Whether they are used to escape paparazzi, or just a better match with clothes, or just to block the strong sunlight, sunglasses are unduly accessories the stars must have. In Hollywood, "bigger is better" is still the trend at the moment. Chanel's and Gucci's sunglasses are the most common first – line brands among the stars' sunglasses.
Michelle Trachtenberg likes brown "toad mirror", so does Jessica Alba. Kate Hudson prefers "pilot" sunglasses. Both of these two types of glasses are frequently companied by the stars. The latter kind of sunglasses is suitable for women of "peach heart" type face. When choosing the sunglasses, we must pay attention to their sizes. The best one is just to cover up a part of the brow.
Nicole Richie picks Ray – ban sunglasses. Lyons likes all the black sunglasses, while Victoria Beckham always wears rectangular black sunglasses. Black or all black Ray – Ban sunglasses can truly be the star's level of "men in black" which means cool. However, they are particular about the wearer's face and the best outline is a clear slap face.
Eva Longoria appreciates red – edged and butterfly – shaped sunglasses. Audrina Patridge loves the gradient – colored ones along the butterfly – shaped sunglasses, and so does Jennifer Lopez. Butterfly – shaped sunglasses basically block the brow and they emphasize the parts of the forehead and cheek bones at the same time. If you are confident about the two parts, maybe this kind of sunglasses is a greater choice for you!
What's more, Angelina Julie is accredited to wearing two – tone sunglasses when going out. Although the two – tone sunglasses can make a deep impression on others, it looks too colored in everyday life.
In addition, many stars play retro fashion, wearing a few pairs of round sunglasses which are a bit like Harry Potter's round sunglasses, popular among Sienna Miler, Mary Kate Olson, Lady GaGa.
As early as the New York's fashion week in September 2008, round glasses were on a comprehensive fall. Vera Wang's pair of round glasses is a little exaggerated, playful and lively. Ralph Lauren sees most loyal to the true feature of round glasses.