Look to these iconic films for your sunglasses inspiration
First signs of sun and we’re dressing from our sunglasses down! But which shape suits?
Get your inspiration from the big screen with our ultimate shades on film.
With the band? Rock aviators
like Kirsten Stewart and Dakota
Fanning in this biopic about the
iconic ‘70s girl group. The
perfect accompaniment to your
new pair of flares.
The Cat Eye
The ‘50s Cat Eye got bad girl
appeal in '80s classic Scarface,
thanks to Michelle Pfeiffer’s
troubled portrayal of Elvira
Hancock. Wear yours with silky
slip dresses and a moody
No one’s Wayfarer game is
stronger than Patricia
Arquette’s many bright pairs in
True Romance. Think acid bright
or classic black, but maybe
steer clear of the fluro leopard
Our obsession with Natalie
Portman began with her 12-year
old debut in Leon – complete
with those iconic round shades.
Channel yours with a ‘90s choker
or take it more ‘70s with paisley
Forget Breakfast at Tiffany,
we want oversized sunnies like Woody Allen’s Annie Hall –
teamed with mannish tailoring
and a retro neck scarf.