7 TYPES OF SUNGLASSES YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THIS SUMMER!!


Sunglasses are a fun way to experiment and play with your accessories and make your outfit look more put together! But do you know there are so many types of sunglasses for you to choose from, so let’s have a look at these and you can choose which ones you like the best:

7 TYPES OF SUNGLASSES YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THIS SUMMER!

1. Cat-eye

Cat-eye frames feature dramatic style on the top of the lens and lighter embellishments on the bottom. The statement-making detail that distinguishes this design is the upswept browline that tapers upwards at the temples. The breadth of the top of the frame is frequently wider than the width of the bottom of the frame.

 

2. Aviators

 

They are eyeglasses frames that are rigid, lightweight, designed to fit close to the face, and provide a large area to look through. They were first made popular in the early days of flight because aviation was seen as glamorous and daring. Everything to do with aviation was seen as desirable.

 

3. Wayfarer

The form of wayfarer frames is usually a horizontal rectangle. Because the full-frame fits the breadth of the face, they are ideal for oval faces. The larger and square design contrasts nicely with the circular face size for round faces.

 

4. Round

In the 1960s and 1970s, round or round sunglasses (sometimes known as “teashades”) were a popular option among celebrities. If you like being in the spotlight, round frames might be for you, especially if you have angular features like a square jawline (think Harry Potter).

 

5. Oval

These are a funkier take on round sunglasses, usually elongated a little more on sides than the round ones.

 

6. Vintage/Retro

 

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Retro glasses, often known as vintage-inspired style glasses, are spectacles that have been created for more than ten years. The term “vintage glasses” refers to modern designs that are inspired by vintage eyeglasses.

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8. Oversized Sunglasses

 

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You may protect yourself from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet (UV) radiation by wearing bigger, oversized sunglasses. They conceal more of your face than regular sunglasses do. Another advantage of big sunglasses is that they might make your nose appear smaller.

 

“Throw a little shade wherever you go!”

Blog by: Priya Grover

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