Free People Athena Sunglass
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  • Free People Rounders Sunglass
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    Gold metal frame sunnies with round mocha tinted lenses and a long metal bridge. Tortoiseshell plastic tipped arms and comfortable nose pads. By Free People. Metal. Import.
  • ILLESTEVA Leonard sunglasses
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    This season Illesteva reimagines its popular Leonard sunglasses in block shades of brown purple and clear acetate. This is a style renowned for its distinctive round frame and keyhole bridge but it's the futuristic mirrored lenses that really set this pair apart.
  • Free People Dressed to Kill Sunglass
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    Plastic framed retro cat eye shaped sunnies. By Free People. Plastic. Import.
  • Free People Rounders Sunglass
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    Gold metal frame sunnies with round mocha tinted lenses and a long metal bridge. Tortoiseshell plastic tipped arms and comfortable nose pads. By Free People. Metal. Import.
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    • ModCloth Vintage Inspired Long Tank top (2 thick straps) Fit & Flare Cocktails to Tell Dress
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  • Chloe Oversized Cat-Eye Sunglasses
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    ChloeOversized Cat-Eye Sunglasses, CreamDetailsChloe sunglasses in a striking cat-eye shape.Cream acetate frames with golden detail and contrast ear pieces.Oversized gradient lenses.Thin arms with Chloe logo.100% UVA/UVB protection.Made in Italy.Designer About Chloe:In 1952, Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne and a bohemian spirit founded Chloe. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft, body-conscious fashion from fine fabrics and dubbed it "luxury pret-a-porter." From the beginning, Chloe has stayed in sync with the youthful, modern, and slightly audacious mood of Paris by hiring and developing new, young talents to design the collections.
  • Free People Bespoke Sunglass
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    Plastic framed cat eye shaped sunnies. By Free People. Plastic. Import.
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  • Stella McCartney Semi-Round Clear/Opaque Sunglasses - Pink
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    Stella McCartneySemi-Round Clear/Opaque SunglassesDetailsStella McCartney sunglasses feature transparent lower rims for a half-frame effect. Especially flattering for heart-shaped, diamond-shaped, and triangle-shaped faces.Opaque and transparent acetate frames in semi-round shape.Stella McCartney logo at temple.Gradient lenses.100% UV protection.Made in Italy.
  • Illesteva Mademoiselle Sunglasses
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    Illesteva matte black acetate Mademoiselle oversize round-frame sunglasses. Available in Black. Acetate. Grey UV lenses. Made in Italy. Soft case, hard case.
  • Free People Dressed to Kill Sunglass
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    Plastic framed retro cat eye shaped sunnies. By Free People. Plastic. Import.
  • Demi Dark Tortoise Shell Wayfarer Sunglasses
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    Gorgeous, retro inspired, half frame, tortoise shell wayfarer sunglasses with a tinted ombre brown lense. Free printed pouch. Total UV protection. Filter 3 Category.
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  • Prada Cat-Eye Sunglasses
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    Opt for Prada's beguiling cat-eye sunglasses to see you through the summer. Sweet blush pink adds a feminine touch that suits all skin tones. Brown gradient lenses. Lens filter category 2. 100% UV protection. Designer stamped arms. Come in a designer stamped case.
  • Free People Bespoke Sunglass
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    Plastic framed cat eye shaped sunnies. By Free People. Plastic. Import.
  • Free People Bowie Sunglass
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    Groovy round shaped sunglasses with a gold bridge and nose pads. Gold accented half frames. By Free People. Metal. Import.
  • Linda Farrow + Dries Van Noten Cat-Eye Acetate Sunglasses
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    These upbeat yellow sunglasses from Linda Farrow for Dries Van Noten feature a contrasting rounded brown lens that shades your eyes in sunny sleek style. Acetate. Made in Japan.
  • Free People Dressed to Kill Sunglass
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    Plastic framed retro cat eye shaped sunnies. By Free People. Plastic. Import.
  • Free People Convoy Sunglass
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    Softly shimmering sunglasses with retro-inspired frames. Features swirled tortoiseshell arms and UVA/UVB protection lenses. The perfect accessory for adding a bit of understated, elegant cool to your outfit. By RAEN Optics. Aluminum. Acetate. Import
  • Ray-Ban Rb4171 Erika Sunglasses
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    Whether you're jetting across the ocean or strolling city streets, Ray-Ban's mirrored 'Erika' shades are a must. Adding a pop of colour with their bright red velvet frame, the sunset-orange lenses will make any outing that little bit more laid-back. Orange mirrored lenses. Lens filter category 2. Come with a designer-stamped case.
  • Free People Maverick Aviator Sunglass
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    Aviator style sunglasses with a decorative brow bar. Lightweight frameless lenses. Nosepads. By Free People. Metal. Import.
  • Salvatore Ferragamo Gancino Horseshoe-Temple Sunglasses
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    Salvatore FerragamoGancino Horseshoe-Temple Sunglasses, Blonde HavanaDetailsSquared Salvatore Ferragamo sunglasses in two-tone tortoise/solid acetate.Golden Gancini horsebit temples with colored enamel.Ferragamo logo script on wide, tapered arms.Gradient lenses, not polarized or mirrored.100% UVA/UVB protection.Made in Italy.Designer About Ferragamo:A native of Naples, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo was a teenaged shoe apprentice before moving to California and becoming known as the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, where he officially launched his own collection. Today the Ferragamo line encompasses not only exquisitely made shoes for men and women, but also infinitely stylish handbags and fragrances. The company is still family owned and operated in Florence, where you'll also find the Ferragamo Museum, home to thousands of shoes (including the famous invisible sandal, cage shoe, and wedge heel).
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