When it comes to investing in a new pair of shades, no brand is more iconic than Ray-Ban. Having been around since the 1930s, it has been the celeb sunglasses go-to for decades. From the likes of Marilyn Monroe to modern day style icons such as Gigi Hadid, Ray-Bans are the obvious choice for every stylish lady and this summer, the collection is better than ever. Now all you have to do is decide which Ray-Ban gang you’re going to be in.
The Aviators Girls:
A serious supermodel favourite, Ray-Ban’s classic aviator style has been championed by the likes of Candice Swanepoel and Gigi Hadid. Both opting for super bright and refelective colours, Ray-Ban also do the style in much more demure shades (and as you’ll see above, Candice has a pair in black too). It’s a uniform for the supermodel statement-makers and is a shape that cools up pretty much any outfit. Make it work with a modern twist by picking a fluro lens like these two lovely ladies.
The Wayfarers Women:
Timeless, elegant and a style which you know will never date, Kate Upton and Taylor Swift make a serious case for the Ray-Ban Wayfarers. Undoubtedly the most classic shape of them all, these are your go-to staple sunnies which go with absolutely any outfit, just ask T Swift, who always has a pair of these on.
The Clubmasters Club:
Somewhere between the Aviators and the Wayfarers, the Clubmasters are the retro gals’ choice of shade. As demonstrated by Behati and Beyonce, these Ray-Bans are for the coolest kids on the block – whether you’re going for fluro lenses and coloured frames or keeping it super simple with a more classic combo, you know you’ll be looking chic in these shades.
The Fashion-Forward Ladies:
From Sienna Miller to Laura Haddock, the latest Ray-Ban shape is quickly gaining cult celebrity status and we think it’s going to be one of the classics in no time. The most modern and fashion forward lens of them all, we have a bit of a soft spot for the round Ray-Bans.
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By Amy de Klerk