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The hue wears looks good on every skin tone and adds a fun pop of color to otherwise neutral outfits. (And yes, you can rock a red lip with red shades – it’s one kind of matchy-matchiness that actually works.)
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If you’re the kind of girl who wore printed pants before any of your friends and owned a peplum top when no one knew what peplum meant, these trend-conscious frames are for you. ups the edginess even more by choosing ones with ombré lenses.
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You don’t have to be or in Top Gun to get away with badass sunnies like these. The trick is simply to wear them with a lot of confidence (and hum Kenny Loggins’s “Danger Zone” as you do).
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This flirty style is good for making a round face look more angular or softening the appearance of a square jaw. Take your cues from , though, and avoid really exaggerated, upturned wings which can come off as costumey.
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If your goal is to go incognito, perhaps these sunglasses aren’t your best bet. But if you’re looking to get noticed, do as does and slip on a bright green pair like the Quayeyeware ones she owns.
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Love color, but not into the idea of a hue so bright it looks radioactive? Then opt for something slightly subtler, like the patterned blue-and-green Thierry Lasry design beloved by .
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Say hello to the hippie-hippie shades. pays homage to the ’70s with her oversize, clear double-O frames featuring opaque lenses.
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We’re happy to report that the universally flattering, unisex sunnies are still in style this spring. welcomes the season with a pair of black Westward Leaning ones.
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