Is your closet ready? Spring style and couture isn’t just about white dresses and florals. Your accessories have to be at attention like a good fashion soldier in order to make your outfits stand out fearlessly against the barrage of other eye-catching looks of the season.
To get you started, we are releasing parts of Our ACCESSORIES REPORT a tad bit early. This week’s series is all about eyewear. So what’s in and hot?
Spring Style: The Return of Statement Sunglasses and Frames
This spring/summer Statement Eyewear is the trend to incorporate into your wardrobe ASAP! From regular seeing glasses to sunnies; frames have been remixed with dramatic flair in the form of: jewels, chains, crystals, vintage as well as modern, futuristic shapes. Furthermore, various eyewear designs have even been spotted coming down the catwalk for fashion labels such as Elie Saab and Alexandre Vauthier.
Nevertheless, celebrities who often help set the trends; are already showing off their new embellished eye designs. Everyone from Rihanna to Missy Elliott and Beyoncé to India Westbrooks is getting in on the fashionable look. Plus, they’re not the only ones.
Statement Eyewear isn’t just being spotted in fashion shows as well as on famous faces. Numerous ad campaigns are also revealing sunglasses and eye glasses creations. One example being that of supermodel, Duckie Thot, for Oscar de la Renta. In the fashion house’s spring/summer ad campaign Duckie models a stack of ODLR sunnies all inspired by Tinseltown actress, Aubrey Hepburn.
Therefore, designers and celebrities are providing serious amounts of fashion inspiration in the eyewear accessories department. So then, tell us are you loving this bold glasses trend?
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