Booming voices, big stars and even bigger earrings were all in attendance at the 2014 Tony Awards, which took place in New York City's Radio City Music Hall. Hugh Jackman may have thrilled the crowd with his tap shoes, but other stars garnered a great deal of attention with their sparkling accessories.
When looking through the selection provided by Fine Jewelers, be sure to keep these trends on your mind as you pick out the perfect piece of jewelry.
Bold earring sets stole the show
Idina Menzel is known for her powerful vocals, and while her cartoon-counterpart Elsa from "Frozen" may have inspired her own fashion trends in 2014, Menzel turned quite a few heads with her classic look. The Broadway star sported a silky maroon gown that reflected hints of yellow, and while she ported a colorful clutch, her chest remained bare. However, her earrings nearly stole the spotlight, as the large chandelier danglers sparkled with just a dash of red, providing the ideal accent to her dress.
Menzel was not the only star to rock a clean chest and bold earring combination at the event. Emmy Rossum, star of the film "Phantom of the Opera" and television series "Shameless," rocked an elegant silver gown with an elaborate ribbon design. While her dress tied at the top and left little room for a necklace, she wore a set of long silver earrings that provided the perfect pop to the outfit.
Bustin' out the bangles
In addition to the many sets of stunning earrings, several stars were also sporting bangles to accompany their gowns. Along with the sparkling ear accessories, Rossum wore one silver bangle, which allowed the actress' look to remain classy but not overdone.
Lena Hall, winner of the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical for her part in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," stunned in a set of large bracelets with both gold and silver weaved throughout. The actress' dress was a solid navy blue, and she wore no accessories, save for the bangles.
One actress who sported both jewelry trends was Anika Noni Rose, who was nominated for the same award as Hall. Rose rocked a one-shoulder flowy gown that cinched at the waist with a textured black belt. The cheetah-print dress allowed the gold in her earrings, ring and bracelets to shine as she strutted down the carpet.