If you’re in the market for a new pair of sunnies, these tips on how to find the right sunglasses for your face shape might come in handy.
This is an interesting article about how sunnies are becoming an integral part of a brand’s seasonal message.
- Budget-friendly sunnies are an easy way to quickly add pizzazz to Summer outfits. The Huffington Post has selected 30 pairs under $30.
- Harper’s Bazaar rounds up 12 sunnies under $100.
- In the mood for hot pink, apple green or cobalt blue? Then have a look at The Guardian’s selection of bright sunglasses.
- Refinery29 found 26 Statement Shades That Deserve A Moment In The Sun.
- Lots more Standout Sunglasses on Popsugar.
- Lucky Magazine brings us the five types of sunglasses that will never go out of style.
Fab Links from Our Members
Imogen’s blog post V is for V Neck helped Laurinda understand why V-necks don’t always work for her: Too deep and too wide and she ends up too cold.
Laura (rhubarbgirl) recommends Alison’s post on dressing for the super casual workplace.
These strategies for trying on clothes quickly during a shopping expedition were an eye-opener for Marlene.
Vildy enjoyed this article about how Brigitte Bardot got her look. She hadn’t realized the French style icon was not a blonde nor that at that time the high ponytail was mainly worn by young girls.
MsMaven found Bridgette Raes’ advice on how to tell someone they need a makeover very helpful.
Laura J informs us that the Marimekko-Banana Republic limited edition collection will be in stores today.
Illustrator Sara Richard recently launched the website Haute PopC, where she illustrates haute couture fashion based on pop culture. These great drawings remind Ironkurtin of Russian-born French designer Erté back in the day.
Lyn D. loves Audrey Hepburn’s style, and found this beautiful infographic very inspiring.
Sally explores what makes someone photogenic. Angie agrees that it’s truly quite hard to pin down. It also makes her wonder why animals, flowers and food are so flawlessly photogenic, and humans are not.