IS the 'tiny sunglasses' trend something you'd follow?
Chokers, chunky heels and now tiny sunglasses - fashion's IT girls are trying to bring the '90s back in a big way. But would you wear the tinies?
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Bella Hadid seen sporting the shades at public dos
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Ginni Negi, 30 HR professional
"I am very sure they will not suit the shape of my face. I don't prefer tiny sunglasses nor do I like oversized ones. I actually find them funny. For me, the size and fit have to be just right."
Shreya Goenka, 29 brand and product consultant
"They don't serve a purpose, so why wear them? For me, sunglasses are first, a functional thing, and then comes their glam quotient. If the design does not protect the eyes, I will not wear them on a regular basis. The tiny ones do look cool, but so do regular ones.
Pratiksha Phale, 21 student
"I willâÂÂÂÂfirst see if they suit my face, and if they do, I will go for them. I think the '90s shades look cool. I don't mind experimenting, although usually, I don't go with very edgy frames."
Sakshi Shetty, 22 event manager
"I have seen a lot of bloggers wear these. But I wouldn't as I don't experiment much and prefer classics such as aviators. [The tinies] look cool, but Bella Hadid can pull off anything. Also, the slim frames don't protect your eyes."
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