It’s finally June, meaning the official start-date of Summer is coming up fast (June 21st, just in-case you were wondering).  This means it’s time to A) stock up on sunscreen, B) refresh your sunglasses collection, or C) all of the above.  If you struggle to find the perfect pair of sunnies, don’t worry, we’ve curated our favourite shapes of the summer to help you prepare for sunny weather.

 

 

The 90’s are back, and they want their sunglasses.  Frequently seen on street-style moguls such as Bella HadidKendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber, small and skinny sunglasses radiate a model-off-duty vibe.  They might not do too much functionality wise, however they will help elevate an outfit to the next level.

A good contrast to teensy frames, oversized shield glasses actually do a lot to help protect your eyes and face from the sun.  This sporty trend has been appeared on the runways at Stella McCartney, in Kim Kardashian’s recent collaboration with Carolina Lemke, and even Oakley is having a moment with their authentic active-wear glasses.

 

 

With their sharp corners, and rounded bottoms, cat eye sunglasses basically scream “girl boss.” Both stylish and chic, cat-eye sunglasses are a staple that’ll remind yourself of the femme-fatale you are. Not to mention, these fierce frames are flattering on countless different face shapes.

Whether you’re more casual, retro, or classic, rounded shades are on point no matter your vibe. Designers such as Gucci and Maison Margiela have each added their own twist on the style, but even a simple pair of Ray-Bans will do the trick.

The post 4 Sunglasses Trends To Try Out This Summer appeared first on FASHION Magazine.

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