See How 6 StyleCaster Editors Style Summer’s Best Sunglasses

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See How 6 StyleCaster Editors Style Summer’s Best Sunglasses
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Sunglasses are to summer what boots are to winter—in other words, an absolute necessity. In their mirrored lenses, exaggerated cat-eye shapes, or classic aviator frames, bold shades have the power to put a distinct stamp on even the most basic outfits, with minimal effort.

To show you just how transformative a killer pair of sunglasses can be, we teamed up with Tiffany & Co. and put our editors to work road-testing their new crop of summer shades. Click through the gallery to see how each six StyleCaster team members chose to style Tiffany shades, according to their own personal style!

This post is part of a sponsored advertising campaign with Tiffany & Co. 

 

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"Never underestimate the power of a classic pair of sunglasses to elevate your look. Case in point: These gold aviators certainly help anchor this summery, nautical ensemble."

--Jessica Teves, Editor-in-Chief, wearing the Tiffany Ziegfeld Aviator Sunglasses; $430

"For me, sunglasses are the epitome of cool, so choosing the right pair is key. That said, I like to have fun with shades, which is why I'm loving pastel frames right now—they add a super-striking  pop to anything I'm wearing, from a bold print suit to jeans and blazers." 

--Perrie Samotin, Site Director, in the Tiffany Atlas Butterfly Sunglasses; $350

"Although I think my personal style is (and should be) always evolving, I tend to gravitate toward unfussy, easy pieces with just a little edge. I'll throw a few trendy pieces into an outfit, so for sunglasses I look for something fun – it's hard to find a pair that fit my face (it's so long and narrow!) but I love pairs that are a little out-of-the-ordinary."

--Rachel Adler, Beauty Director, wearing the Tiffany Victoria Cat Eye Sunglasses in Dark Cherry; $320

"I'm always moving in the summer and there are so many fun things to do, so my style is more laid back, comfortable, and go-anywhere. These classic cat eye frames work for any style and situation, and the pop of color and stone accent at the corner give it a subtle special detail."

--Sam Lim, Director of StyleCaster Creators, wearing the Tiffany Victoria Cat Eye Sunglasses in black; $350

"I like to stick with dark colors and simple pieces that have a bit of an edge. When it comes to sunglasses, I like big frames with dark lenses and a slight cat-eye shape—I chose these because they're super-flattering and, with the hint of blue, really fun for summer."

--Alle Connell, Senior Beauty Editor, wearing the Tiffany Aria Concerto Sunglasses; $300

"I always gravitate towards cat-eye sunglasses because generally they tend to look better on me than other  styles. They’re feminine but in a subjective way that can be either sweet or badass, depending on how you dress around them. I tend to lean towards the latter."

--Sable Yong, Associate Editor, wearing the Tiffany 1837 Cat Eye Sunglasses; $300

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