These are summer’s hottest sunglasses trends

These are summer’s hottest sunglasses trends

County Lifestyle and Leisure Team County Lifestyle and Leisure Team County Lifestyle and Leisure Team County Lifestyle and Leisure Magazine Sorry! The Author has not filled his profile. design@countylifestyleandleisure.com 01455 698761

Sunglasses are an essential part of every summer wardrobe, and not just for eye protection purposes.

The right pair of sunnies can turn an average outfit into a triumph, especially if they’re one of the latest crop of celeb-approved shades.

Take the shortcut to stellar summer style with these fashionable frames…

1. Nineties cat-eye sunglasses

Beloved of Bella and Gigi Hadid, Sofia Richie et al, Le Specs’ narrow, Nineties-esque cat-eye sunglasses have become ubiquitous in paparazzi shots of fashion’s hot young things of late. The good news is that these skinny, eyebrow-revealing sunnies are less than £100 – but if you want an even cheaper pair, Topshop does a decent £20 dupe.

Le Specs The Fugitive Bright Gold, £75

Le-Specs-THE-FUGITIVE-sunglasses
(Le Specs/PA)

Topshop Polly ’90s Pointy Cat Eye Sunglasses, £20

Topshop-polly-red-sunglasses
(Topshop/PA)

2. Retro round sunglasses

Round frames are making a big comeback this season – quite literally, with huge, retro-style sunnies showing up in lots of designer collections, from Acne to Max Mara. Pop on a pair of these face-shielding shades when you want to exude celeb-dodging-paps-at-the-airport kind of nonchalance.

Versace Havana Sunglasses, £144 (reduced from £189), Sunglasses-Shop.co.uk

Versace-sunglasses
(SunglassesShop/PA)

Karen Walker Hollywood Pool Round Frame Acetate Glasses, £95 (reduced from £190), TheOutnet

karen-walker-round-sunglasses
(The Outnet/PA)

3. Marble sunglasses

Not literally marble, of course – eyewear that heavy would be hard to keep in place – but the marble trend has made its way from the interiors world to accessories. If tortoiseshell was your go-to for shades before, try switching it up with this modern motif.

Pala Zola Pink Marble Sunglasses, £45 (back in stock in August)

Pala-zola-pink-marble-sunglasses
(Pala/PA)

V by Very Marble Effect Brow Bar Sunglasses, £12, Very.co.uk

V-by-Very-marble-sunglasses
(Very/PA)

4. Floral sunglasses

Dolce and Gabbana have brought their signature Sicilian prints to sunglasses, with gorgeous results. From fuzzy colourful florals to pink rose designs, these frames are as summery as sunnies get.

Dolce & Gabbana Rose Sunglasses, £205, Fashionette.co.uk

dolce-Gabbana-floral-sunglasses
(Fashionette/PA)

Dolce & Gabbana Cat Eye Floral Print Acetate Sunglasses, £114.40 (reduced from £176), TheOutnet

dolce-Gabbana-floral-sunglasses
(The Outnet/PA)

5. Jewelled sunglasses

Gucci’s blinged-out shades have been a massive hit with the fashion crowd this year (can Alessandro Michele do no wrong?), but at more than £400, they’re not exactly cheap. To try the trend at a less anxiety-inducing price point, look for oversized glittery specs on the high street.

Gucci Crystal-Embellished Sunglasses, £425, MyTheresa

gucci-crystal-embellished-sunglasses
(MyTheresa/PA)

New Look Pink Glitter Square Oversized Sunglasses, £6 (reduced from £8.99)

new-look-pink-glitter-sunglasses
(New Look/PA)

6. Coloured lenses

Another consequence of the Nineties revival (will it ever end?), we’re seeing more rose-tinted spectacles in the shops. And yellow-tinted, and red… you get the picture. Sunset-hued sunnies are the ones to be seen in this summer.

Ray-Ban Ja-Jo Round Sunglasses, £132, MyTheresa

Ray-Ban-Ja-Jo-Round-Sunglasses
(Ray-Ban/PA)

New Look Silver Mirrored Lens Pilot Sunglasses, £5 (reduced from £6.99)

model wearing new-look-sunglasses
(New Look/PA)

County Lifestyle and Leisure Team
Sorry! The Author has not filled his profile.

COMMENTS