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spring break + cool girl sunglasses

On Friday I leave for my "Spring Break" trip to Florida with my college friend group! I put spring break in quotations marks because it's just a long weekend, but considering this is the real world, and the real world doesn't have week long spring breaks, this is as good as it's gonna get!

For the next week, I'll be posting about all my favorite spring break topics: swimsuits, beauty must-haves, coverups, faux tan tips, just to name a few. I'm very excited for next weekend, and writing these posts have actually helped me figure out what to pack for the trip!

So, first up: spring break sunglasses. Let's jump into it.

It's about time that I venture out from the typical Ray Ban aviator look. I'm pretty sure that any time I recommend sunglasses, it's the classic Ray Ban green and gold aviator, or a flash lens version. I truly believe they're the greatest sunglasses of all time, and are universally flattering, however, #newyearnewme, and I'm trying to be a little trendier and a little more adventurous in my personal style.

I love sunglasses, and actually have a small collection growing in my bedroom. However, they're just variations of the same Ray Ban sunglasses, and I'd really like to venture out into edgier waters.

Real talk: if you're looking for cheap but outrageous and trendy sunglasses, go to Bp. at Nordstrom, Free People, or Urban Outfitters. Not all of us are willing to shell out cash for a new pair of sunglasses, and they actually have a great options for spring break. Free People honestly probably has the best selection, which is so random to me considering their clothes are so absurdly overpriced. 

Personally, I have my eye on a pair of heart-shaped sunglasses from Urban Outfitters. How fun??

I'm really loving the 70's-inspired almost translucent colored sunglasses. Think Stephen Hyde from That 70's Show. If I'm not going for the reflective look, I'm definitely going for the barely there look. 

If you're looking for a thicker frame, I definitely recommend the Quay Cat Eye sunglasses. I have a bunch of friends with these sunglasses, and they're so friggin' cool that they're currently sitting in my shopping cart on Nordstrom. Definitely a statement piece, so those faint-of-heart fashionistas should probably try them on in-store before buying.

Tomorrow I'm running around on my day off to find a cute pair of cheap sunglasses. Fingers crossed I'll find some!
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