UK Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Back At It Again With The Ray-Bans

It's official: white vans mirrored sunglasses are the accessory to be seen with this season. Thanks to the lovely Gabrielle (A Glass of Ice) and The Sunglasses Shop, I've chosen the Ray-Ban 4221 Shot Red Rubber shades* to take me through spring and summer.

I'd must admit, my go-to shades are usually a lot less crazy than these (I'm more of a classic brown tortoiseshell girl), but my neutral wardrobe welcomes colourful accessories with open arms.

The sunglasses themselves have an orange/red mirrored lens, classic Wayfarer frames with a slightly winged edge and sleek metal temples. So many people have commented on them (and yes, politely snatched them off my face to try them on themselves) and I must say, they have looked great on a range of face shapes. They're not the sunglasses to choose if you simply want to hide tired eyes and blend into the crowd, believe me!

You can find this style right here. I want them in every colour if I'm honest! 

What are your go-to shades? Let me know below! ... xo
 *The products reviewed in this post were gifted by the brand or company mentioned. All opinions are my own.


  1. Thanks so much for taking part in my giveaway with The Sunglasses Shop Naomi - and congrats on winning! You picked a lovely pair, they really suit you :) Have a fab week...

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

    1. Thank you Gabrielle! Have a lovely week xo

  2. The red mirror looks great with your hair! XO, Sarah | |

    1. Thank you Sarah! I love the red, I want the blue too! xo

  3. This outfit is perfection! Obsessed with the glasses :)


  4. Loving these Ray-Bans! I love seeing all of their fun sunnies that stray away from the classic aviator or wayfarer! Cute outfit.

    Rachel |

    1. Thanks Rachel! Same here, there's so much scope for being creative when it comes to eyewear xo


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