Celebs And Their Fave Eyewear Styles
Whether we like it or not, celebrities are the ultimate pacesetters when it comes to matters fashion. They lead, we follow. We all want a sneak peek into what makes them look so perfect, and in our pursuit for such perfection, we can’t keep ourselves from imitating the trends they set forth; from their hairstyles to their eyewear. In this blog, we want to help you keep up with the glasses styles all the celebs are wearing. Keep in mind, you can’t go wrong with eyewear if it’s worn by a celebrity.
Wondering how you can look in a pair of Ralph Lauren glasses? Look no further. Jennifer Aniston has shown us how magical the touch of a clear lens Ralph Lauren can be. Matched with just enough accessory, the Ralph Lauren will give you a flaunting and mature look without making you look old.
Tom Ford sunglasses have an air of natural sophistication around them. Often worn by some of Hollywood’s most famous actors, the sunglass has not failed to make heads turn every now and then. Brad Pitt, one of Hollywood’s finest, recently showed us how elegant these sunglass style can be. In late 2017, Brad was spotted in France, wearing a pair of Tom Ford sunglasses. The Hollywood star still looks as good as new even after years of acting and family wrangles.
The Ray- Ban sunglass has repeatedly rocked the fashion world with newly emerging designs every so often. Celebrities haven’t been left behind in the Ray-Ban ‘gold-rush’. You all know that Queen Bey isn’t one to shy away from setting the standards in the fashion world. Whether it’s of dark shade of round Ray-Ban or a Celine, the queen will show up looking as glamorous as glamor itself.
Celine is synonymous with glamor. This sunglass style is common amongst celebrities especially because of its wide screen that conceals celebrity identity. Kourtney Kardashian has repeatedly shown us how to rock a Celine. Whether at the beach or out for coffee, this Kardashian sister doesn’t seem to part with her pair of Celine sunglasses; and she looks phenomenal!