This may sound crazy, but hear me out: if ever there was a time to try nude sunglasses, that time is now (i.e., fall and winter.) I know it seems contrary to what most would consider to be a summer trend, but nude sunglasses were meant for glossed blush, vibrant red, creamy nude rose (love this one and it’s hard to find!), matte blood red, and deep berry-kissed lips (ahem … fall-through-winter.)
How to Wear Nude Sunglasses in Fall + Winter:
I’ve long wanted to try a pair of nude sunglasses for myself, but with pasty pale skin, I figured it just wasn’t a trend I could get on board with. But then a lightbulb just sort of went on in my head: lipstick. As if lipstick wasn’t already my savior, I realized that although nude sunglasses may not provide much pop, topped off with a set of stained lips in a great fall/winter hue, nude sunglasses are totally do-able. Yep, you heard me right: The secret to wearing nude sunglasses in every season (regardless of your skin tone), is a swipe of lipstick.
So tell me, would you try a pair of nude (or beige) sunglasses for fall and winter?
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