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Mirrored Sunglasses

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Stellar
Stella McCartney turns things up a notch with these futuristic mirrored shades. The green lenses paired with the classic tortoiseshell frames make for an unexpected combo that, in theory, seems a little over the top. In practice, they’re just kind of amazing.
(Photo courtesy of Stella McCartney. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Stellar

Stella McCartney turns things up a notch with these futuristic mirrored shades. The green lenses paired with the classic tortoiseshell frames make for an unexpected combo that, in theory, seems a little over the top. In practice, they’re just kind of amazing.

(Photo courtesy of Stella McCartney. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Trendspotting: Mirrored Sunglasses
Iridescent mirrored shades started popping up a year ago on the runways but they really came into the spotlight when they were recently embraced by editors like Giovanna Battaglia and, subsequently, snapped by all the street style photographers. Polyvore is a great source for seeing what’s on the market right now (check out the options here). Sneaky shoppers that we are, we suggest scoping out your faves and then checking to see if they’re available on eBay. When it comes to an eBay search item like sunglasses, it’s best to be extremely specific in your query, otherwise you’ll end up with thousands of options that might not be right for you. Get the designer, the style name, and know the cost ahead of time. It’s a sure-fire way of getting exactly what you want… hopefully for a bargain. 
(Photo: Courtesy of closetfullofclothesandnothingtowear. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Trendspotting: Mirrored Sunglasses

Iridescent mirrored shades started popping up a year ago on the runways but they really came into the spotlight when they were recently embraced by editors like Giovanna Battaglia and, subsequently, snapped by all the street style photographers. Polyvore is a great source for seeing what’s on the market right now (check out the options here). Sneaky shoppers that we are, we suggest scoping out your faves and then checking to see if they’re available on eBay. When it comes to an eBay search item like sunglasses, it’s best to be extremely specific in your query, otherwise you’ll end up with thousands of options that might not be right for you. Get the designer, the style name, and know the cost ahead of time. It’s a sure-fire way of getting exactly what you want… hopefully for a bargain. 

(Photo: Courtesy of closetfullofclothesandnothingtowear. Text by Jenny Bahn)