Fresh Frames

Stay on-trend this summer with a fun pair of colored lenses or translucent frames.

Lauren Bell - July 2018

Fresh Frames

Stay on-trend this summer with a fun pair of colored lenses or translucent frames.

Lauren Bell - July 2018


While tiny frames seem to be having a moment, they are not for everyone. Stay on-trend this summer with a fun pair of colored lenses or translucent frames. Offered in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, you are sure to find the perfect pair to complement your wardrobe.

Black sunglasses ($18) at Poppy and Stella. Green sunglasses ($15) at Doubledutch Boutique. Light pink transparent sunglasses ($16) at Bottle of Bread. Retro blue sunglasses ($16) at Bottle of Bread. Quay Australia Harper gold cat eye sunglasses ($29) at South Moon Under. Navy sunglasses ($18) at Poppy and Stella. CRAP The T.V. Eye sunglasses ($60) at Brightside Boutique. Black and red sunglasses ($15) at Doubledutch Boutique.





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