As the music festival season kicks off, it’s time to indulge in a little festival fashion – getting the right designer sunglasses can make or break an outfit.
Ray-Bans rock, Chanel is chic, and Jimmy Choo is more than a shoe – having designer labels on you shades is one way of achieving rock star cool. Designer sunglasses from the likes of Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Police are in big demand at must-go music festivals like Glastonbury and Bestival. Music festivals are places to see some of the hottest acts on the planet, but they’re also a chance to look hot too. The fashion mags are crammed with photos of celebrities sporting festival chic, often led by the likes of Kate Moss, who manages to make a pair of wellies look stylish with the right pair of Gucci sunglasses.
Music Festivals: Pack a Mac, Sunglasses and Wellies
Music festivals are a chance to put some rock-chick style into your wardrobe. And the sure-fire way to get the look right is to opt for a designer brand. If in doubt, flick through a celebrity magazine and check out what brands your favourite celebrity is donning this year – you can be guaranteed the magazine will dissect celebrities every designer choice from their shoes to their shades; Ray-Ban, Chanel, Oakley, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Police, Gucci, Emporio Armani and Jimmy Choo are all hot names in the sunglasses game. Choosing big brands you’re safe in the knowledge that your shades won’t date, but will simply become timeless designer classics. With leading designer sunglasses, you know that even if the sun isn’t shining, you’ll shine out in the crowd.
Designer Sunglasses – Stay Cool
No matter what the weather, festival-goers need to always pack a few essentials – including macs and wellies, as well as suncream and sunglasses. As with many British outdoor events, the chances are it will start out sunny and turn wet, or vice-versa. Variable weather is one of the few guarantees.
Many music festivals tend to be family affairs. It’s important you make sure your children are protected from the elements too. Always pack and use suncream whatever the weather, take your waterproofs and invest in sunglasses for your children. Research has shown that toddlers are vulnerable to the sun’s rays as the lenses of a child’s eye are more transparent. Excessive exposure to sunlight can potentially damage the eyes. It’s important to buy a good pair of sunglasses that offer the right UV protection.
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