Best baubles from the 'Prisoners' premiere

Sep 16, 2013

The truth is, there's no wrong answer when it comes to accessorizing on the red carpet - while some stars like to catch some stares with oversized, eye-catching jewelry, others like to stick to subtler pieces.

This was especially evident at the recent premiere for "Prisoners" at the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences in Los Angeles, where the celebs opted for a range of jewelry.

Zoe Soul
Soul is definitely never afraid to go out on a fashion limb. So it came as no surprise that the actress-singer-dancer donned a daring ensemble for this premier: a black jumpsuit and chunky pastel pink lace-up wedges. Her accessories were just as eccentric as her garments, as well, and included a tribal-inspired belt and giant silver tassel earrings. Chandeliers look striking when your hair is pulled away from your face, like with Soul's swept-up bun. With a romper of a pair of skinny trousers, put on the Cultured Freshwater Pearl Pink Mother-Of-Pearl Marcasite Sterling Silver Antique-Finish Flower Ring and your outfit will instantly become more feminine and romantic.

Maria Bello
Sometimes understated jewelry is your best bet for a formal affair. In fact, with an over-the-top gown, it's better to opt for delicate pieces that won't overpower your garments. Bello, one of the stars of 'Prisoners,' made a smart move by following this tip. The 46-year-old actress sported a sheer sleeveless top with shimmering accents, a voluminous black knee-length skirt and sheer pointy black heels. Truth be told, enormous or ornate jewels would have been too much with an already striking ensemble. Instead, she opted for a pair of tiny sparkly studs, which perfectly complemented the metallic embroidery in her blouse. When you're rocking an outfit that already has enough 'wow' factor, don the