Chinny, The Shady Lady
Fur-Framed Shades (Photo: Akeem McLean)

Putting together a cool, stylish outfit can be pretty time-consuming. But what if there was one thing that could immediately make you look and feel chic, all dressed up, and like you've got your act together? Well, the good news is, there is, in the form of sunglasses!

Now, if you're wondering what's projecting in the sunglasses trendsphere, dance choreographer and fashion influencer Trishana Salmon, who goes by the moniker Chinny Unique, recently dropped a haute collection of retro sunglasses for the upcoming holiday season, dubbed She's Unique Eyewear. Although we are moving away from a sun-filled summer, there is no doubt your sunglasses will stay on this fall season. Plus, a return to creative self-expression and dressing up is another reason for this year's bold and vibrant sunglasses trends.

Salmon's collection features classic black frames, fur outlines, earthy hues, printed colour-block and leopard prints. Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) rounded up a few statement silhouettes that will get you noticed this holiday season!

To order:

Visit website: chinnyunique.com or

WhatsApp: 876-352-4250

CREDITS

Photographer: Akeem McLean

Make-up: Slayed by Ree

Leopard Print Retro Frames (Photo: Akeem McLean)
Dance choreographer and fashion influencer Chinny Unique (Photo: Akeem McLean)
Colour-Block Printed Frames (Photo: Akeem McLean)
Earth-Tone Ombré Shades (Photo: Akeem McLean)
Fur-Framed Shades in Pink (Photo: Akeem McLean)
Nude Retro Frames (Photo: Akeem McLean)

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