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We bring you our 5 favourite pieces from Michael Kors 2016 collection to revamp your look

Any summer style is incomplete without the right pair of sunglasses. This season, eyewear trends are a wide mix – aviators, round frames, mirrored lenses, clear frames, colored frames and more. The Michael Kors 2016 eyewear collection comprises reading glasses as well as sunglasses – styles are edgy yet sophisticated and available in a varied color palette. We pick our five favorites from the collection and tell you which face shape they suit best

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Adelaide I

These acetate accentuated frames with an oversized round shape will look best on an oval face. They are kind of retro, but don’t look outdated at all!

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Vivianna I

A polished metal frame combined with an aviator frame, these sunglasses are perfect for a heart-shaped face. The flash lenses (with mirror finish) on the pair are a popular choice among street style icons these days.

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Kendall II

This beautiful pair comes in a blush color, the season’s hottest color trend. Featuring a retro circular shape, the shades are ideal for a square face. They will be fun to wear on cloudy days as the rose tint will increase contrast and brighten a grey, dreary outdoors.

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Adrianna III

This pair of sunglasses is equipped with two of the season’s hottest trends – flash lenses and acetate frames – perfect to add a glamorous touch to your style.

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Rania II

Designed in a stylish cat-eye shape, these sleek sunglasses feature an opaque acetate frame and complementary gradient lenses. The lens makes this pair a good choice for when you are driving as they shield your eyes from direct sunlight and allow more light from the bottom half of the lens.



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