Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Petite-friendly sunglasses (high-end & affordable)

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Summer is officially over but that doesn't mean you have to put your sunglasses away. I love sunglasses in general. However, with a history of macular degeneration, sunglasses are not only a fashion item but also a necessity for me. My eyes are very sensitive to sunlight so sunglasses are a must all year round. If you have a small face then you know finding the right pair of sunglasses is never an easy task. Below are what I currently have in my little sunglasses collection and they all fit my face well.

AffordablePetiteFriendlySunglasses_SydneysFashionDiary

Affordable (from near to far): Zero UV (on me) | Quay My Girl (on me) | Nasty Gal Bueller II (on me). These sunglasses are extremely affordable but well constructed. I own many pairs from ZeroUV but this one is my favorite. They are super similar to the Karen Walker Super Duper sunglasses (which I had). These Quay sunglasses are my new obsession. If you're a reader of my blog then you know I've been wearing them non stop lately. I purchased these sunglasses from Nasty Gal a few months ago. For only $20, I didn't expect much. However, I was pleasantly surprised that they feel super sturdy in person and do not fall off my face.

HighendPetiteFriendlySunglasses

High-end sunglasses (from near to far): Kate Spade Gayla (on me) | Karen Walker Number One (on me) | Dolce and Gabbana 4207 (on me). If you're looking to purchase a pair of high-end sunglasses, definitely check these out. In my opinion, they are ideal for petite faces. I've had these sunglasses for at least 2 years and they seem to hold up really well. On the flip side, there are also a few pairs that didn't work out for me (no longer have). They seemed to fit well at first but loosen up over time and fall off my face.
1. Prada 17OS (on me)
2. Karen Walker Super Duper (on me)
3. Burberry round frame (on me)
 
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