We are constantly watching our favorite celebrities for fashion cues throughout the seasons, and the one accessory that is a constant year after year is a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses or eyeglasses. Ever since Tom Cruise brought them to the big screen in the Eighties, they’ve been a staple in the wardrobes of stylish people all over the world. We’ve spotted tons of Hollywood’s most fashionable stars sporting the popular frames in the last couple of weeks, including Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, wearing styles you can get directly from Vizio Optic!
To tone down her busy outfit, Katy Perry chose the classic Wayfarers as well. When you’re going overboard with trends – mixing color block, floral, and zig zag patterns together – your best bet to avoid a visual overload is to go with simple accessories.
Actress Rachel Bilson opted for another icon in the brand’s lineup – Ray Ban Large Metal Aviator RB3025 sunglasses – in an outfit-matching gunmetal with protective lenses. Not only is she staying extra safe from the sun thanks to her polarized lenses, but the aviators keep her looking trendy and effortlessly cool in the crisp fall weather.
Ray Ban Clubmaster RB3016 sunglasses worn by Sophia Bush are vintage inspired, with a mix of materials that create a totally trendy look. The brow line features an acetate rim, while the bottom half of the brown lenses are surrounded by metal. The Clubmaster is offered in plenty of different colors, and Bush wears a beautiful honey-colored style perfect for fall.
Last, but not least, the ever-stylish Alexa Chung looks geek chic with a frame from the Ray Ban optical collection. The tortoise-colored frame is the eyeglass version of the famous Wayfarer, allowing you to take your favorite style indoors with prescription lenses. Ray Ban eyeglasses are not available on VizioOptic.com, but we do have access to the entire optical collection and can assist you with your purchase via phone or email. If you are interested in purchasing a pair of Ray Ban glasses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-411-9428.