Trend to Try: Mirrored Sunglasses

(Courtesy: PacificCoastNews.com)They say the eyes are mirrors into a person's soul. Perhaps that's why reflective eyewear—typically a cool-kid staple—is becoming a boho basic, just in time for festival season.

Alessandra+AmbrosioModel Alessandra Ambrosio attends the FIJI Water At Lacoste L!VE Coachella Desert Pool Party on April 13, 2013 in Palm Springs, California. (Getty Images)more pics »The poster girl for this trend is Alessandra Ambrosio. The model, who recently translated her free-spirited style into a clothing collection for Planet Blue, has been spotted several times in mirrored shades of all different colors. In fact, the accessory was a travel essential during her Coachella adventures last year. 

AnnaSophia+RobbActress AnnaSophia Robb attends the FIJI Water At Lacoste L!VE Coachella Desert Pool Party on April 13, 2013 in Palm Springs, California. (Getty Images)more pics »AnnaSophia Robb accompanied Ambrosio to the event and even, ahem, mirrored her style, although she took a more direct flower-child approach.
(Source: VonZipper; Made Eyewear; Ray-Ban)
While both stars matched their sunglasses accordingly to their outfits, the frames can also add statement to an otherwise ordinary ensemble. Dare to try the flashy trend in some of these more subtle styles that can accompany all attire:

VonZipper Lomax Mindglo in Lime/Quasar Glo Sunglasses, $110, at us.shop.vonzipper.com; Made Eyewear Skylar Crystal Sunglasses, $84, at madeeyewear.com; Ray-Ban Aviator Flash Lenses in Green, $160, at glasses.com
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