Fashion Trends in Sunglasses Today
With all the styles available today, everyone can afford more than one pair of sunglasses, especially if they are designer inspired ones. So, now any fashion conscious person can easily compliment any wardrobe. This year’s favorites include 70’s retro style thick frames, Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Ray-Ban Aviators, Large gradient lens, tortoise shell frames and the John Lennon inspired small round sunglasses.
The Aviators were popular in the 40’s and today are available frameless as well as with frames. And, the Wayfarers date back to the early fifties. Although the Aviators have changed little, the Wayfarers have undergone a complete makeover being offered in bright colors with two-toned frames. The John Lennon glasses, in particular, are in great demand. Tortoise shell frames are the rage today as they can compliment any outfit or color. The gradient lens are not only fashionable but are great for driving. They offer maximum protection in the top 2/3 of the lens since they are darker there and are not as dark on the bottom, which enables you to read your dashboard instruments while driving much easier.
The attraction of designer inspired sunglasses can be attributed to their low cost and good quality. Available at a fraction of the original design, these glasses offer almost all of the features of the originals. Their manufacture is very similar, their quality is very good, and they offer the highest protection against the UV rays. Designer inspired sunglasses offer a VFM (value for money) that is very tempting. That is why it is so difficult to keep them on the shelf.
So don’t worry, you’ll most definitely look great no matter which pair you choose. In fact, pick up several pairs of sunglasses inspired by your favorite designer brand and join the in-crowd. Your eyes and your pocketbook will thank you for it.
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