Get Shady For Fall With 3 Pairs Of Sunnies That’ll Update Your Look In A Flash

24 Aug

Just because fall’s almost here, doesn’t mean you’re ditching your sunglasses along with your summer Fridays. But, come September, you’ll want a more refined pair of shades to pair with your colder-weather wardrobe. Lucky for you, we’ve got a bunch of offerings that are perfect for  the season’s camel colors and cozy knits. Named after famous L.A. districts and streets, our sunnies are made in a crazy-cool assortment of materials (think handmade Italian acetate and stainless steel) inspired by the rocks and crystals that us Angelenos see everyday. Here are three frames that will update your look in a flash.

From top to bottom:

1. The Wilshire: We’ve put an L.A. spin on the classic aviator with these shades just in for autumn. They still rock a surferish vibe, but the solid looking frame with a contrasting colors will get you in the mood to hit the slopes come winter. ($140, available soon here)

2. The Beverly: Can’t you just see Nicole Richie rocking out in this ultra chic pair? Wear ’em with a long Maxi dress and a snuggly cardi for some serious fall street-cred. ($140, available here)

3. The Montecito: Rich and refined, these tortoise shells make for the perfect accessory to almost any fall outfit, and the silhouette is pure H-Wood glamor. ($140, available here)

One Response to “Get Shady For Fall With 3 Pairs Of Sunnies That’ll Update Your Look In A Flash”


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    […] Bikes are undoubtedly having a fashion moment (the Sartorialist has even devoted a section on his blog to chic cyclists), so what better way to get into the mood than with the Bicycle Film Festival, which lands in LA on Wednesday? Kicking off with an art show and street party, films include Birth of Big Air, a documentary on BMX legend Mat Hoffman, produced by Spike Jonze and Bicycle Dreams, the story of the 3,000-mile, cross-country Race Across America. Ride in style with a pair of our fabulous shades. […]

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