The Hottest Fashion Accessory This Season Is Not A Handbag Or A Shoe

It’'s all about mixing it up with your eyewear

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You wouldn't apply a one-size-fits-all approach to any other part of your wardrobe, so why so many of us still stick to a single pair of glasses is, frankly, bonkers (in style terms at least).

The fact is, the right eyewear doesn't just frame the face, it can frame and finish a whole look.

Why limit yourself to a single pair when you can curate a wardrobe of eyewear that enhances and flatters every aspect of an outfit?

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As this showcase of four of the season's hottest styles reveals, there are frames and finishes to suit every face, mood and occasion.

Only one question remains: how will you wear yours? 

THE NEW BOHEMIAN

Versatility is what makes these elegant frames so cooly sophisticated – it's a style that works just as well when you're channelling your inner blue stocking as it does when you want to work that insouciant, pared- back 21st century 'new creative' look. 'Clubround' acetate and metal frames, £130, and oval metal frames, £122, both by Ray-Ban

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SWEPT AWAY

Not one for shrinking violets, granted, but if you're looking to make a style statement, this season's take on the 1950s cat's eye – updated with a metal frame and slim metal temples – is the style to do it in. Frames, stylist's own.

METAL MAGIC

If you're feeling the 1970s this season, then this update on the classic aviator is a must. Pair with a sleek, minimalist aesthetic for a fashion-forward take on retro-inspired style. Metal aviator frames, £214, Paul Smith, metal round frames, £122 by Ray-Ban.

GIRL MEETS BOY

When it comes to defining true style, the details count. Details such as the double bridge on these acetate frames (inspired by Ray-Ban's 'Gatsby' style) – the perfect foil for easy contemporary style. Acetate and metal frames, £130, Ray-Ban.

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