THE ALMA DERBY LOVES SUNGLASSES IN SUMMER
The essential of your summer on all points and not to forget to wear: the sunglasses!
Besides the fact that sunglasses have protective properties, they are also a real fashion accessory to enhance your look and bring the little fashion touch that will make the difference!
Sunglasses protect the eyes from numerous aggressions such as the sun's rays (ultraviolet rays). They reduce glare and protect from strong light intensity.
So it is necessary to wear glasses during the summer season, and especially in these times of heat wave when the sun is very bright in Paris... But take advantage of this accessory to play on your outfit styles!
To vary the aesthetics of your outfit and depending on your exposure to the sun, feel free to position the bridge of your pair on the tip of your nose to bring a certain allure, or to stay stylish in all circumstances! If you're looking for a less sophisticated, casual look, we suggest slipping your glasses over the collar of your top under an open oversized shirt...
THE LITTLE TOUCH THAT MAKES THE LOOK
This year, the trend is for sunglasses in "butterfly", "cat eye", "triangle" and even "oversize" shapes!
All the major fashion houses have oriented the shows of their Summer 2022 collections on these formats, with fifties and sixties inspirations to combine retro and modernity! The color is also a must to dare and impose this image more offbeat and original! We notice, whether for frames and lenses, nude, old pink, pastel blue, water glass, brown, and apricot kind of orange...
We recommend you in particular within the famous brands:
For women, the pink butterfly sunglasses MISSDIOR B1U, vintage glasses girly from Dior perfect to match with a casual style, relaxed. We also have a soft spot for the CAT EYE S004 ACETATE Terracotta sunglasses from Celine!
For men, the sunglasses MEDUSA BIGGIE from Versace, glasses available in a multitude of colors.
If you want to bet on more timeless and timeless accessories, we recommend "aviator", "rectangular" and "hexagonal" sunglasses with darker tones and prints.