This Influencer’s Guide to Building the Ultimate Eyewear Wardrobe
Becoming a social media influencer is one thing; gaining a following that rivals A-Listers is a different game entirely. Mega-influencer Natalia Barulich has amassed 3.8M on Instagram alone, making a name for herself as a statement-style-making star who is not afraid to own her look. So when she partnered with bebe as ambassador and creative director of a capsule collection, it made sense that every detail—down to things like animal prints and floral-pattern frames—were quintessentially hers.
“I have always been a huge fan of the bebe brand, so once I saw the eyewear, it was an instant fit,” she says. “My personal style is confident and feminine and that’s what I love about bebe eyewear. The collection doesn’t shy away from feminine shapes and bold prints, they embrace them.”
She’s a big believer in thinking of your frames as part of your overall look. “I styled the eyewear with some of my favorite prints and patterns from the bebe dress collection,” she says. “I wanted to showcase how each of the eyewear pieces could complement any look whether it be bright, bold, or classic all-black. The uplifting shapes have been my go-to, they elevate and add a touch of glamour to any look.”
Here, a peek at four of her favorite styles and what she pairs them with for a totally signature look.
Created from crystal handmade acetate, this blue floral pair features a flattering rectangular shape. Balancing minimalism with a bold statement, Natalia pairs it with a classic LBD for maximum eyewear impact. Top with a leather jacket for that casual-cool vibe.
Layering floral on floral, style BB5163 is a mashup of enamel-filled flower designs and triple laminated floral-print temples, with a smattering of crystal stones. Ethereal and effortless, this pair wears well with a soft pink palette and lots of lightweight fabrics.
Animal prints are the new neutral. Natalia doubles down on leopard for extra fierceness; a muted red lip makes this style pop even more.
Neutral depth is 2021’s answer to monochrome, particularly when done in a variety of textures. Layers of jet black, ivory, and taupe go perfectly with sheer pastels for a high-contrast ‘fit.
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