Celebrity Inspired Styling with Skye & Lach

Our range of oversized sunglasses are designed to take you from day to night, beach to bar, casual to cocktail, weekday hustle to weekend relaxation. Talk about versatility! To demonstrate our point we have collated three of our fave celebrity inspired looks – from Australia and abroad – each featuring a pair of our luxe Skye & Lach shades.

It wouldn’t be a celebrity look book without tabloid staple Kim Kardashian. In fact, all three of the Kardashain sisters have rocked this look at one time or another. It’s perfect for any body type, casual yet glam and our Skye & Lach ENVY shades take it to the next level. Talk about boss babe!!

Classic Kardashian by Skye & Lach



Raise your hand if you have a friend in Europe right now? Or 10? Yup, us too! We had to include these gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana dresses because they   make us feel like we’re strolling the streets of Italy eating Gelato and enjoying an amazing coastal view. This look has been spotted on countless celebs – including our home grown favourites Zoe Foster-Blake and Clementine McVeigh. It’s a classic with wow factor – which is why we’ve paired it with our Skye & Lach Valentine cat-eye sunglasses.



Amalfi Coast Valentine Skye & Lach


Reality check – we aren’t on a summer holiday – and in typical Melbournian fashion we are freezing our butts off! We loved this super simple look worn by Gigi. Grey coat and jeans spiced up with a bright jumper and mirrored green glasses. This is such an easy outfit to recreate, and you can top it off with our MINX Malibu Green oversized aviators.


A Gigi Winter Skye & Lach


We love seeing our customers wearing Skye & Lach shades! We get serious style inspiration from you too – so share your shade shots with us at @skyeandlach_eyewear or by tagging #skyeandlach. Who knows, you might be the muse for our next Polyvore creation!

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