The Original Fortrove Designer
Jewelry Blog

The Met Gala is over and we're left breathless by all of the red carpet looks. Tonight, it seemed the higher the crown/halo was, the closer to God.

Alternatively, there were some subtle looks. On any other day, these looks may not be labeled "simple" or sleek, but on May 7, as the Met Gala celebrated it's new exhibit, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination", they were positively tame.

And while we certainly love a bold statement, there's definitely something to be said about a subtle silhouette paired with a stunning pair of earrings or a necklace. While these looks might skimp on impact, we feel they translate to every day life.

Image c/o Getty Images

Image c/o Getty Images

Kendall Jenner tons Off White top and trousers along with an amazing set of earrings from the new Tiffany & Co. "Paper Flowers" collection we talked about here.

Image c/o Getty Images

Model Lily Aldridge stunned in canary yellow plunging gown paired with diamond and emerald jewelry by Bulgari.

Image c/o Getty Images

Gabrielle Union continued the canary yellow trend with her leggy gown and large diamond Tasaki necklace.

Image c/o Getty Images

Brooke Shields kept the dress streamlined and the jewels MEGA.

Image c/o Getty Images

Colin Firth looked dashing and Livia Firth cut a stunning shape in her cream cape dress paired with Chopard jewels.

Image c/o Getty Images

This look on model Jasmine Sanders straddles the line of simple and over the top, but we see it as sculptural gold. We love it paired with Bulgari jewelry.

Who had the best look at the Met Gala? Let us know your thoughts down below.