Versace’s super-sexy Baroque-print sunglasses

The world known fashion house of Versace is synonymous with style. Their ‘in-your-face-sexy’ designs boast of a long list ardent followers including innumerable celebrities. Right off the runways in Milan, comes Versace’s Fall/Winter 2010-2011 shades. These oh-so-sexy pieces are inspired by Alice in Wonderland as well as Maison.

They feature the fashion house’s timeless and enigmatic insignia, the Medusa- head on the sides. A fresh change from the monotonous drugstore prints, these acetate-framed sunglasses will surely go with most ensembles, including contrasting patterns.

Those interested can pick these gorgeous glares in five hot hues tagged as: Black and white, Flash of violet, Outright violet, Tortoise shell baroque and Touch of contemporary. Accessories like sunglasses are an excellent way of jazzing up a dull and boring outfit.
We all aspire to own designer pieces of clothing and accessories. If it is Versace then it definitely comes on top of the list. But wishful thinking aside, these designer products never come cheap and hence remain out of our reach. But these sunglasses won’t be too heavy on the pocket, priced at just $190. These stylish Baroque-Print sunglasses have hit the Versace boutiques already and will become available in other stores by May.

Via: Rosenthal

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