SUMMER MUST HAVES: 90s INSPIRED SHADES

We all know that everything in fashion gets recycled. Now, for summer, we are back to 90s inspired shades.

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A look through your favorite celebrity’s page on Instagram will have you feeling like you are in a scene of The Matrix.

Made even more popular by Beyoncé, Rihanna, Teyana Taylor, Bella and Gigi Hadid (so much so that Gigi Hadid and Vogue Eyewear came together for a collaboration), Selena Gomez, Zoe Kravitz and Millie Bobbi Brown, tiny glasses are definitely the way to go.

Beyoncé queening I’m skinny cateye frames.

Rihanna looking like a Showstopper in white-rimmed matrix inspired sunglasses.

This summer, ditch your oversized cat-eye frames and get something smaller and minimalist but by no means understated. Smaller sunglasses are available in various styles. From Colored tint to pastel colours to science fiction, take a look at some inspiration that is sure to sway you to the retro side.

Bella Hadid is a clear-skied delight in these tiny tinted white rimmed frames.

Shay Mitchell is a physical representation of everything summer is about in ‘Le Skinny’ in white from Poppy Lissiman.

We’ve got nothing but summer lovin’ for Nigerian Blogger, Uzy Nwachukwu in these peekaboo oval sunnies.

We just want to look at life through rose coloured glasses like Style star, @douniabadri.

Nothing says too cool for school like this matrix-inspired shades, as worn by @ada_oguntodu

Style influencer Micah Gianneli shows us how to do the DAMN thing in these shades by Linda Farrow.

Double trouble! The Clermont twins giving us a run for our money in Speed limit shades from Poppy Lissiman.

Convinced? These are some sunnies to get you started.

Embellished cat-eye acetate sunglasses  – Gucci £690

Image via Zara

Cat-eye glasses – Zara £14.99

The Mila Sunglasses – Maju N2800

Image via Poppy Lissiman

Skinny Demon in Green Mirror – Poppy Lissiman $115

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