Havaianas Just Launched A Sunglasses Collection & It's The Perfect Match For Your Flip Flops
Havaianas flip flops are an essential part of my summer uniform. They always have such cute styles and once you break 'em in, they are super comfy. Havaianas is further cementing its position as one of the most summer-friendly brands with the first-ever Havaianas sunglasses collection. OMG, you guys! It's about time Havs sunnies became a thing.
Here's the intel regarding the Havaianas shades situation.
They are moderately priced — they fall in the same price bracket as Quays— are 24 cute and trendy pairs of shades in this collection, with four silhouettes that come in a variety of colors. They are named after Brazilian beaches: Rio, Noronha, Paraty, and Trancoso. There is also a pair named Brazil, which is inspired by the country's flag and comes in two color options.
There are plenty of choices to suit your personal style. If your sunglasses wardrobe is in desperate need of a refresh, especially since the days are longer and brighter and your eyes and the delicate skin surrounding them require extra protection, then you need to grab your credit card and pick up a pair or six.
The Havaianas sunnies start at $68 and go as high as $88 for the Brazils. The frames will be available both online and in stores and the lenses have UVA/UVB protection. That means that they are both safe and stylish.
The Rios are super modern and fashion-forward, thanks to the chunky take on the classic Aviator silhouette. I am in lurve with this frame.
The Noronha is a slightly cat-eye shape and is probably my favorite. Wait, I take that back. I dig Rio and Noronha equally.
The Trancoso frame is round and comes in an array of bright, summery, and super fun colors. Can't you see yourself wearing these while hanging out on your friend's boat on a lazy summer day? Go ahead, indulge the fantasy!
The Paratys are pretty much a party in sunglass form. The wayfarer shape is so beach-ready.
Brazil is slightly pricier and so cool.
Now that Havaianas has launched a sunglasses collection, I am all like, "What took you so long?" Better late than never or not at all, though!