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We need these iconic sunglasses to add to our autumn repertoire. 

PrettyLittleThing's stylish shades are the perfect accessory to spice up your wardrobe.

Aussie-born brand QUAY Australia has truly captured the beach-side look with their collection, showing off tinted glasses that will look cool as f*ck on all face shapes.

And not only are the must-have shades stunning, but they are affordable as well.

Hold up, Whattttttt?! These sexy shades can be bought on a student budget!

But they're not for everyday Evelyns, these sunglasses are for the freethinking, inspired to make you stand out from the crowd and set trends.

The collection consists of an array of 30 different styles online, so that you can find the perfect pair to fit your unique flair for style.

In bold colours and varying sizes, QUAYS’ shades are an edgy add-on accessory when you’re shopping on PrettyLittleThing.

You can keep it classic with metallic framed aviators or channel your inner Kardashian with tiny sunglasses for a high fashion look.

These classy, adventurous sunglasses will transform you from from basic bitch to this season’s trendsetter.

From oversized to retro frames, PrettyLittleThing has shades that will match every outfit from poolside lounging to your next posh party.

The cool collection starts at just €55 for endurable sunglasses that will become the envy of every fashionista you meet.

Shop now on PrettyLittleThing.com to find the perfect pair to channel your inner badass.



It is almost May, which means summer is basically here (not that you'd know right now.)

Anyway, with the possibility of sunshine just around the corner, I'm looking for the perfect pair of sunnies to add to my collection.

And while I am all for a simple pair of black raybans, there's some way groovier styles out there. 

So with that, I want to introduce you to my new FAVOURITE brand, for all you sunny needs.

House of Correia is a New York based brand, run by the glorious Kerrian Correia, alongside her partner-in-crime, Angela. 

HOC runs on the idea that sustainable and ethical fashion is the only way to accessorise.

They proudly source vintage and much loved items for their swag – and travel around the United States to source the best. The gals love street fairs and often travel to new cities, constantly being inspired by the amazing people and experiences they get from the road.

House of Correia has proudly shown at legendary venues/markets such as Renegade, Capsule, BUSTcraftacular, Schwick Markets, The Empire Hotel, Chelsea Room, Webster Hall, Stage 48, and have been featured at many other rad NYC events.

That's enough of that though – let's get to the goodies. 

Check out these gorgeous sunglasses, and try not to dream about sand, sun and cocktails. 

These chilly 70's style round wire framed beauties will freeze any stylish babe right in her tracks. Blue reflective lenses are surrounded by duel silver swirls sprinkled with glittering multi colored rhinestones. 

Bow down to these incredible tortoise round cat eye frames sprinkled with stunning vintage faux emeralds on a bed of brushed goldleaf. These sunnies are fit for the kween of your #squad, which is obvs you.

It's the Eye of the Panther, It's the thrill of the fight to find the perfect #sunnies. The gals adorned our most popular frame with twin jewelled panthers who were sent to be your #oneofakind spirit animals.

Get ready for a slow motion frolic through the flowers in the Dandy #sunnies. These large tortoise cateye frames adorned with upcycled flower earrings and a gold snake chain were plucked from the vintage collection of a real life flowerchild. 

You've heard of a Silver Fox – but the Silver Bunny #sunnies are actually the sexiest babes in town. These exaggerated cat eyes frames with cut off bottoms are brushed with silver flakes and a silver bunny friend. Pairs best with your fave boy toy.

But that's not all folks – these babies also sell amazing vintage handbags and wallets, all with that HOC flair. 

Specifically, they're really into dinosaurs – because why the hell not? 

Do yourself a favour, and get your pretty paws on a House of Corriea one-of-a-kind NOW. 

You're welcome. 


Nothing makes us feel more glam than a snazzy pair of sunnies, right?

However, if you're anything like me, you cannot justify spending a small fortune of a pair of specs – because you have a habit of losing them. 

Hey, it happens. 

Thankfully, there are so many amazing sunglasses available on the highstreet – that won't cost and arm and a leg.

Check these bad boys out:

 1. No Hard Felines Cat-Eye Shades, Nasty Gal

2. Retro Style Sunglasses, Mango.

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3. Brown Tortoiseshell Half Frame Sunglasses, River Island

4. Half Kitten Metal Sunglasses With Rose Gold Flash Lens, ASOS.

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5. Silver Mirror Heart Lens Sunglasses, New Look.

6. Classic Sunglasses, Vero Moda


7. Black Oversized Mirrored Sunglasses, Missguided

8. Tortoiseshell Sunglasses, Zara





Following the phenomenal success of her self-titled cosmetics line, Kylie Jenner is branching out with a range of limited edition sunglasses.

The 19-year-old has teamed up with Melbourne-based Quay Australia for The Quay x Kylie capsule collection, consisting of four unique styles.


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Bold, colourful and super chic, the designs are everything we'd expect from a Kylie collection, and more.

Kylie, of course, stars in the campaign, sporting a number of different wigs and outfits to match each pair.

"I love sunglasses that make a statement," Kylie told ELLE.com.

"They are such an important accessory and I love switching them out to go with my outfits. I usually always gravitate towards styles that are oversized. I don't think you need to play it safe with your sunnies."


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It looks like Kylie's new found interest in eyewear may have been inspired by a certain family member, who Kylie says has the best collection. 

"Khloe has an amazing sunglass collection but I would have to say Kim."

"She has so many sunglasses and a great vintage collection. I may have tried to borrow a pair or two before."


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The sunnies will be available to order from July 11 on quayaustralia.com for around €70.00. 



So, sunglasses are pretty much the universal symbol of coolness, and you’re probably lying if you say you don’t feel bad-ass in a pair of Ray-Bans (even if they are a knock-off pair from Penneys).

From Danny Zuko to JLo, sunglasses can make anyone look instantly more attractive, and it turns out there’s actually a scientific reason for it.

According to Marie Claire, Vanessa Brown, senior lecturer at Nottingham Trent University, has found that shades make you look better because they bring symmetry to your face.  Check your pair for sunnies that will be delivered overnight on overnight glasses.

As I’m sure anyone who’s ever suffered through a hangover knows, the dark lenses cover those puffy eyes, meaning the face appears fresher and less flawed.

Vanessa also explained how a good pair of shades can make your bone structure looked extra defined.

And let’s not forget about the layer of mystery they add.

According to Vanessa, ‘’The eyes are such a tremendous source of information — and vulnerability — for the human being.’’

So, with shades working to mask your dark circles and your inner most thoughts, you really can trick people into thinking you’re a fully functioning human being.



Summer is right around the corner, and although the weather may not be on board with this fact quite yet, there are some seriously cool summer sunglasses catching our eye on Instagram.

Colourful sunnies are ruling the roost when it comes to dominating the trend charts this season.

Rainbow-hued, reflective lenses have a huge celebrity following, with the likes of Bella Hadid, Selena Gomez and the Kardashians trying the trend.


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The trend is giving us major noughties nostalgia, and remind us of better days when R&B dominated the charts and full on Juicy Couture tracksuits were an acceptable fashion statement.

The high street is keeping on track with this look, and we've picked out a few of our favourite coloured lenses that are perfect for festival season. 

 Left to right: River Island green framed sunnies €17.00, ASOS blue aviators €16.00, Aluxe by Rosie Connolly Del Coco shades €15.00

Left to right: Aluxe by Rosie Connolly Bora Bora €18.00, Urban Outfitters shades €70.00, H&M Coachella heart sunglasses €6.99

Left to right: ASOS blue frames €18.67, ASOS oversized pink sunnies €16.00, Jeepers Peepers Pink Visors €32.00



Rosie Connolly has one of the most recognisable faces on the blogging scene, thanks to her popular fashion blog and avid Snapchat habit.

The blogger has built a reputation for having impeccable, glamorous style, and her fans love it.

Now, the entrepreneur has launched her very own brand called Aluxe, for which she has created a perfectly curated selection of sunglasses.


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The perpetually positive mum-of-one has been posting about her sunglasses on social media all week, and yesterday took to Snapchat as the sunnies were about to launch to profusely thank her fans for all of their support, and even got a little bit emotional in the process.

We've had a little snoop through the collection and we have to say, Rosie clearly has a huge amount of talent for producing stylish yet timeless pieces. 


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The prices range from €15.00 to €18.00, so they're super affordable for anyone's budget. 

Check out a few of our favourites below: 

 Black Fijis, €15.00, Rose Gold Bora Boras €18.00

Black Balis, €15.00, Orange Del Cocos €18.00



While you might feel that sunglasses are slightly out of season, there's actually been no better time to don a pair of shades.

There is a certain air of 'notions' about anyone who wears sunnies past September under any other circumstances than driving, but with this winters bright and blustery feel, we think the time has come to shun social norms and embrace a pair of sclera saving shades.

And we're seriously so sick of squinting in the low sun while simultaneously shivering from the cold. Something has got to give.  


Winter can be a bit glum, so make a statement with some sculptured shades.

The marble detail on these makes them a fashion bloggers dream. They'll definitely get the likes on Insta. 

2. Topshop

If you want to grunge up a slightly stuffy sartorial season of ruffles, embroidery and Victorian collars, opt for some John Lennon-esque subtle shades.

The best thing about these bad boys is, if you have managed to maintain them by summer, they are ideal for the festival season. 

3. Ray-Ban

Designer shades are an investment, and somehow every summer rolls around and we still don't have the funds to make the leap.

If you happen to have the cash to splash in the winter and spring months, why not do your investing now? After all, a well made pair of designer shades will see you into summer and beyond. 

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Winter sun requires a little less coverage than the blasting summer sunshine, so opting for a pastel hue over black is totally viable.

Experiment with your colour palette and brighten up a gloomy winter wardrobe with a whisper of pastel pink. 

5. River Island

The perfect hangover shades.

This blacked out, oversized pair will shelter your tired eyes as well as their surrounding dark circles after you've hit the gin and tonics a tad too hard over the festive season. 



Snapchat is about to launch sunglasses with a built-in video camera.

The glasses will be called Spectacles and are due to come out by end of the year for around €116.

Just in time for Chrimbo, eh?

Spectacles will record 10 second clips on a tiny integrated camera which will then be transferred directly to your Snapchat story.

The camera has a wider lens and will be able to record circular videos, similar to human vision.

Snapchat also announced that it is renaming the company to Snap Inc as it develops more products.

Snapchat CEO, Evan Spiegel, told the Wall Street Journal that they're planning on creating new products over the next few years.

"We're going to take a slow approach to rolling them out.

"It's about us figuring out if it fits into people's lives and seeing how they like it," he added.



Rihanna is on FIRE lately.

The singer has just teamed up with Dior to collaborate on a new sunglasses collection.

She's already a brand ambassador for the fashion house, but the new line of shades will see a major futuristic turn for the French giant.

Ri was also spotted out this week sporting a pair, and we have to say, we're loving the style of them. But, we bet you can't guess where she got her inspo from?

Well, give up? …Star Wars, of course!


When you reppin da PHUCK out yo own shit!!!

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"The process was pretty seamless," she told WWD.

"I spent a day at Dior with their eyewear design team. I started by looking through all the archives to see what they've done in the past, then got acquainted with all the new materials.

"I literally sat there and drew and drew until I was happy with the design, and the team illustrated it for me right then and there," she said. 

"We picked materials and colours that same day, and after that it was a matter of weeks before I saw the first prototype."



Since summer is neeearly here, we're getting excited about our wardrobe updates.

Soon our jumpers, hats and scarves will be replaced by skirts, sandals and sunnies. Hurrah!

Along with Stella & Dot's new SS16 collection, co-founder Blythe Harris has created a chart to show you how to find the perfect sunglasses for the shape of your face.

Between heart, oval, square and round-faces, there's a style for everyone so there's no need to try on endless amounts of sunnies and ask your mam if "this style suits?… Or this one… OR this one…"

You'll now be able to find your perfect pair in a flash… Now, all we need is the sun to stop hiding from us!

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With New York Fashion Week over, and London coming to a close, we've already seen celebrities, designers, models and bloggers don their best outfits in order to get the best street style snap. 

If you pay close attention to what these women wear, you start to notice a trend among them. 

There are certain items every one of them seem to own and wear regularly as they go about their daily business.

Speaking to Who What Wear, stylist Marissa Webb said: "It's really impossible to speak for every other woman in the fashion industry, of course, but they are a few items I've spotted frequently on many."

Want to know what they are? Read our top list:

Fashionable flats

After all, fashion girls spend a lot of time on their feet! From fashion shows to press event, photo shoots and more, fashionistas are kept going – and no matter what anyone tells you, it's hard to do in heels. 


A go-to fragrance

Every stylish woman has a favourite perfume! It's something that they will be remembered by as they go from place to place. But there's always time to update your scent with these new autumn launches. 


The perfect trench coat

They all need a trendy trench coat for travel. Most of them choose the longer style as it gives them multiple ways to change it up. But when you're on one side of the city and you need to get over to the other, these slick cover-ups really come in handy.



Fashion women are tired women – between working and events (especially during Fashion Week), it can be so draining. The most stylish way to cover that up is by wearing chic sunglasses. Just look at Anna Wintour!


Functional but chic luggage

Women in fashion spend a lot of time travelling, whether at home or abroad. Functional luggage is a major priority (because let's face it, they have  A LOT of clothes to fit in their bags). But no one wants to walk around with a grubby suitcase, so a stylish yet sturdy suitcase is key.