Shady Lady

From top left -right Celine, Prada, Tom Ford, Prada, Celine, Prada, Tom Ford, Prada

 

I had planned to post this in January but Melbourne’s weather has been very uninspiring.  Even the trees are confused with some changing colour thinking Autumn is here. Last week I had an open fire because I love them and it was cold enough to justify it.

However, I have just checked the weekend’s forecast at it is looking like Summer will visit us again, at least for 2 days.  Time to get your shades on….

I have always been a fan of sunglasses.  For me they have more appeal than a pair of heels.  They don’t cause pain, are slightly cheaper (mostly) and have a huge impact on your overall image. My first pair of memorable sunglasses were bought when I was 15. They were Vogue and had huge frames with rectangular lenses,  they were awesome.  Everything I looked at was framed by golden tortoise shell.  Inevitably I broke them and years later tried to find a replacement to no avail.  I think that’s when my love of sunglasses began.  They transformed me into someone adventurous and brave; I wore them proudly because I loved them.

The ‘feature’ sunglass is a huge trend this summer. Never before have so many coloured, embellished or mirrored sunglasses been available.  Above are a few of my favourites from legendary Lensers Tom Ford, Celine and Prada.

Sunglasses don’t have to be expensive to look the goods.  I would suggest having them properly fitted with professional advise because they can alter facial features.  A good pair of a sunglasses should compliment your best features and make you want to wear them.

 

 

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