This household is a matchy-matchy Ray-Ban family.

Unlike her parents, who saved their pennies to buy the latest sunnies at an airport duty-free, Millie can peer through super cool Ray-Ban Junior aviators before she even knows what money is.

Ray-Ban makes good looking glasses. But pop them on the face of a tiny tot and they look ten times better.

I’m sure Harper Beckham has a pair. Suri Cruise? Probably has a drawer full of them. Shiloh Jolie-Pitt? Uh-huh, no doubt. Flynn Bloom FOR SHIZZLE.

I can’t help but look at Millie in her mirrored lenses and think I’m following around the latest child star.

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My future’s so bright, I just gotta wear shades…

 

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Too cool for (play) school

 

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Hey, baby

Who knew children could have funky frames too and not be forced to wear the flimsy, plastic cheapies from the chemist?

This Ray-Ban Junior style is unisex, lightweight and has a lens category rating of 3 (high sunglare and UV protection).

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Ray-Ban Junior aviators are just like the adult sized version

They are still a teensy too big for Millie’s little face, but she is growing fast. Next summer I think they will be perfect.

I have a child who is happy to wear hats and luckily the same goes for sunnies. Once I put them on, that’s where they stay. Millie wore her new glasses for the first time on a return pram trip to our local shopping strip and back without a fuss (I think she forgot about them).

The sunglasses prevented her squinting and turning her head every time we emerged from the tree canopy and into the sunshine.

At $59.95, you won’t want a child who pulls them off and throws them to the ground, so they would be ideal for a cool cucumber little fashionista (or mister) or a child out of the temperamental toddler stage.

Ray-Ban Junior is available at OPSM

*MillieMummyMelbourne was sent a pair of Ray-Ban Junior aviators for the purposes of a review

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