Accessories Trends 2017 Mirrored Sunglasses
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The Hottest New Accessories Trend that Celebrities are Obsessed With

It’s winter. Ugh. Two words: Wheels up.

Even if you’re not heading to an exotic locale to soak up the rays, like Kourtney Kardashian (she’s currently on a luxe family vacay in Costa Rica…sigh), you can still be in a summer state of mind. It’s all about eyewear, specifically Instagram-worthy sunglasses that make you look like a star. ?

This year, mirrored sunnies with coloured lenses are trending in Hollywood and beyond. A throwback to the 80s, these cool reflective shades make a stellar statement with any look. Kylie Jenner recently posted a shot wearing an oversized pair of mirrored aviators with a greenish tint on her Instagram account.


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Jessica Alba kicked off the New Year in Hawaii with her bestie Kelly Sawyer and two must-have accessories: a pair of rose gold mirrored sunglasses and a black ball cap. Perfect for an outdoor adventure—and impromptu selfies.

Olivia Palermo got the rose gold memo, too, posing for model hubby Johannes Huebl while taking a stroll on the beach.

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Model Gigi Hadid puckered up with famed photographer Mario Testino wearing Ray-Ban blue mirrored aviators.

Even (almost) royals are crushing on this 80s-inspired trend. Kate Middleton’s younger sister Pippa was snapped in a silver-blue version while in Switzerland to compete in the Glacier Patrol race, proving that retro reflective sunnies aren’t just beach bag must-haves. They’re made for sun—and ski.

So don’t stress if your invite to Villa Manzu (the Kardashian’s $15,000 dollar-a-night vacation rental in Costa Rica) got lost in the mail, you can still channel those warm weather vibes despite shivering in sub-zero temps. Just throw on a pair of rainbow-bright mirrored sunglasses and repeat after us: Life’s a beach.