Three Things We Must Discuss: Weekend Accessories Edition

04/29/2013 at 05:12 PM ET

Sofia Vergara jewelry, Zoe Saldana hairFilmMagic; Landov; Getty

Need proof that accessories make the outfit?

Then look no further than these three stars, who — in baubles ranging from $100 to $1 million — showed just how important picking the right jewelry can be.

Bella Thorne caught our eye at the Radio Disney Music Awards, wearing a whimsically pretty Kate Spade New York “Cameo Jewels” bib necklace, on sale for $99. It popped against her sweetheart-neckline dress but has major rewear potential.

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And speaking of rewear potential, Zoë Saldana showed us a different (but equally beautiful) way to wear the Jennifer Behr “Delicate Vine” circlet, $498, last seen on Elle Fanning. Where Fanning’s had an ethereal vibe, Saldana’s was super-sophisticated woven into her rolled updo.

A little less likely to pair with a T-shirt and jeans (but still, we’ll happily add them to our closet): Sofia Vergara‘s Lorraine Schwartz jewels from the White House Correspondents Dinner. Featuring 20 carats of diamonds and approximately 300 carats of rubies, 80 carats of pink sapphires and 5 carats of amethysts, her jaw-dropping jewelry clocked in at about $1 million.

Tell us: Whose jewelry do you like best? Which would you wear?

–Alex Apatoff

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