This summer, fashion trends have shown a full spectrum of their flexibility, something we’ve already seen at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Australia.
Whilst it’s amazing how we can choose all different sorts of pieces and combine them into amazing outfits, the experience has shown that people feel the most comfortable when dressing casually, with many celebs deciding to shine in these kinds of styles.
Of course, by adding a pair of designer sunglasses you’ll get a perfect recipe for fashion success. So we’re moving from the land down under to catch up with the spring stories from European and American fashion events, proof of our advise that a pair of sunnies completes any outfit.
Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator
Let’s take direction from Fashion Director Kerry Pieri when she decided to wear a brown leather bag, fruity printed long skirt, cropped black leather jacket, grey top and golden brown Ray-Ban Aviators on day 3 of London Collections: Women in England. Casual is cool, right?
Ray Ban RB4171 Erika
All-round fashion blogger, instagrammer, stylist and journalist Celine Aagaard kept her casual look, well, casual by teaming a black polo neck under a leather jacket with wide white capri pants and a pair of dark Ray Ban Erika sunglasses whilst in Milan, Italy. Black leather hat and white bag are also a part of her daring choice, ideal for relaxed walk in the cradle of fashion.
Another fashion blogger, Charlotte Groeneveld, was spotted outside the Tibi show wearing a dusky pink coat, white dress under a grey jumper, gray boots with Dior’s Diorreflected model of sunglasses in New York City. blending in perfectly with the New York street scenery and style indeed!
Now, let’s sum up and respond to the following question: Do you want to look stylishly casual, or casually stylish? Choose a pair of designer’s sunglasses, put on a leather jacket and the pair of comfortable pants or a long skirt if you prefer and transform your everyday routine into a casual fashion experience! It’s definitely working for some fashionistas already.