Sunday, 9 August 2015

Three Stylish Sunglasses You NEED This Summer

Now that Summer is here and many of you will be jetting off on holiday, you maybe looking for some new sunglasses to take on your trip. Here is my pick of the stylish sunglasses that every self respecting fashionista would want in her life in 2015.


Rayban Aviators

Mirrored Blue Flash Aviator Sunglasses - Rayban

Iconic Rayban aviators are a good choice for those with heart shaped faces. Worn by stars such as Angelie Jolie, Kate Bosworth and fashion model Cara Delevingne, these classic sunglasses were designed in 1937 for US pilots. If you want an up-to-date twist on this look go for the mirrored lens, as seen on the 2015 catwalk by Balenciaga and Dior. Wear on the beach with waves in your hair and your best swimming cossie.

Chopard Oversized 

 Chopard Sch 110S Sunglasses - Sclo

These beautiful butterfly shape oversized sunglasses by Swiss luxury retailer Chopard have a stylish mauve tint and gold plated detailing on the arms. Chopard is a family run company with a tradition of excellence so if you have chosen these you have chosen well. In a retro old school style, I can imagine a film star such as Audrey Hepburn or Marilyn Munroe wearing these lovely sunglasses on the Cannes red carpet. I would wear these whilst people watching in St Mark's Square, or chatting over a Bellini cocktail in Harry's Bar, Venice where the Bellini was invented.

Dior Cats Eyes

Dior Jupon 2 Cats Eye Sunglasses - Sunglasses Shop

Always design led Dior needs no introduction. These classic 'cats eyes' sunglasses are reminiscent of the 50's and 60's era and are great for those with oval faces. As worn by Grace Kelly, Dita Von Teese and Natalie Portman these feline, feminine sunglasses are 'tres chic'. If you want a slightly softer style go for the more flattering 80's version in a softer colour than black such as navy. The perfect accessory to your trip to the country in an open top car with a scarf in your hair.

Of course it's not all style over substance. Sun protection is vitally important too when choosing sunglasses, so pick a design from a brand that is known for their quality and UV protection as well as their cutting edge or classic design.

Tell me do you have a favourite pair or sunglasses? What do you think of the designs I have chosen?

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14 comments

  1. Great post. I love a good pair of sunglasses x

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  2. I love the Cat's Eyes - retro always works so well in the summer.

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  3. I love the Chopard ones but I really don't suit oversized glasses. I really struggled this summer to find a smaller pair! x

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    1. I love that style too. Oversized glasses suit me.

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  4. I am a sunglasses girl so this post is right up my street. Love the Dior.

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  5. Great picks! I love Raybans. I really want a pair of clubmasters. Love the cat eye shape on the Dior ones!

    M xx

    The CSI Girls

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  6. Ooh, I love the top ones. I've never really been in to sunglasses until this year!!

    Louise x

    With love from Lou

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    1. I always have to have some sunglasses with me when I go to somewhere hot. Wish the weather was better in this country though!

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  7. The Dior cats eyes are to die for... I need them in my life!

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  8. I totally admit my collection is missing a pair of Rayban Aviators I do need!

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    1. I like the mirrored lenses but aviators don't really suit my style of face.

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  9. I am so fussy with sunglasses as with my migraines but would love to try in the shops some of these.

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  10. I really struggle with finding sunnies that don't look weird on my face - I'll definitely look into the above!

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    1. What shape face do you have? I have quite a square face and like the oversize sunglasses myself.

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