What’s in it for Eyewear 2018

Looking for a way to effortlessly update your look? Invest in a new pair of sunglasses… 

We all know that there’s no other wardrobe staple that can elevate your look like a new pair of glasses. If you can’t wait for the upcoming Fashion Weeks to finally see the reveal for eyewear trends that will define 2018.

Get prepped with these catwalk-inspired looks!

PASTEL COLOURS 

Pastels are dream-like, romantic and soft, evoking a sense of calmness and serenity. Wear pastel pink, peach, soft lilac and pale yellow with different shapes of eyewear. You probably think of pastels in summer and spring, but you can actually wear them in winter too! These colours will brighten up the cold season and they look particularly pretty against the white snow and the grey background of the winter season.

THIN AND SMALL FRAMES

Craft a look that marries edginess with maximum comfort thanks to the light and thin frames. If you thought thin frames were just for your office wear, be prepared to think twice – they can easily be matched with a fancy outfit at night to give you a sophisticated and chic look.

TORTOISE SHELL GLASSES

Tortoise glasses mirror the autumn season better than any other accessory, but they can be easily worn in summer as well thanks to the many colour palettes of this stylish pattern. 2018 will add metallic bridge pieces and new light speckled shades. Check here to find our best tortoise shell glasses for the new season!

PREMIUM ACETATE

When it comes to high-quality and great materials for frames that last, nothing can beat acetate. Opt for premium acetate spectacles and you won’t go unnoticed. It will donate with transparent and unique colour patterns. For added interest, acetate glasses for 2018 are renewed with gold temple details.

CLASSIC AVIATORS WITH A TWIST

There’s no way around. Aviators are a classic and have stood the test of time, always in style and popular with all fashion trends. 2018 will bring in more square and longitudinal shapes giving you a special twist to knock them out. We suggest slim frames for the summer and thicker and bolder sunglasses for autumn and winter.

 

By | 2018-04-02T16:42:28+00:00 April 2nd, 2018|Uncategorized|