23 June 2014

Sunglasses - RayBan, Chanel & Dior!

Finding the perfect pair of sunglasses is hard work, and if you are a bit like me, one pair just isn't enough....I like a choice to compliment my outfit or mood.


The newest pair in my collection are my Ray-Ban aviators with the green flash lens. I never set out to purchase these it was meant to be the Michael Kors pair that has been in the summer campaign.

Michael Kors
I then started googling green mirrored glasses and discovered a whole new world of options...the Ray-Ban collection had a choice of red, blue or green mirrored lens' so then I had to purchase! However as the mirrors are reflective they aren't always the perfect green I saw on the images online, sometimes they seem more blue. 

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Late summer last year I treated myself to some Chanel Sunglasses they are a rounded lens within a large cats eye frame. They are quite trend focused so not as wearable long term as my next pair but they are quite dark but they suit me and are super comfy to wear.

Chanel sunglasses, Asos Dress, Topshop shoes & Mulberry Bryn





The last pair is my everyday pair of sunglasses by Dior I have had them over a year but they are still available at John Lewis. The brown shade lens and shape means they go with any outfit and you can't go wrong with a huge pair of shades! Plus the style isn't going to go out of fashion anytime soon.






Sunglasses are an investment so I think if you find a style that suit you they are worth spending the extra on. 

Some of my friends also like to keep a cheap pair in their handbags just incase an unexpected coffee in the sunshine happens. I haven't done this yet but its a good idea! OOoooh more sunglasses shopping! I will keep you posted!

How many pairs of sunglasses do you have?

Woop summer is here in the UK!

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