True Colors

Sunglasses are an essential part of the Las Vegas summer survival kit. They also happen to be one of the coolest accessory items in existence. Throw a pair of chic shades on and you’ve instantly upgraded your style factor a few generous notches.

This summer, the cool eyewear has gotten even cooler. Rather than coming in the yawn-inducing standard black and tortoise shell colors, sunglasses embrace every color in the rainbow. Neons, pastels, metallics, primary colors — you’ll find them all on your sunglasses this season. Don’t be fooled into thinking you can only wear them when the colors in your outfit coordinate, either. In fact, we advise against doing the matchy-matchy thing here. Instead, pair them with all your basics as well as other unexpected pops of color.

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