Feeling shady: 3 sunglasses trends to try this season


Feeling shady: 3 sunglasses trends to try this season

Is there anything cooler than finishing your outfit off with a pair of trendy shades? We think not. With the sun peeking its way out of the clouds, now is the time to set your eyes up for some shade. Three styles we've been eyeing (see what we did there?) for spring are round styles, thick white frames, transparent lenses and cat-eye sunglasses. What's trending is anything from colourful sunglasses to retro all-white shades – take your pick.

1. Round

Classic round frames have made their way back onto the sunglass rack, this time with a twist. Try them in classic black and gold, or a tinted shade of pink.

Pictured right, top to bottom: Shevoke Piper sunglasses from General Pants Co., Ray-Ban RB3548NM Ferrari sunglasses from Sunglass Hut, Rubi Paigey sunglasses, Fendi FF 0285/S 807 BLACK 63 MD sunglasses from David Jones.

2. White frames

The white frame is in. Whether you want a cat-eye style or round frames, white shades are perfect for spring.

Pictured left, top to bottom: Sportsgirl Gigi sunglasses, Mimco Jacuzzi sunglasses, Quay Australia Frivolous sunglasses from Universal Store, Pared x Bec and Bridge Petit Amour sunglasses from David Jones.

3. Transparent lenses

Have some fun and add colour this season with transparent sunglasses. Being transparent makes the colour subtle enough to work with most of your outfits.

Pictured right, top to bottom: Quay Australia Finesse sunglasses from General Pants Co., Glassons Capri sunglasses, Tuke Eyewear Babylips sunglasses from City Beach, Bolon Eyewear Zephyr sunglasses from David Jones.

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