While some countries are celebrating the arrival of spring season, tropical countries like The Philippines are now getting ready for summer. And when we think of summer the first that pops in our head is the beach, and what do we need when we go to the beach besides sunblock and flappy hats? Sunglasses! Of course, we don’t mean just any sunglasses, we want stylish and trendy sunglasses to rock with our new bikinis. To give you inspiration on what to buy, below are 5 Hollywood Celebrities’ favorite style of sunglasses for summer season:
Emma Roberts takes her Quay Australia frames ($40) all around L.A. but did you know you can get the same style for something much less? Sunnies by Charlie has the same style, when you visit their store look for “Bianca” style or just visit Zalora online and buy the almost same style called “Marnie” ($9) or Php399.
Margot Robbie is slowly becoming one of our top Hollywood style crushes. In the photo she’s rocking “A Dead Coffin Black” from Aussie brand Valley Eyewear. But you can get the same style in Sunnies by Charlie Clara ($12) or Php499.
Kim Kardashian’s Saint Laurent frames and poker face say, “Don’t mess with me.” You too can rock the “I don’t give a damn look” like Kardashian with Sunnies by Charlie Ashton ($9) or Php399.
Sorry K-Pop idol fans but for me, Solange Knowles will always be the best-dressed traveler at any airport. Her Karen Walker frames cost $350 but you can have the same style for less with Sunnies by Charlie Karlie ($7) or Php299.
Eyes are the window to the soul — unless you find the perfect reflective frames to hide them behind. Clearly taking a page out of the undisclosed celebrity-style handbook, Gigi Hadid opted for a stylish pair her during Fashion Week appearance. This Sunnies By Charlie Jean ($7) or Php299 does not have elegant metal lining like Gigi Hadid’s Krewe Du Optique St. Louis in Matte Black frames, but it has the same stylish vibe.
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