For a while, I had the hardest time finding sunglasses that I felt fit my face well. They were always too round, too wide or awkwardly small. If you’ve been following me for a while, then you’ve probably noticed that Garrett Leight basically solved my sunglasses dilemma forever, because now I wear them non-stop. I definitely have a few favorites, but they have a really good variety of styles that I like.
Here are my top 7:
I got this pair in the smaller size (46). I think when the frames are small and round, it kind of gives off a cool-vibe without even trying (also v John Lennon). These are my favorites at the moment!
These are the Wilson Sun in the larger size (49). They’re another major go-to, because they’re also round, metal frames. The bigger size has more of a trendy feel and I feel like these frames are the most flattering for my face. I really like the all brown for my complexion as well.
These are an even bigger size (54), which makes them really feminine and best for cute, trendier looks. I love the ombre which keeps them from looking too oversized.
These are my newest pair, and I loveee the see-through lens. They’re another look-cool-without-trying pair, but a little more unique than the John Lennon ones.
These are the only ones I have with the plastic frames, so they’re a good alternative to my usual round metal frames. I think the clear frames are super cute and perfect for summer months!
I also just got this optical pair (fun fact, I wear glasses!) that I’m really excited about. I’ve had kind of the same feeling with optical glasses, where it can be difficult to find one that feels just right, so I’m hoping these will be the ones!
Lastly, these shades are on my wishlist for future! They’re really similar to the Wilsons, but I love the extra bar at the top for a bit more of an edge. I haven’t decided what color yet though… any suggestions?
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I always make sure to save the original cases when I buy glasses. Then when I store them, I can keep each pair in its case for better organization and to keep them from getting damaged. How do you guys store your glasses? Any cute DIY storage systems out there?