July 7, 2015

Midi Eyelet



Happy Tuesday my flaneurs! 
So many trends this summer I can't even keep up with them. I have been seeing reflective sunglasses everywhere, as I am sure you have to. I am not quite sure this is something I would want to invest in, but the look has definitely grown on me. I usually opt for designer sunglasses and I always ensure I add polarized lenses for some additional protection for my eyes. But not wanting to spend a fortune on sunglasses that are not 100% my style and I most likely will not wear that often,  I decided to buy an affordable pair instead.




 I came across this pair of reflective sunglasses while at Aldo and I thought they were adorable. They were only $12, which is a steal. The quality is actually not too bad considering how much I paid for them. Neither did I get dizzy from wearing them which is something you should always look out for when you purchase sunglasses of lower quality. 






Top: Haight & Ashbury similar | Eyelet Skirt: RW&CO similar | Heels: J.Crew | Handbag: Kate Spade | Watch: Michael Kors | Ring: H&M | Bracelets: Aldo, similar | Sunglasses: Aldo | Earrings: Kate Spade

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Is this a trend you are investing in or are loving at the moment? I'd love to hear from you! 


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4 comments

  1. Ooooh! Love those sunnies girl! What a steal. You look beautiful!

    xo Amy from Curated by Amy

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  2. These sunglasses look great on you Eleni! In the past, I never liked reflective sunglasses! However, this summer I just love them! There is such a great variety to choose from! The ones with the wooden frame are my favorite!

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  3. In LOVE with these sunglasses! They are perfect and so on trend. They definitely look fantastic on you. I've been wanting to get a pair of reflective sunnies myself, but couldn't find a decent pair that was affordable. I may have to buy these =) The details of this outfit are so pretty too! Love the pop of pink with your bag.

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