Are you the type to wear sunglasses indoors? I. Guilty of being charged. She has nothing to do with being a diva or what I consider Anna Wintour’s doppelgänger. Concise and simple. Maybe it’s because I’m a working mother who doesn’t have childcare, but it’s not. Long before it became my reality, there were days when I looked like a ‘dead woman walking’ – ghostly pale and terribly tired. Why don’t you feel better wearing shades? I stopped feeling awkward about it long ago. You’re more or less likely to wear sunglasses in the winter than in the summer (as well as protection from cold winds, right?), and you’re more or less likely to wear them indoors and outdoors.
Agree or not, there’s no denying that looking at the sunglasses below makes me wish it was summer all year round. These are more than just functional accessories, they can be statement pieces. make clothes.
ray ban shooter
Ray-Bans are always a good idea.
for $163 ray van
Sunday Somewhere Yetti Duo in Blue Tort
Staying true to the brand’s name, ‘Sunday Somewhere,’ available in several colorways, these shades give us the ultimate LA/summer year-round vibe.
for $260 somewhere on sunday
Crewe St. Louis Classic
Inspired by the historic cast-iron balconies found in New Orleans’ French Quarter, this is classic Crewe style and is available in several iterations.
for $295 crew
Illesteva Vanderbilt sunglasses
Tom Ford popularized the shade of yellow and made it a staple.
for $220 shop bop
Le Specs Aristoplastic sunglasses
When you need to “go big or go home.”
for $79 shop bop
Stella McCartney oval sunglasses
You can’t go wrong with these pretty pink shades. Coordinate it with pinks and neutrals for a seamless look, or tighten it with another bright shade for a bolder look.
for $195 shop bop