Janelle Monáe rocked one of the most jeweled looks of the night at the Grammys, piling on more pieces than many of her fellow singers.
Though there were a few big, bold jewelry looks at the 58th annual Grammy Awards held Monday night in Los Angeles, the accessorizing seemed to be, for the most part, tame.

Drop earrings, the go-to piece for red carpet appearances, were spotted on celebs from Anna Kendrick to Adele and necklaces were seen on singers Demi Lovato and Taylor Swift, a look that began to reemerge at the recently held Screen Actors Guild Awards.  

Still, regardless of whether long earrings or impressive necklaces are taking a turn in the spotlight at an awards show, rings are a constant, and usually heavily set with diamonds.

Though on a somewhat more muted scale, this year’s Grammy Awards were no different; there were two-finger rings, enormous gems set in dome-shaped rings and perfectly paired diamond rings.

See six looks from the event below.





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