I never used to like sunglasses. I thought they looked hideous on me. My head is pretty narrow and my eyebrows are pretty close to my eyes. This makes it hard for me to find cool sunglasses. Or so I thought. I found some really cool sunglasses last year and found out that as long as I find the right pair, they don’t look hideous on me at all. This year especially has been a good year for sunglasses for me so I’ve been stocking up. That is why I thought it fun to share my collection of sunglasses with you all.

sunglasses with tropical print by Primark & sunglasses with burnt/ brown look by H&M

grey sunglasses by H&M & knock off Aviators from New York street vendor

Ray Ban Wayfarer in red/ burnt look & red sunglasses by Six

Ray Ban Clubmaster in brown and gold & Ray Ban New Wayfarer in black

My sunglasses range from super cheap (Primark, H&M) to expensive (Ray Ban). I never paid full price for any of my Ray Bans though. I always bought them on sale, during a promotion, or with coupons. I don’t think I ever paid more than 80 – 90 euros. That’s still expensive, but since the pairs I have range from 120 – 140 euros each, I think I did get a good deal on them. And they’re investment pieces. I plan on wearing these for years and years, not just one season. Needless to say they are also my favorites from the bunch.

Q: What’s your favorite brand of sunglasses?

3 responses to “Sunglasses”

  1. I don’t think I have a favorite brand. I buy them at Forever21 and American Eagle mostly. They’re very affordable and the quality is quite okay!

  2. […] The sun is out showing its face and that means it’s time to wear sunglasses again! Over the years I have gathered quite a few and I already made a post with my sunglasses last year. However, in the past few months I bought some new ones yet again and so I thought it would be fun to show you where the collection now stands and some pics of me wearing them. I have 11 pairs in total, ranging from super cheap Primark ones to expensive brand ones (Rayban). You can go to last year’s post by clicking here. […]

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