Finalist of X Factor Rebecca Ferguson wears Chanel sunglasses. She was seen in Birmingham this year wearing a pair of Chanel 5193B sunglasses.
She may not have won X Factor in 2010 but she is on her way to bigger things. She always wore stylish clothes on the show and her every day look is no different. She knows what to wear and what looks good from her shoes to her sunglasses.
The most obvious benefit of wearing big sunglasses is the protection they give from the sun. Ensure that any pair of sunglasses you buy has UV protection. Genuine designer sunglasses have UVA, UVB and UVC protection up to 400 across all their ranges. It does not matter how big your sunglasses are; if they are not protecting your eyes from UV rays you might as well not bother wearing them.
Big sunglasses cover more of the area around the eye than other types of lenses apart from wraparound styles. This means less damage for your eyes and fewer wrinkles when you get older from lack of constant squinting.
Most people can wear big sunglasses no matter what shape face you have. However, if you have a round shaped face you may want to go for a slightly smaller, more angled style than the traditional round lens style.
For those with oval, square or heart shaped faces try wearing oversized lack lenses and frames.
When choosing the frame style of your sunglasses you need to think about the shape of your face. The main rule is opposites attract. To get a flattering look you need to make a balance between the shape of your face and the shape of your sunglasses frame.
- For very angular faces you want to soften your look with round shaped frames.
- In contrast if you have a round face you want a style that is angular like a cat eye or rectangular shape.
- Heart shaped faces do not go well with oversized frames as it will make your face appear top heavy. So look for medium to small size frames to compliment your face.
- Those with a narrow forehead and wide jaw line will want to even their face out with an oversized frame therefore balancing out the wider bottom half of their face.
- If you have an oval face the world is your oyster as you will suit most frame styles.
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Aviator sunglasses got their name because of their oblique teardrop shape, which matched that of the smoked-lens flying goggles wore by pilots of the time. The aviator style became popular in the ’60s but more so in the 1980′s when pop stars began to wear them.
Their design uses dark or reflective lenses which is much larger than your eyes with metal frames. The idea of the oversized lenses is to block as much light as possible from your eyes.
Buy Chanel sunglasses at discounted prices and you are well on your way to looking like the stars. Many stars wear Chanel sunglasses and Angelina Jolie in particular is seen wearing different styles from the Chanel range. Emma Watson is also a fan of Chanel; she knows how to look good.
The ornate glossy black face surrounds the fitting grey lenses. Each arm boasts an authentic rotating pearl which is swiftly followed by the signature of this Parisian fashion house which is renowned for timeless elegance.
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We can’t all afford real diamonds on our sunglasses, but with Swarovski Crystal on your sunglasses they make a stunning second best. Designer sunglasses with that extra bit of bling! The following styles are worth a look; Gucci 307, Dior My Lady Dior 3, Bvlgari 6038B and Bvlgari 8055 B.