Still reeling from last weekend's BAFTAs and its showcase of talent, glitter and glamour? Don't worry, us too. But despite how fantastic and worthy the prize winners are, year on year we can't help but swoon even more over the array of beautiful dresses parading down that red carpet. Just us?
When it comes to formal wear, accessories can often take a bit of a back seat, but this year we were delighted to notice some sterling efforts amongst the BAFTAs jewellery wearers - showing us all how to add that glamorous finishing touch to our formal wear.
This ensemble may have earned Reese Witherspoon some cruel comparisons to a bottle of grape juice (personally, we think she looks fab), but her jewellery was completely faultless. A simple sparkly cuff meant Reese's shape-enhancing purple punch did all the talking for her, but injected some interest into an otherwise streamlined look. Get a similar look by adding Anna Lou's monogram disc bracelet to your formal look. Simple enough to match every dress, yet special enough to add some interest, this stunning chain bracelet can be engraved with your own monogrammed initials for a party piece everyone will be talking about. (£54)
Alice Eve's dramatic black gown is perfectly framed by scraped back hair, a pop of red lipstick and silver jewellery. Like Reese, Alice's silver cuff adds some extra attention to her colour block outfit. However, real fash points go to her silver drop earrings - the ideal accessory to keep some interest at the top half of a simple gown and draw focus to her beautiful face, of course. Wear the XO earrings with a simple black gown and add life to your look in less than 5 seconds. (£80)
Another member of the cuff club, Dianna Agron, shows us how it's done with chunky gold accessories and a sassy quiff. Adding gold is a sure fire way to luxe up your formal look, and works well here by adding edge to a romantically draped gown. Work the look without spending an arm and a leg, by adding a stack of Forget Me Knot bangles and your sassiest pout. (£35 each)
By Charlea Glanville