Summer is almost here, which means the return of sunshine and one of our favourite warm-weather accessories: sunglasses! Mirrored, round, cat-eye or sculpture-like. Designers are truly having fun with eyewear. Most on-trend styles feature large frames in plastic but there is one style that requires metal frames – aviators. Let’s focus on the best sunglasses styles for summer 2015.
If you do not have aviator sunglasses in your closet, you might be missing the mark. That aviator style glasses are always en vogue for both sexes but this time they are even hotter thanks to Jennifer Lopez. The gold-plated Gucci aviators she wore on the yacht during ‘I Luh Ya Papi’ video are a lustworthy eye candy. Aviator lenses promise to keep you looking celeb-chic so do not buy these unless you can handle copious amounts of awesome! Experiment with different sizes of the lenses as well as the colours to get the desired pop diva look.
The classic John Lennon-inspired sunglasses get a modern reinterpretation for the season. They original styles evoke elegance, but the new round eyeglasses are seen in many stores now in fun colours and artsy embellishments. Round glasses take a fresh, modern approach to a cool vintage look but they are also a great accessory to complement the effortless boho/hippie look. Worn by our favourite celebs in the streets and seen on the runway of Erdem, Betsey Johnson and Marc Jacobs.
Reflective glasses are becoming a big Summer trend. They are uber cool and look great as a stylish addition to every casual warm weather look. Did you know that mirror lenses were originally used on sports sunglasses thanks to their extremely efficient protection against sun glare? Today they are more like a fashion must-have. Check out Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and more rockin’ these fun shades!
|New Ray Ban RB3025 112/19 Aviator Matte Gold/Crystal Green Mirror 55mm Sunglasses|
Cat eye sunglasses
Fancy joining the ranks of iconic Hollywood legends like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe? Go for the ultrafeminine cat-eye design! The upsweep at the outer edges creates a flattering look and this key feature makes it one of the most popular styles available. Cat eye glasses derive from ’50s. However, the feline shades have been bringing back vintage style for the few good seasons when Miuccia Prada put on her model’s noses killer pairs of cat eye sunglasses during her show in 2010.