Every Time I Scroll on Instagram, These It Sunglasses Are Staring Back at Me

It's rare that a single accessory can remain a trending piece for many months but if any brand can do it, it's of course Celine. Once again Celine has given us an accessory that has been trending for months. It might only be February, but 2022 has already yielded its first trending accessory, and of course, it comes courtesy of Celine. The style in question is very classic in lots of ways, featuring an oval shape and hard-wearing acetate finish. You wouldn't necessarily notice it in a crowd in the same way you would a logo-laden handbag, but that's what we love about it. And while these sunglasses have been bestowed It status this season, you know that you'll bring them out year after year.

Celine oval sunglasses


Claire Guillon

Available in black, white and tortoiseshell, they've caught the attention of fashion types, who are wearing them with everything from casual sweaters and tailored coats to statement-making clashing prints. If that isn't evidence of versatility, then we don't know what is. Plus, while they can't exactly be described as affordable, if you have always wanted to get a slice of the Celine action, then sunglasses are a great way to do this. This is one investment you won't regret making this year. 

Shop Celine oval sunglasses:

There's an 80s feel to the white style that I am definitely into. 

For a classic wear-forever investment opt for the black acetate frames. 

Tortoiseshell remains a trend-defying finish to ensure your pieces stay stylish year after year. 

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This retro style has caught the eye of style icons like Bella Hadid and Sara Crampton. 

If you're looking for Y2K style then Linda Farrow's purple glittered sunglasses are a must. 

Made from recycled post-industrial waste these neon wonders do good and look great. 

These accentuated oval sunglasses really pack a punch. Style with a full tonal look for maximum impact. 

Weekday shows, once again, that it makes impeccable minimalist pieces. 

To truly emulate the early naughties style opt for fun colours.