The Duchess of Cambridge loves her Ray-Ban sunglasses and you can now get a pair for £ 35 less than the usual retail price in the Amazon fashion sale
Summer is here! So you know what that means: it’s time to get your sunglasses out. Are you ready for the sun? If your sunglasses game needs some improvement, you might want to take inspiration from one of our favorite royal style icons – Kate Middleton.
But be sure to do it soon, because her favorite Ray-Ban sunglasses are currently 32% off in the. Amazon sale, so hurry up to get a good deal to protect your looks and look really stylish.
BUY THE FULL RAY-BAN SALE ON AMAZON
Ray-Ban New Wayfarers, was £ 112.90 now £ 76.91, Amazon
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The Duchess of Cambridge adores Ray-Ban tortoise shell Wayfarers and you can currently get her model for £ 35 less than the usual retail price. Kate has been seen rocking the iconic frames during several sunny royal engagements, including at Wimbledon, on royal tours and even on family polo days.
Kate Middleton loves her classic Ray-Bans and is seen there often
This is a classic frame that fits most face types and is endlessly versatile. It pairs just as easily with a summer wedding outfit as it does with a t-shirt and shorts on the beach. And these are sturdy, which means they’ll last for years and years – which is handy because they won’t go out of style.
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If the Wayfarer shape isn’t your thing then there are several other styles up for grabs on the sale, including equally classic aviators and round frames, up to 40% off – see below. And the good news is, if you order now, they’ll be there in time for the hot weather to come.
Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses were £ 142 now £ 85, Amazon
Ray-Ban Justin polarized sunglasses cost £ 137 now £ 102, Amazon
Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses, was £ 121.45 now £ 86, Amazon
Ray-Ban round sunglasses, was £ 121.45 now £ 79.99, Amazon
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