12 Luxury Statement Sunglasses Must-Have This Season: From Teeny Tiny Shades To Oversized Sunnies

The season for sunglasses is finally here and this time of the year, we want to make impression. We are not opting for the high street affordable ones, not that there is anything wrong with that, but we want to celebrate the new season having survive the  pandemic.

So we are going luxury, high end statement sunglasses that will last you from season to season. This is why this great investment has to be in a classic design. Classic designs as we know it are the ones that will never go out of style which gives them the longevity of wearing and a great investment.

Despite the fact that we are going classic, we are not descriminating too – we love trendy ones and what’s trending right now are the teeny weeny tiny shades and the oversized shades, from retro to mordern classics we’ve got you covered.

When going for a statement sunglasses, paying attention to details is the key. Details like nose bridges, lense size to lense colour. The nose bridge is arguably the most influential component on a sunglass and knowing the right type of bridge for you can mean the difference between long-term comfort or discomfort. The part of the sunglass that makes contact with your nose is known as the frame bridge. So when it comes to making a choice, it’s always adviceable to go for the ones with adjustable nose pads because it can be widened or narrowed to accommodate a variety of nose shapes and sizes. Moreso, if you’re comfortable or already understand your nose bridge when it comes to sunglasses you can always opt for saddle bridge or keyhole bridge. Saddle or keyhole bridge sunglasses are the ones mostly found in plastic frames and are very comfortable because they spread the weight of the glasses across a greater area or side of the nose instead of having it concentrated on smaller points like adjustable nose pads. Finally we have the comfort fit nose bridge design which comes with silicone nose pads offering all-day comfort and a no-slip grip, making it an excellent choice for many face shapes. The lense colours for classic designs can range from brown, black, blue e.t.c.

The price of these sunglasses are on the high side because they are luxury and are made by our favourite designers which means you’re in for a longhaul. You can opt for one to make it a great investment for many seasons or you can go for two or more to suit your moods, the choice is yours.

Here are the best in the market right now:

 TOL Eyewear Disc round-frame sunglasses

TOL Eyewear

Disc round-frame sunglasses

£220.00 at Farfetch


Les Lunettes 97 black rectangle-frame sunglasses

£300.00 at Harvey Nichols

Image 1 of TOL Eyewear Icon cat-eye sunglasses

TOL Eyewear

Icon cat-eye sunglasses

£195.00 at Farfetch


Black oversized sunglasses

£180.00 at Harvey Nichols


D-frame metal sunglasses

£295.00 at Matchesfashion


FT0613 Beatrix square-framed acetate sunglasses

£245.00 at Selfridges


Hanah oversized round metal sunglasses

£335.00 at Matchesfashion


GG0978S cat-eye frame acetate sunglasses

£535.00 at Selfridges


Embellished Brown Square Sunglasses

£ 280.00 at Stella McCartney


Robyn half-rim cat-eye acetate sunglasses

£395.00 at Matchesfashion


CT0233S Aviator gold-tone sunglasses

£865.00 at Selfridges


Womens 817 Mariposa

£270.00 at Amazon




By Lola Joseph
Images: Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Amazon, Stella McCartney, Matchesfashion, Farfetch
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