It’s summer! Well these past few days it certainly looked like it. And whenever the sun comes out, I like to slam some sunnies on my face. I have quite a few pairs, but there are always some that you wear more than others. These are the sunglasses I wear the most.
Most worn sunglasses
It took me years to figure out what type of sunglasses suited my face. Most of the large frames look odd on me as my brow bone comes down quite a bit and they would cover that part of my face. This makes you look like a bug, which I didn’t find too flattering on myself. When it comes to sunglasses it’s all about getting the frame just right.
I bought these sunglasses from H&M last year. They are faux tortoise shell sunnies with a blue/ duo chrome colored lens. I think they looked cool and much more expensive than they actually were. I love the thin frames and metal legs of these glasses. They aren’t fully mirrored which I like as I am not a huge fan of sunglasses that block out your entire eye area.
My ultimate favorite pair of sunglasses are these. I have had them for years and still love them. This has been one of the best purchases I ever made. I wear these every year, bring them on every vacation and they go with everything. They have a green lens and a brown and gold frame. The lenses are huge on these, but that’s why I love them so much.
My first pair of Rayban’s was a pair of New Wayfarers in black. I then spotted these regular Wayfarers in a limited edition red/ black color scheme and knew that I had to have them. But since I had just bought the black pair, I couldn’t justify it. Then I spotted these on sale at 50% off and decided to get them. These are my favorite sunglasses if I want to add a pop of color to my outfit.
H&M Cat eye sunglasses
Buying cheaper sunglasses can be a great way to explore which styles look good on you. I bought these last year and fell in love. This is the first pair of big lens, cat eye glasses that actually look good on me. They have again that faux tortoise shell look, which is why I think these work. They just aren’t as stark as black sunglasses and go well with my hair and skin tone.
Six is a store filled with accessories and there is one right around the corner from my house. I very randomly spotted these on a stand outside while I happened to walk past. These do have a mirrored lens, but they have a rainbow gradient effect. The frames don’t look too overpowering as they are grey and the design is very slim. Again my option for adding a touch of color to a look.
What is your most worn pair of sunglasses?