Go sexy with sunglasses this summer Here are the latest trends in eyewear for this sizzling season. They're both a necessity and a style statement you need sunglasses to up your glam quotient and protect your eyes from the fierce summer sun. So here are the 'it' shades for 2012, as dictated by fashion gurus from across the globe.Make sure you pick up a pair that fits the bill.And in case you're not too clued in on how to select the ideal sunglasses, we've cheap ray ban sunglasses uk provided a guide on how to do just that on the last page of this feature!These glares never seem to go out of style, mainly because celebrities continue to use large pairs to shield their faces from the paparazzi and avoid being recognised.And what the stars have, everyone else wants! In addition to being 'in', oversized sunglasses also afford your face a lot more cover cheap ray bans uk than regular ones. And finally, we have these iconic sunglasses, pioneered by ray ban in 1936 and catching on during world war ii. Today, they're arguably the most popular type in the world and several elite fashion houses have jumped on the bandwagon to cash in on their popularity. Of course, the originals are by ray ban and nothing beats the real thing, but then not everyone can afford luxury eyewear. So you can purchase aviators, or any other glares that take your fancy from a less expensive brand but no matter the price, you need to pay attention to the following criteria: No matter what the prevailing trend, make sure you buy what suits you.Glasses should always complement the shape of your face and while there are no hard and fast rules, it so happens that rectangular frames usually suit round faces, round or oval frames usually suit angular faces and oblong faces are balanced out by wide frames.Your sunglasses shouldn't extend outward more than a couple of centimetres from your temples, nor should they rest on your cheeks.And the frame should just cover or start slightly below your eyebrows.Don't try to penny pinch by buying glares off the street they don't offer any real protection.The lenses are usually faulty and can actually damage your eyes.Invest in a pair that blocks off uv light completely, as far as possible.The label should read uv 400 or 100 percent uv protection.They should also possess anti glare and light blocking properties and it may surprise you how reasonably a legitimate pair that meets all these requirements is priced.Opt for a scratch resistant pair plastic lenses scratch more easily than glass, but they can be coated with a thin coating to improve their resistance.Sunglass lenses that wrap around to your temples(Like the sporty type)Keep out more light and uv radiation than typical lenses.While everyone's preferences about the material of the frame differ, keep in mind that your sunglasses should be light and comfortable, as far as possible.Compare weights and find out which pair is best before you make your final choice.