As I mentioned in 14 Ways To Celebrate National Italian American Heritage Month, Italians wear sunglasses no matter what the season. At this time of year, the sun is at a low angle in the sky and can be blinding, especially when driving.
Keep your eye on the prize by wearing a stylish pair of shades.
Your #DolceVita action for this week: Wear Sunglasses
Express your inner la dolce vita while protecting your eyes from the sun’s damaging rays. Side effects include glamour, mystery, and an undeniable cool factor.
You can also use sunglasses to cover up tired eyes or when you don’t have time to put on mascara. I take glamorous walks in the park with sunglasses, lipstick and a pretty scarf. No one needs to know I just rolled out of bed. They make me feel like an Italian film star.
Show me your sunglasses by posting a photo on Facebook. Use hashtag #DolceVita so I’m sure to see it.
Image from Fellini’s La Dolce Vita featuring Anouk Aimée in a stunning pair of shades.
I think the sunglasses should be oversized. The sunglasses I have now are smaller and I don’t feel very glamorous in them. Time to buy another pair.
I love sun glasses. Looks good but also helps protect the eyes and the thin eyelid skin. Love the picture you posted.
Ive been keeping my eye out for a new pair of aviators for the new year. I usually always wear glasses and have 2 on the go but nothing wrong with adding a new pair to the mix lol. New year, new decade! Oh, and I’ve been having a good ole scroll through the site today and really impressed with all the new content over 2019. Happy Christmas and New year Donna. Kat (NZ)
Thanks, Kat. With the new ’20s coming, I’m thinking of getting a new pair of sunglasses in the 1920s style. Happy New Year!