There’s No Shame in Winter Sunglasses
Sunglasses are not only for sunny days. If you have sensitive eyes like me, the wind, cold, and atmosphere can make your eyes red and watery. I almost always have to wear sunglasses outside solely to protect my eyes. During the wintertime it can be tricky on gloomy days. People look at you like either, a: you think you’re too cool, b: you had a rough night of partying, or c: you may be, or you just think you are, a celebrity. None of which is true. I also have good vision, so I don’t have regular eyeglasses to use. I’m sure I can’t be the only person in this position. So what is a sensitive-eyed girl to do on a dark winter day? The answer is ditch the black Jackie O’s (for now) and go for a pair with a lighter frame and light lenses. Like these Roberto Cavalli Chain-Embellished Visor Sunglasses, $171.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Aviator Sunglasses, $98.
Ray-Ban Silver Craft Aviator Sunglasses, $190.