You have to hand it to ASOS for surprisingly affordable yet stylish and unique pieces season after season. [PS: I know this may have sounded like a commercial, but ASOS don't pay me or anything, pinky promise. It sucks that they don't. I would have bought my Pigalle by now.] Personally I don't like to spend a lot on sunglasses. This may have found its roots in the fact that I broke no less than five pairs in one particular year. Also, they bore me more easily than I break them. The pairs I've found to be timeless are the Ray-ban aviators, the Ray-Ban Outdoorsman which is a derivative of it and the Ray-Ban Wayfarers. PS: just FYI - the sunnies Audrey wears in Breakfast at Tiffany's aren't, contrary to popular belief, Rayban wayfarers - they are in fact an Oliver Goldsmith pair. HAH!
Shades have taken a non-clear turn this year. I say non-clear instead of colourful because there have certainly been a good number of dark and mirrored lenses around but less of the clear variety.
Cat-eyes were big last year, but they aren't any less this year. Yay for me. Since they're the ideal type for my face shape. I wore my cat-eyes in my last outfit post (the post prior to this one).
I have got to stop forgetting them at home. A solution would be to pack a pair in each and every bag. But that would be an expensive feet now would it...