Sunglasses trends: summer 2019
Key sunglasses trends for an instant outfit update
Clockwise from left: £185, Moncler Lunettes by Marcolin; £280, Courègges; £220, Stella McCartney; £278, Prada
You don't need to hit the slopes or the velodrome to experiment with a visor - this summer's big eyewear trend - but this oversized, sporty style will look best when worn with sleek tailoring with a dash of athleisure.
The Stella McCartney pair tick off multiple trends with vibrant colour and bold branding. There are angular and more rounded options that will work on a range of face shapes, just be sure that oversized proportions don't leave you looking like you've just had cataract surgery.
Clockwise from left: £295 Saint Laurent; £239, Miu Miu; £217, Burberry; £415, Chanel
There's something particularly irreverent about a shaped lens, but steer clear of novelty territory by keeping things classic in colour and opting for minimal, metal frames. We're particularly taken with the cloud-like scalloped edges of this Miu Miu pair - an insouciant take on classic aviator styles.
Follow the off-duty model look and keep make-up minimal with these frames, a sheer foundation, hint of lip tint and messy up-do.
Clockwise from left: £70, Guess by Marcolin; £270, Bottega Veneta; £170, Swarovski by Marcolin; £259 Courègges
When it comes to adding a bit of colour to your look, accessories are a great place to start. And as there are a range of hues - from punchy and vibrant to muted pastels - there's a colour pop pair of shades out there for almost everyone.
Keep things classic with oversized acetate frames or aviators in muted shades, or opt for the most of-the-moment way to wear the trend and look for colour coordinated frames and lenses.
Clockwise from left: £300 Fendi; £239, Valentino; £270, Balenciaga; £269, Stella McCartney
The fashion world continues to be gripped by logomania - with branding to be found printed, embossed and laser-etched on all manner of ready to wear this season.
When it comes to branded shades, we tend to think the bolder the better - just ensure you have enough of a sense of humour to pull them off. Subtlety more your style? Valentino's golden 'V's are as close to low-key as this trend gets.