The sunglasses trends celebrities are loving. Summer may be over and the cold weather is setting in but that doesn’t mean you should put away your sunglasses just yet.
There may be fewer daylight hours but think of the joy of adding a touch of luxury to your winter wardrobe with a pair of sunglasses. Plus, they are a great way to hide your tired eyes.
Here are some of the celebrity-approved sunglass trends you can still wear this winter.
Olivia Palermo are a rocking a pair of embellished sunglasses. They are one of the best ways to make a statement and, with the addition of diamante and floral designs, are very feminine.
Cat Eye Sunglasses
As proven by Miranda Kerr, cat eye sunglasses tend to be feminine and flattering for almost everyone and add a touch of glamour and sophistication to any look.
There’s a reason why Olivia Palermo is a style icon. While she is celebrated for her fashion choices, it’s the way she accessorises her outfits and pulls them together that make her one of our favourite fashionistas. She’s been known to rock a pair of mirrored sunglasses and she knows how to do it in style.
With 70s style coming back, round sunglasses have a very retro feel. We love how Rita Ora has pulled them off in the past with boots and a vintage tee. They are the perfect addition to your accessory list.
Bright and Bold
Take some inspiration from Paris Hilton and try a pair of bright and bold sunglasses. Perfect for adding a pop of color and a little fun into your wardrobe.
Aviators are a classic. Proven by the lovely Julie Chen, aviator sunglasses are a style that is very much in fashion.
As seen on Kris Jenner, square sunglasses are functional as they cover most of your face from harmful sun rays. They tend to work best for oval and round face shapes.
Take a fashion cue from the fabulous Nicole Richie with a pair of oversized sunglasses. If you have an oblong face, these sunglasses will work well for your shape.
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We can all play our part and make the difference to working towards a better and cleaner fashion environment here in Ireland.
The sunglasses trends celebrities are loving