Ray-Bans have been the typical go-to brand for all things sunglasses related over the past few years, however the design of the options they offer have largely stayed the same. This year however, a new style has been introduced – the Erika – a more feminine, fun and well fitting way to wear the popular brand, suitable for those with smaller faces (and therefore who tend to steer clear from oversized styles) or those who would prefer a more ‘girlie’ shape, as opposed to the more masculine wayfarers.
Offered in a whole host of colour combinations – I opted for the ‘sand’ version, which for £88 is a really pretty and affordable pair which will last all summer long. They are light wearing and don’t cling to the sides of your face, inevitably resulting in a lingering headache. Although described as a sandy brown, they are more of a lavender/grey in natural lighting, which I absolutely love and they frame smaller faces with ease.
Offered in an assortment of colours, the Erika is available from The Sunglasses Shop, priced at £88 per pair.