It’s Always Sunny in Doucheville

Published 26/01/2020
By: xxx Published: d/m/Y

News flash! It’s not douchy to wear sunglasses inside. Nay correction, it all depends on the color of the glasses. The darker the glass, the bigger the douch (or the cooler the dude?). That is how the saying goes.

However our live motto is not to care what other people think about our fashion choices so wear whatever glasses you think are suitable for you outfit! You go! The world is your oyster etc.

And if you are on the look for a new pair of extra ordinary spectacles, may I tease you with some very good options? For indoor and outdoor use.

Did you live in the 70s even though you were born in the 90s? These glasses are for you.

Remember the glasses your mom wore in all photos taken of her in high school, now call her and ask her if she still got them.

Gucci

Topshop

Kaleos

Chimi

Gucci

Chloé

Céline via Vestiaire Collective

Small glasses are still cool if anyone were wondering!

Big glasses may be back from an era far far away when all one needed to do for fashion inspo was to google Olsen Twins Style, but small glasses are still here too.

Topshop

Le Specs

Chimi

Balenciaga

Saint Laurent

Stella McCartney

Komono

Gucci

Geometry is totally hot.

I hated math in school. Chocker right? But I am very much into geometry at least when it comes to fashion. And especially sunglasses.

Alaia

Loewe

Nelly

Chimi

Loewe

Chimi

Go huge or go somewhere else, right?

The D frame glasses, or the welder glasses as my boyfriend says (very flattering) is huge this spring. Pun kind of not intended but turned out pretty OK.

However I would say these glasses are more of a face accessory that something that protects you from the sun. Even though they do make very good protection from the sun if you are afraid to get burned.

Céline via Vestiaire Collective

Gucci

Loewe

Céline via Vestiaire Collective

Gucci

Fast and but not necessarily furious

Komono

Nelly

Prada

Balenciaga

Stella McCartney

Published 26/01/2020

Fanny Ekstrand is a writer, creative consultant and founder of Hobnob. She says she is the master of vintage shopping and knows all the pasta dishes in the world.

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