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Colorful and Rockin’ Miu Miu Sunglasses

by Glenna Garcia on January 19, 2012

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When you say “Miu Miu”, what images come to mind? I’m thinking, girly, fun, distinct, individual, colorful and rockin’ Miu Miu sunglasses! Am I right, or what? The Italian design has come to be well known amongst those with a flair for the moment. Women who like to make a statement will be seen in Miu Miu sooner or later.

Colorful and Rockin’ Miu Miu Sunglasses

I really love the detailing in the pair at the top. The etchings that go all the way around the lens certainly catch your eye and add a sparkle to the glasses. Known as police glasses, they make for an interesting deviation from an aviator design.  And yes, Miu Miu certainly knows their way around color! From last years Film Noir inspired sunglasses to the more accessible designs seen here, what’s important is that the sunglasses celebrate femininity while remaining comfortable and functional.

If you also love these colorful and rockin’ Miu Miu Sunglasses, let us know in the comments below or post it to our Facebook page.  We’d love to hear what you think and if you have a picture of yourself in any Miu Miu sunglasses, put it up on our Facebook page and show off!

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Miu Miu’s 2012 Collection

by Zach Kay on November 1, 2011

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There are just too many beautiful shades to choose just one. Miu Miu’s 2012 eyewear collection is a cross between stylishly classy and glossily modern. The colors and mixtures that they’ve chosen complement each other splendidly with unique variations like mauve frames rimmed in clear and purple gradient lenses (SMU03M EBIK F04V1), or tortoiseshell that fades to fern-green frames (SMU15L ESBZ F04M1). Any design choice from this collection promises to be clear, crisp and as close to perfection as they come.

Take the SMU10N E7SO F00A0 (above) for instance (what a mouthful!). The “‘noir’ [sunglasses are] sophisticated forties-style medium tortoiseshell frames with antiqued metal temples, royal blue lenses and engraved lettering logo,” according to miumiu.com.

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