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Season trends: Minimal 90s sunglasses

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Season trends: Minimal 90s sunglasses

The return of the Nineties never seems to end and this season we are having yet another flash-back in the sunglass world.

Launching the trend are the IT-girls Selena Gomez, Rihanna as well as Hadid and Jenner sisters. Are you ready to give up your over-sized shield frame of this summer for something more sleek and minimal? Have a look below and get inspired.

 

 

Bella Hadid is wearing an oval minimal frame similar to the one the young Olsen twins are wearing. The important thing is that they need to be in metal and have coloured or really dark lenses like the ones Kylie Jenner is wearing. Both Ray-Ban and Vogue have released similar styles such as the Ray-Ban Oval Metal RB 3547N and Vogue VO 4082S By Gigi Hadid.

 

 

Big sister Gigi Hadid, instead, is wearing a small cat-eye frame in bright colours and if you want to get inspired by her style, why not match shoes and other small details of your outfit to your sunglasses? Gigi has designed a similar pair for her Vogue collection, grab the VO 5211S by Gigi Hadid here.

 

 

Our favourite girl Rihanna is combining minimal sunglasses with maximum style. You will definitely not go unnoticed with the Gucci GG146S a small, rectangular style with thick arms totally covered by pearls and small golden inserts. A frame that needs a strong and confident wearer.

 

 

Which one is your favourite? The ovals, the cat-eye or the rectangular ones? Choose yours on Otticanet!

 

 

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