Hottest Sunglasses Trends of the Moment
Posted by Nadia Winget on November 25th, 2021
You may be thinking, \"sunglasses are just sunglasses.\", but I\'m here to tell you that this is not the case. Sunglasses in Sri Lanka are an accessory with so many purposes. They protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, they can make a statement about your style or personality, and they\'re often even considered a fashion trend. Staying up to date with trends in sunglass styles is important because it will allow you to find the perfect pair for any occasion.
Some of the latest trends in women’s and men’s sunglasses online in Sri Lanka, include reflective frames, aviators with a thick frame and gradient lenses.
People who like to explore fashion trends may enjoy wearing reflective sunglasses that come in an array of colours such as rose gold or silver. If you\'re not into this type of bold colour then try out the classic metallic tones such as gunmetal grey. The reflective coating on these types of glasses makes them perfect for summer days at the beach because they protect your eyes from harmful UV rays while creating a stunning look.
Sunglasses are one accessory people rarely change up but we should all be staying current with new styles if we want to make sure we always buy something worth our money and time. Some other upcoming sunglass trends include pairs that have thicker than average frames which give off an aura of classical Hollywood style.
Another hot trend are sunglasses that have frames made out of plastic or rubber instead of traditional metal which makes them more comfortable to wear for longer periods. The last big thing in sunglass trends is the clear lens glasses. These have been especially popular among millennials and they look amazing paired with a bold lip colour. Sunglasses appear on just about every fashion magazine cover this summer so you will definitely want to try one (if not all) these new styles before the next season favourites start arriving at stores.
Sunglasses are important because there\'s nothing worse than squinting under bright sun light while trying to buy groceries, run errands, go hiking or even drive somewhere.
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