The trick to pulling off all-black-everything is in the detail. Layering different textures and materials will keep the look stylish and put together, rather than gothic. The 3D spike effect on the arms of these pilot-style sunglasses suggests just a hint of punk… and a whole lot of style.Specsavers Sun RX 162
There is a beauty in simplicity; and black-and-white, or monochrome, is one of the most elegant ways to jazz up your black. We’re not talking stripes here – the way to master monochrome is black with a flash of white, like the mottled effect on the arms of these cool metallic specs.
Rules are made to be broken, especially criminally-outdated ones like not wearing black and brown together. A confident splash of brown with your black can give your smart accessories a whole new edge. These black angular glasses have flecks of brown peeking through the inner rims and outer brow line.Hackett Carnaby
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