prong design of this pendant setting adds beautiful detail to this piece, giving this classic design an extra special touch.

Rose Gold Bezel Set Diamond Studs

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The bezel settings used in these elegant diamond earrings give them a chic, contemporary look. These 14k rose gold bezel settings give these earrings a soft radiance, while also offering great protection to their featured diamonds, as they surround them on all sides.

Cushion Cut Diamond Solitaire Ring

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In this design, a fiery cushion cut diamond sits delicately in a simple four prong rose gold setting. The rose gold used here perfectly compliments the vintage style of the distinctive yet classic cushion cut, which was the most popular diamond shape of the vintage era. This ring works beautifully as an everyday ring, adding chic shimmer to your daily style.

Rose Gold Dangle Diamond Earrings

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These dangle earrings are delicate, elegant, and incredibly sparkly. Here, two white diamonds are set in our signature dangle stud setting. Along the rose gold lever back closures of these earrings lies a row of shimmering accent diamonds, which add further sparkle to the design. The larger white diamonds that dangle from the settings sway gently as the wearer moves, catching maximum light and creating a beautiful, shimmering effect.

Pink Sapphire Studs

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Why not add a pop of color to her jewelry collection with these gorgeous pink sapphire studs? The romantic color of the pink sapphire pairs beautifully with the classic rose gold four prong settings used in this design, creating a playful and ultra feminine style.

Want to see even more radiant rose gold jewelry? View our full rose gold collection.

Design Your Own Fine Jewelry Gifts

Fine jewelry is a lovely, thoughtful choice for a gift. It’s timeless, beautiful, and something that will last for a lifetime. While all fine jewelry makes an excellent choice for a gift, custom made jewelry offers extra meaning that can make fine jewelry even more special. When you create custom jewelry for a loved one, you’re showing them that you took extra time considering what they would like. You’re creating something totally their own and gifting them something as unique and wonderful as they are.

At Diamond Studs, we have several simple-to-use jewelry builders that you can use to design your own custom fine jewelry gifts, including diamond studs, solitaire rings, and diamond and gemstone pendants.

Design Your Own Diamond Studs

Our custom diamond stud designer couldn’t be more simple. First, you choose your desired diamond shape from a variety of different options, like classic round diamonds and unique fancy diamond shapes. Then, choose your desired setting style, selecting from our classic 3 or 4 prong settings, our modern bezel setting, our glamorous halo setting, or our elegant dangle setting. Next, you select your ideal precious metal, choosing from a variety of different gold options (14k or 18k white, yellow, or rose gold) or platinum. Finally, you can choose your exact diamond size and quality to finish your custom diamond stud earrings.

After you’ve created your diamond stud earrings, you can also choose from a number of different earring back options, which allows you to select the exact level of security you desire.

Design Your Own Solitaire Ring

Whether you are looking for a unique engagement ring or a dazzling fashion ring, using our solitaire ring builder allows you to craft something totally unique. We offer a number of different options for your center stone, including white diamonds, colored diamonds, and gemstones. Once you’ve decided which center stone you’ll choose, creating a custom ring is simple. Just choose your desired gemstone or diamond shape, then decide on your ideal setting style and precious metal. Lastly, finalize your custom solitaire ring by selecting your desired quality and size for your center stone.

Design Your Own Pendant

Our custom diamond pendant designer lets you create the exact pendant you desire. You can choose from a variety of different diamond shapes, setting options, and precious metals to create your ideal look. Then, you can select your preferred diamond quality and size to finish your custom pendant.

If you’re looking for a pop of color, we also have custom colored diamond and gemstone pendant designers to help you create the colorful pendant you’ve been dreaming of.

4 Pairs of Diamond Studs That Will Make You Swoon

There’s no more essential piece of jewelry than a pair of diamond studs. While the most popular shape for diamond studs is the classic round brilliant, diamond studs come in many different shapes, which allows you to choose a shape that perfectly fits your style. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of our favorite diamond stud shapes and talk a bit about what makes them special. Whether you’re looking to get your first pair of diamond studs or shopping for a new shape to spice up your collection, these diamond studs will make you swoon.

Cushion Cut

2 Carat Cushion Cut Diamond Studs in 14k White Gold Settings

Cushion cut diamond studs offer excellent fire (the rainbow-colored light that shimmers from a diamond) and have unique shape that gives them a vintage look. The cushion cut diamond, which was once called the old mine cut, is shaped like a square or rectangle with rounded corners. For many years, the cushion cut diamond was the most popular diamond shape, thanks to its fiery sparkle.

The cushion cut diamond looks beautiful in every metal, whether you want the icy look of white gold or platinum, or the warmer look of yellow or rose gold. The beautiful pair of cushion cut diamond earrings featured above showcases two dazzling 2 carat cushion cut diamonds set in white gold. The simple beauty of the white gold settings used here excellently compliments the cushion cut’s halo of rainbow light.

Round Cut

2 Carat Round Cut Diamond Studs in 14k White Gold Settings

Round cut diamonds are the most popular diamond shape today, thanks to their incredible sparkle and classic look. The round cut diamond is cut in what’s called a “brilliant” style, which is a way of cutting a diamond for maximum brilliance (the white-colored light that shimmers from a diamond). The round brilliant cut is unmatched in its ability to reflect and refract light.

The second most popular diamond shape, the princess cut diamond, is also a brilliant cut. However, when comparing a round vs. princess cut diamond, the round comes out above the princess in brilliance. The main reason that people choose a princess cut diamond rather than a round diamond usually comes down to style. The round diamond has a more classic look, while the princess diamond is a bit more modern.

The dazzling pair of round cut diamond earrings seen above features two 1 carat round cut diamonds set in white gold. These earrings are classic, gorgeous, and a true must-have for any diamond lover.

Pear Cut Diamonds

2 Carat Pear Cut Diamond Studs in 14k White Gold Settings

Pear cut diamonds, also called teardrop diamonds, are as unique as they are beautiful. The pear cut diamond is a less common diamond shape that has been coming back into style among those who want a less traditional diamond shape. The pear cut offers all the sparkle of any other white diamond, but has a more distinctive, eye-catching look.

Featured above is a dazzling set of pear cut diamond studs that will have heads turning from across the room. Here, two one carat pear shaped diamonds are set in elegant white gold v-end prong settings. This specialized earring setting cradles the delicate point of the pear shaped diamond, while still allowing the sides of this beautiful shape to be seen.

Asscher Cut Diamonds

2 Carat Asscher Cut Diamond Studs in 14k White Gold Settings

The asscher cut diamond is an art deco dream. This unique diamond cut, which has a square shape with cut corners and step cut facets, gets its name from the Asscher Brothers, who created the cut in 1902. The distinctive asscher diamond reached peak popularity in the 1920s during the art deco period of the 1920s, when bold geometric shapes (like those of the asscher cut) were all the rage.

Today, the asscher cut diamond is highly desired among many people, especially those who love its vintage look. Featured above is a pair of asscher cut earrings that perfectly showcases the asscher diamond’s distinct beauty. Here, two asscher cut diamonds are set in white gold, creating an icy, geometric style that’s to die for.

Can’t get enough diamond studs? View our full collection.

Gifts That “Naturally Rock”

White Gold Martini Set Round Diamond Studs

Diamonds are one of nature’s most beautiful creations. Each of the world’s diamonds spent more than a billion years forming under very specific conditions deep within the earth. The result of these serendipitous circumstances is nature’s most beautiful mineral, the diamond. To celebrate this dazzling gemstone, we’ve put together this list of some of our current favorite diamond pieces. Browse below see our list of gifts that “naturally rock” and find the perfect gift for the special someone in your life (or, of course, the perfect gift for yourself).

These dazzling white diamond studs (which are also featured in the photo at the top of this page) have a classic elegance. Here, two shimmering white diamonds are set in a martini setting. The martini setting gets its name from its triangular shape that’s reminiscent of a martini glass. This three-pronged setting gives these particular diamond studs an elegant touch that we can’t get enough of.

White Gold Emerald Cut Diamond Studs

The emerald cut is different from many other diamond shapes in that it’s step cut. With a step cut, large rectangular cuts are used to shape the diamond, which gives it a more dramatic flash factor. This gorgeous cut also allows the natural beauty of the clarity of a white diamond to take center stage. The purity of the emerald cut shines through brilliantly in this featured set of emerald cut diamond studs. Each diamond in this set has a radiant, “ice-like” quality that we adore.

White Gold Cushion Cut Diamond Studs

The cushion cut diamond has a classic appeal. This traditional cut, which used to be called the old mine cut, creates a gorgeous pattern of light from within a diamond. Cushion cut diamonds often have the best fire of any diamond shape, which helps add an air of magic to their beauty.

This featured pair of cushion cut diamonds is elegant and unique. While cushion cuts were the most popular diamond cut in many antique and vintage eras, today they are less commonly seen. This gives this pair of diamond studs a more distinctive look that sets it apart from other studs. In this set, the cushion cut studs are cradled in a beautiful white gold four prong setting that allows for maximum light entrance to ensure the natural beauty of the diamonds shines through.

Want to see even more gorgeous white diamond studs? Check out our full selection of radiant, beautiful diamond studs.

Make Father’s Day “Rock” With These Gifts

Father’s Day is just a few days away and, to help you celebrate, we’re highlighting some incredible gifts that will make his day extra special. This selection includes an array of luxe, striking fine jewelry pieces that will help him take his style game to a whole new level. As a bonus, all of our men’s pieces are currently 20% off (just use the code DAD20 at checkout)!

The Father’s Day Gift Guide

Black Round Cut Diamond Earrings

These incredible black diamond earrings are perfect for a man with a fashion-forward sense of style. In these earrings, a total of 50 round black diamonds are arranged in a bold square shape. These earrings are set in white gold and include an inlaid white gold square accent that ups the visual interest (and style) of this unique set.

White Gold Bezel Set White Diamond Earring

A classic man deserves a classic gift. This single white diamond earring is an incredible choice for a man with sophisticated sensibilities. Here, a dazzling one carat white diamond is set in 14k white gold. The bezel setting here gives this stud a sleek, modern look, while also offering extra protection to its featured white diamond.

Yellow Gold Brown Diamond Earring

Brown diamonds have a rich, warm look. Here, a single chocolatey brown diamond is prong set in yellow gold, which perfectly compliments the warm tones of the featured diamond. This single earring is both luxurious and unique, giving the wearer a stylish way to set themselves apart from the crowd.

Square Black Diamond Earring

This square black diamond earring is simple yet bold. Here, a sizable 1.75 carat black diamond is set in rose gold, which gives it a modern, on trend look. This sleek single diamond earring is as cool as it is opulent.

Cluster Round Diamond Earrings

This stunning set of diamond earrings is ideal for a man who loves a lot of bling. Here, multiple diamonds are clustered in round shape. Each of these round diamond earrings features 9 white diamonds, as opposed to the standard design that uses only one, which gives 9 times the flash factor.

Father’s Day Gifts That Rock

Want to see even more gifts for Father’s Day? Check out our entire collection of luxe fine earrings for men. If you’re shopping on a budget, be sure to check out our men’s gifts under $500 and our men’s gifts under $1,000. Remember, our 20% off Father’s Day sale is happening now! Just use our code DAD20 at checkout to get 20% your order.

To close out our gift guide, here are some great Father’s Day activity ideas you can use to make his day even more memorable. The key to a great Father’s Day celebration is planning something that’s specific to him. For example, if he loves sports, consider taking him to a ball game. Or if he loves the great outdoors, try a camping trip, or if you have a dad who is a foodie, throw him a barbecue party or take him to a beer tasting. Tailoring his Father’s Day celebrations to what he loves will remind him that you know him well and that you have paid attention to what’s important to him.

Diamond Studs for Everyday Wear

Diamonds are a great way heighten any look— especially casual looks. Wearing diamond studs with your everyday outfits adds a touch of sparkle and detail to your day-to-day life. It also adds visual interest to every ensemble and draws the eye to the face. While most diamond studs are perfect for everyday wear, there are a few we love more than the rest. Keep reading to see our 5 favorite diamond studs for everyday wear!

1.  Round Brilliant In Classic White Gold

Is there anything better than these classic diamond studs? Featuring two round brilliant diamonds prong set in radiant 14k white gold, these diamond studs are the picture of perfection. They’re chic, simple, and stunning.

2.   Princess Cut In Romantic Rose Gold

Princess cut diamonds are perfectly paired here with beautifully pink rose gold. Both princess cut diamonds and rose gold are especially romantic choices for diamond studs. Combined in these studs, they’re the perfect choice to add a dash of sweetness to your everyday look.

3.   Black Bezel Diamond Studs

These richly beautiful black diamond studs are the perfect daily go-to for those who have an edgier sense of style. The uniquely deep black diamonds in these earrings are paired with bezel settings, which give these studs a modern look and keeps their diamonds extra secure.

4.   Halo Set Round Diamond Studs

Who doesn’t want to add more glamour to their daily life? These halo set diamond studs are simple enough to be worn everyday, but dazzling enough to turn heads from across the room. Here, two round brilliant diamonds are set in two glittering diamond halos, then surrounded by white gold. The halo settings seen here not only add extra sparkle to these diamond studs, they also add the illusion of having larger center stones.

5.   Emerald Diamond Studs

A great way for diamond studs to feel both classic and unique is to choose a less typical diamond shape. Emerald shaped diamonds are a lovely choice for diamond studs, as they add a retro glamour that makes simple studs feel more sophisticated. Emeralds are also step cut, so they give off a different, more “flash-like” sparkle. These emerald studs are beautifully paired with 14k white gold prong settings, enhancing their flashing, ice-y beauty.

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Those are our five favorite diamond studs for everyday wear! Did you see a pair you loved? If you didn’t, remember that you can always use our diamond stud customizer to build your dream pair of diamond studs! Check out these guidelines for choosing quality diamond studs to make sure you’ll pick a pair that you’ll wear and cherish forever. 

Iconic Looks From the Met Gala

Zendaya channels Joan of Arc in a custom Versace gown at the 2018 Met Gala.

The Met Gala is always one of the most thrilling days of the year in the fashion world. Each year, we see stars sporting incredible, avant-garde looks inspired by the gala’s theme. This year’s theme was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” The theme was designed to create a dialogue between fashion and the stunning artistic representations of Catholicism featured in many of the Met’s religious artworks. Below are some of our favorite looks from the Met Gala

Lana Del Rey in custom Gucci.

Stars took many different approaches to dressing in this years theme. Some took the theme more literally by recreating specific artistic representations of Catholicism, like Lana Del Rey who wore a custom Gucci dress that featured a heart centerpiece affixed with daggers, a reference to classic artistic depictions of Our Lady Of Sorrows.

Rihanna stunned in Maison Margiela and a borrowed mitre.

Rihanna, one of the evening’s cohosts (and always one to watch at the Met Gala), also took a more literal approach, wearing a richly embellished papal-inspired ensemble. She even borrowed a real cardinal’s hat, which was loaned to her by Cardinal Timothy Dolan.

Along with all the richly brocaded and boldly iconographic looks worn at the gala, we saw two kinds of jewelry: oversized, show-stopping pieces (like the evening’s many tiaras and headdresses) and simple, classic pieces that served to accent and compliment stars’ bold ensembles without overpowering them.

Rihanna chose both a bold headpiece and more subtle jewelry to compliment her look. Here you can see her accessorizing with several pairs of small, gorgeous diamond hoops.

Get the look: Round Diamond Hoops in White Gold and Round Diamond Hoops in Yellow Gold.

Ariana Grande stunned in a custom Vera Wang dress that replicated some of the iconic art found in the Sistine Chapel. 

Ariana chose to accessorize her heavenly ensemble with only one piece of jewelry, a stunning pair of large round white diamond studs.

Get the look: Round Diamond Studs in 14k White Gold.

Diamond studs proved particularly popular among stars this year, with many stars choosing to accessorize with their simple beauty, as to not distract from their bold ensembles.

Kylie Jenner chose to wear large diamond studs as well, making her first major public appearance since giving birth to her daughter Stormi in a sleek black velvet Alexander Wang gown accessorized with small sunglasses and cushion cut diamond studs. 

Check out this guide for choosing quality diamond studs.

Get the look: Cushion Cut Diamond Studs in Platinum.

Model Joan Smalls also stunned on the red carpet in a pair of diamond studs, which elegantly complimented her glittering Tommy Hilfiger gown.

Get the look: Round Diamond Studs in 18k Yellow Gold.

These are just a few of our favorite looks from this years Met Gala, which proved to be one of  the best themes in recent years. From headdresses to embellished gowns to gorgeous symbolic ensembles, this year’s gala was truly a feast for the eyes.