The sunglasses every super cool super stylish fashionable girl is wearing right now are round, high quality and most of them under $200 designed by guess who?
The renowned sunglasses and eyeglasses brand that was founded in 1937 by American company Bausch & Lomb, widely known for their Wayfarer and Aviator styles of sunglasses.
Yes, you guessed right. Ray- Ban is back on the style stars radar with the round metal classic frame.
The iconic, totally retro Ray-Ban ® RB3447 sunglasses are the hottest beach accessory.
This frame was worn by legendary musicians and inspired by the 1960s counter-culture when this style first originated. The Ray-Ban unisex metal sunglasses are widely known for their defined round crystal lenses and distinct shape.
So, if you need a new pair of classic sunnies or a gift for the man in your life. This is IT!
At the official Ray-Ban website you can custom order the sunglasses, exactly as you like them and you can even write your engraving.
I prefer the solid green colors, genuine since 1937, the classic G-15 and B-15 were originally developed for military use.
Furthermore, you can find other perfectly round shapes that are cool and fun without being totally crazy.
However, if you are willing to splurge…. the new round cat-eye by Celine is amazing. I tried them on at Nordstrom in La Jolla and they are extremely elegant, glamorous, oversized and super cool.
How to wear the round frame sunglasses ?
I am sure you will be inspired from these street style star looks.
Round sunglasses + total white pants suit = city chic
Mini bags + round sunnies = anytime
white blouse + gold round sunglasses = summer cool
silver round frame + blonde beach waves + tailored jacket = sexy androgynous style
white dress + brogues + round sunnies = chic boy meets girl look
round cat eye + total black = classic with a twist
Lily Aldridge wearing Celine Lea sunglasses.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing an airy floral dress and Jimmy Choo Andie black acetate round sunnies.
Have a lovely Day!!!
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