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So I picked the gloomiest, least sunny day to shoot this - clever! 

Sunglasses are definitely an essential for summer and finding the right pair at the right price can sometimes be difficult. Personally, I struggle with two things with sunglasses: 1) finding a pair that stay on my head 2) keeping a pair and keeping them unbroken for more than one summer. 

Pink round sunglasses: Asos
Pink/ orange metal frame sunglasses: Topshop
Subtle cat eye sunglasses: Topshop

When looking for a pair of sunglasses, I usually hit the high street. Purely because they're reasonably priced but also because it means I won't cry if I lose them or break them (I usually do). Topshop are brilliant for sunglasses, they have a huge range of different styles, colours and shapes so I would definitely recommend their range this year. The pink/ orange metal pair, I purchased for £15 from Topshop. I like them because they're relatively subtle in terms of the translucent plastic frame and the thin metal sides. The only issue I have found with this pair of sunglasses is the fact that because of the 'awkward' colour, they can be difficult to match with an outfit- this is what I've discovered. They don't fit my head particularly well, they do have a tendency to slide around slightly however I think that may be and issue with relatively inexpensive sunglasses - a quality issue which you wouldn't experience with a designer pair. I have worn these a handful of times and I do think they're very sweet! 

The pink plastic Asos pair of sunglasses are great. I bought them last year for around £12, I can't quite remember and I still have them - indestructible haha!! Because they're round and quite bold I think they're the perfect pair of sunglasses for going to festivals or fairs etc because they are SO funky. They fit me really well and look really great with an all-pink or white outfit. I would highly recommend having a browse on Asos' website for sunglasses. 

The final pair of sunglassses that I wanted to share with you are also from Topshop. They were priced at £16. They are 100% my 'go to' pair of sunglasses because they match with everything and fit my pea-head really really well. The subtle cat eye means that they look super stylish but aren't too flamboyant which I love about them. Because of the colour, you can wear them with just about anything and the plastic frame, I find, means they feel a lot tighter and more secure on my head! The best thing about topshop's glasses, of course, is the fact you get agree sunglasses case with each pair you purchase - super handy! 

See you soon ! X

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