NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14: Olga Ferrara wears black sunglasses, pearls pendant earrings, a gold large chain necklace from Balenciaga, a pale pink t-shirt, matching pale pink carrot suit pants, a gray fluffy oversized long coat, pink shiny leather crocodile print pattern platform high block heels shoes with gold large chain, a pale pink sheep fluffy handbag, outside the Carolina Herrera show, during New York Fashion Week, on February 14, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
The Best Ways To Style Oversized Sunglasses
Sleek And Simple
When wearing oversized sunglasses, you may want to avoid overcrowding your face with flashy jewelry and other accessories. Keeping the look simple is a surefire way of looking chic and sophisticated while keeping the focus on those larger shades.
All-Black Outfit
A large pair of black sunglasses is the perfect addition to a monochromatic black ensemble. On its own, the outfit looks edgy and stylish — add a pair of thick-rimmed black sunnies and some gold hoops to elevate the entire look.
Colorful Shades
Why stick to the traditional neutral-colored shades when colorfully vibrant ones exist? We love how in this example, Instagram user @lashingandslaying is balancing out the bright blue glasses with a neutral white button-down shirt.
Ready For Summer
If you're going for a cool-girl poolside vibe, pairing your large shades with a vizor and free flowing locks is an excellent choice. This look is showcased in an Instagram photo by model Precious Ng'oma, who completed the look with a matching and simple black two-piece set.
Wear Them Creatively
When you no longer need to wear your sunglasses on your face, feel free to incorporate them into your look in other ways, like on your hairline or hanging off the front of your shirt. It’s a genius way to show off your cute shades even once the sun goes down!