Lauren’s Picks: Summer Sunnies Saves & Splurges

Summer Sunnies | Wellesley & King

I love a good pair of sunglasses. They transform your look instantly, are easy to throw on for running errands, and  eliminate the need for eye makeup, which–when you’re sweating in the heat–no one wants to wear a ton of anyway.

I have invested in a few pairs of the staple styles (black, cat eye, aviator) over the last couple years that will never go out of style. I’m constantly rotating through.

I have a ridiculously small head for a full-grown adult, so it’s often rare that I’m even able to fit into most styles. However, I have recently been told that Kate Spade and Tory Burch styles both run smaller than most, and I definitely agree. All of my sunglasses are now Kate Spade because they’re the brand I can count on to fit more narrowly.

I adore the look of the Rayban classic wayfarer and aviators but they just seem too wide for my narrow face shape. I have seen that both styles come in a ‘Junior’ version for kids though, and I’m curious as to whether those would be more appropriate–they’re also half the price! Let me know if you’ve tried them and what you think.

That’s all for today; you can shop all of the styles in the post below. Have fun!

Cat Eye:
Splurge | Save

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Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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