Heey, loves! I hope you had a great weekend and you've started this week full of positive and creative energy. Last week was super sunny in Ljubljana and I feel spring is just around the corner. Obviously it's time for a little upgrade of the eyewear collection! Therefore I made a small eyewear trend list for you! And guess what?! I found that all these beauties in STILAGO OUTLET! As you already know, I love "sale sections" and outlet shops in general. It makes me so happy when I find a piece I really like and is not overpriced. Top piece + good price = perfect combo! ;) And when this happens, I have this special feeling going through my body I really can't describe, but is f****** awesome! ;) Sounds crazy, but I just love to create a good styling out of the million pieces when it comes to sale and outlet shopping! And my favorite part about Stilago Outlet is just 5-6 days of delivery time. How cool is that?! ;) 

Ok and now a little something about my sunglasses picks! I love sunglasses and I have around 20 pairs. Crazy, I know. But I like to have a choice for every possible styling I want to put together. So, no judging, right? ;) 

Today I put together 9 different styles of sunglasses. From basic black to colorful sunnies in different shapes.  


1. Ray Ban // 2. Dior // 3. Dior // 4. Ray Ban // 5. John Galliano // 6. Marc By Marc Jacobs // 7. Gucci // 8. Lancester // 9. Michael Kors 

When you have a lot of colors and prints in your outfiut I would suggest using basic black sunglasses. With this you can never go wrong. On the other hand, when you don't know what to wear and you just put together basic jeans, a T-shirt and sneakers lets say, then go for the most crazy sunnies you have to make your "basic styling" a bit more interesting! ;) Sunglasses are a perfect accessory to create the whole look special and unique. So go for it and play with it! ;) 


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