Emma counsels Will in her office wearing a purple-blue sweater with large blueberry buttons. She wears a yellow bracelet that appears to be a favorite, seen previously here, here, and here. It goes with everything!
Emma is crushing hard on Will during his song of rejection. She wears a pendant necklace. It looks like a white flower, perhaps cabochon, on a brass ornate base. A touch more romantic than her usual style.
Yes, probably in hindsight, he shouldn't have sung a ballad to Rachel. Better fix that with a second song, especially for her! Emma doesn't provide her most helpful counseling here, but she looks lovely in a pale blue sweater. The white necktie might be a bit much for others who wear beaded jackets with pearl buttons, but not Emma! Her wrist sports a large enamel white bracelet.
Will resigns from his role as dance instructor and song mixer. Emma wears a blue cardigan (someone needs to blog about how many cardigans this girl has) with an oversized necklace. Invoking Wilma Flintstone, the large white beads have an asymmetrical pink flower accent.
Emma brings Will to her bridal shop to try out her moves in her real wedding gown. Splendid and simple, just like our Emma. She wears understated pearl earrings with a Grecian hair wrap, embellished with rhinestones.
Glee introduced us to Emma Pillsbury: sweet, prim, and a little crazy. She also has the most fantastic jewelry box ever. Follow me on a journey of discovery and envy as we attempt to catalogue Emma's fancy wearables.