Sunglasses are real all-ROUNDers. They protect us, of course, from the sun and absorb dangerous UV rays. Some models come with polarized or attachable/interchangeable lenses. Some manufacturers have even developed models that are foldable. But what most people have not been aware of (or haven’t been told) is that this favorite fashion accessory easily keeps up with jewelry. Looking at the pricy models by Swarovski, Bvlgari or Jimmy Choo, you will see a lot of glitz and shine. Below we selected some of the most eye-catching glam & glitter sunglasses for you:
Stars and starlets for stars and starlets
Gucci is the embodiment of luxury and elegance. The Italian brand is known for eclectic, contemporary and romantic products that stand out from the competition with quality and unique attention to detail. This love for detail is also evident on the GG0116S, which is embellished with countless large and small stars all over the frame and temples. And there is also, of course, the golden GG logo on the side. Not only the fashionable and flamboyant Elton John, but many other stars from the world of music and movies are fans of these extravagant glasses.
Shine bright like
a star crystal glass
When jewelry is the topic, Swarovski can’t go unmentioned. This Austrian manufacturer of cut crystal glass refines watches, sunglasses and other accessories with crystals and adds some radiance to everyday life. The high-quality cut crystals break the light in such a way that any accessory becomes an eye catcher. Sunglasses by Swarovski come with and without crystals and in various shapes from ROUND to square. The cat-eye models are particularly popular with women.
Bvlgari is the third largest jewelry producer in the world and celebrities such as Kirsten Dunst or Leonardo DiCaprio have certainly contributed to its international success. American supermodel Bella Hadid has been frequently photographed with the Bvlgari BV6089 sunglasses from the Serpenti Collection. The focus of this collection is on snakes and that’s why the Bvlgari Serpenti sunglasses are embellished with elements that bring to mind a snake’s skin.
“Come in my room, my sheet Versace, when I go to sleep, I dream Versace“
The guys from Migos know what’s good. Versace is one of the most popular fashion brands in the world, not only among rappers and other musicians. Anyone who is someone proudly wears the Medusa, the logo of Versace. It has become a status symbol, so it’s no secret that the Italian luxury brand has its price. Those who cannot afford it, sometimes go for counterfeits, including fake Versace sunglasses. Our products, however, are 100% real and come with the original case and cleaning cloth.
One of the most extravagant models is the Versace VE2197. It stands out not only because of its mono-lens and pointed shape, but also because of its gold elements. It has gold plating on the upper edge of the glass and on the sides, and of course it comes with the golden Medusa on the temples.
Fashion from the Far East
As is generally known, fashion cannot be learned and the same applies to some talents, including Jimmy Choo. The Indonesian fashion designer started designing at a very young age, because those who want to become masters start practicing early on. It was only a question of time before the designer received awards such as Officer of the Order of the British Empire or Designer Brand of The Year. Jimmy Choo even managed to bring glam and glitter to the British royal family. Particularly striking are Jimmy Choo’s Lizzy sunglasses with ultrafine crystal embellishment on the frame.
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Endlessly flattering, cat-eye shades deliver instant glamour—even if you had a late one the night before. For turbo-charged glitz try the crystal LIZZY frames, or else opt for the more low-key LORY in blue and gold. Available now at JimmyChoo.com. . . #JimmyChoo #eyewear #sunglasses #instafashion #style
Fancy fashion by Fendi
It doesn’t happen all that often. The Italian fashion label Fendi was established in 1952 and stood for simplicity and elegance for a long time. It was not until the ‘90s that none other than star designer Karl Lagerfeld brought more extravagance to the brand (initially with a women’s collection). The style and the colors changed, shapes and patterns became more unusual. Fendi got this fresh coat of paint without giving up on its old values, which resulted in accessories that combine innovation and tradition and therefore become it-pieces. The best example is probably the Fendi FF 0295/S.
No matter which brand or model you go for, one thing is for sure: With crystal glass, rhinestones, gold elements and other embellishments you don’t need a necklace or bracelet, you can wear your jewelry on your face. So we hope for you that something from our assortment will be underneath your Christmas tree on Christmas Eve! 😉