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Monday, August 19, 2013

Summer Sunglasses that Transition into Fall.

It's nearing mid-August and the summer season has been going on for quite some time now. I think it's safe to assume that a few of you have lost, smashed, or cracked a pair of favorite sunglasses. The worst thing ever is having to buy a new pair of sunglasses to replace an old. It's much more fun just to add to the collection...obviously. Instead of buying an identical replacement pair, I suggest you buy a pair of summer sunglasses that transition into the upcoming fall season.

Here are a few classic shady choices that work playfully outside in sunny summer months, but also look super chic come fall...

$360

1. A pair of cat eyes embraces the silly mood of summer, but switches to a sophisticated retro look for fall. In a dark frame with slightly colored lenses, Nikita by Tom Ford totally works.

$440

2. In this fab pair by Oliver Goldsmith, Manhattan (1960) compliments any season of the year with a black to tortoise frame. A brown-black wardrobe's best friend.

$545

3. Adrian by Tom Ford is a classic pair that can be worn poolside in a cabana or walking with a 'can't be bothered' stamp on the forehead through Bergdorfs in the fall.

$295

4. I absolutely love this pair of Chloé sunglasses because, and I swear on LisaPriceInc., the Rounded Square Frame Sunglasses flatter any face shape...and that's fashionable for all seasons.

$340

5. The basic Wayfarer works for any season as a classic staple to any wardrobe. You can't get much more classically polished than from Lanvin's Square Wayfarer.

$405

6. A dark tortoise looks amazing on a geometric frame. I absolutely love Oliver Goldsmith's Tak (1967) in an almost burgundy tortoise shell hue.

$510

7. Bottega Veneta is known for a unique shape and the 199/S sunglasses hold up with that statement. A unique shape is a flattering statement for all seasons alike if you can pull it off.

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