The must-have summer shades

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For your holiday inspiration, we’ve picked six on-trend styles you need to wear now. These are the most hyped sunglasses of the season. The size and shape of frames has evolved dramatically. Screen Shot 2016-10-14 at 2.20.44 PM   Whether you prefer yours classic or oversized, there are plenty to choose from. Stock up on summer's staple accessory even if you're on a budget. Embellished Style This is an absolute for the woman who loves bling. When it comes to bling, more is more.

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R69,99, Mr Price

Transparent Frames

If you would like to stay with the minimalist look with a classic feel this is pair for you. Clear frames have a unique character that makes them both neutral and unusual. It is a traditional frame choice with a contemporary feel of minimalism.

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R1 299, Magents

Cat Eye

This design is flattering no matter your face shape. So, for a little sunglass update, why not get your cat-eye flick on because the trend is huge this Summer.

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R3 490, Dolce & Gabbana @ Luxottica

Circular Frames

Don’t over think this shape. Circular sunglasses are a fresh and modern approach to a very cool and classic style. They are undoubtedly chic and easy to wear, Beyonce has been spotted rocking this style often.

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R3 078, G Star Raw

Mirrored style

For an edgy girl who likes something eclectic, this is great stylish pair for you.

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  • R2 890, Ray Ban @ Sunglass Hut
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