What better time than now, with a bright summer sun blasting through my window, to team up with Warby Parker and share with you my lovelies, their newest collection of sunglasses – the Downing Summer.*
Sunglasses are a must for everyone, anytime… So relax, grab a cup of tea and enjoy some macaroons while scrolling down this post for more details and suggestions!
Now called Downing, the new Summer 2015 Collection of Warby Parker sunglasses comes with two new, limited edition fun colours: Striped Indigo and English Oak, along with the already available variations: Walnut Tortoise and Jet Black. They will definitely be the IT pair of sunglasses for the sunny season ahead, as are extremely versatile!
All Warby Parker acetate sunglasses are made of premium cellulose acetate, produced in Italy by a family-owned company with 150 years of tradition in the field. The classic frame is flawless and it comes equipped with the best polarised lenses on the market at the moment.
Here you have the entire collection in pictures:
As you can see these are universal sunglasses that can be worn easily by both men and women, regardless any personal style or occasion. They can be dressed down and worn with a casual outfit adding that quirky, unique touch to your look, but they can also easily be paired with a polished look – the way I would definitely wear them.
My favourite pair is the new and limited edition Stripped Indigo. And here you have a little collage on how I’d style them, for a smart-casual look to wear when I go out for a brunch with the girls.
- sunnies – Warby Parker Downing Summer Striped Indigo
vest – MANGO
jeans – Zara
shoes – Smiling Shoes
bag – Fendi
belt – Salvatore Ferragamo
Which pair of Downing sunglasses is your favourite? How would you style it?
Take a selfie with your Warby Parker Downing Summer 2015 favourite and upload it on your social media accounts under the #seesummerbetter for everyone to see it!
See you soon, beautiful!
Thank you Brian for this lovely collaboration!
*The photographic material used in this post is property of Warby Parker, unless stated otherwise. annie’s beauty… has written permission to use it as well as any information regarding Warby Parker business form their website.
- almost one billion people worldwide lack access to glasses, which means that 15% of the world’s population cannot effectively learn or work. To help address this problem, Warby Parker partners with non-profits like VisionSpring to ensure that for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need
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