The Shades You Need This Summer
The new year is well and truly here and, with the winter equinox behind us, we’ve nearly made it through another winter. Sure, there may still be a little frost in the air, but as the days get longer and conversations of summer arise, there’s no harm in planning ahead.
Whether you’re surfing the web for flights or dreaming of long evenings sipping cocktails in the sun, prepping for the warmer months is a great way to push through the end of winter. For many of us, the best thing about summer is the wardrobe, and nothing says summer quite like sunglasses.
If you’re hoping to look your best this summer, we’ve got you covered.
In no particular order, here are 3 sunglasses styles to help you stay cool in the heat.
First up on our list is the iconic wayfarer. With slick plastic frames, metallic detailing and cool dark lenses, there’s no denying that these glasses are the go-to for fashionistas and retro-lovers alike.
From Tom Cruise to John Belushi, wayfarers made their name on the big screen. By the late 1980s, these glasses were everywhere, from the high street to the catwalk.
Next up are square framed sunglasses. These statement frames were certainly too-cool-for-school when they first hit the shelves, gaining popularity among artists and creatives throughout the 1960s. Having made their name within the countercultures of the decade, these stylish shades have made multiple comebacks.
Last but not least, no discussion of stylish eyewear would be complete without mentioning butterfly frames. These iconic oversized designs shot into the spotlight in the mid 2000s, taking inspiration from the larger-than-life cateyes of the 60s and 70s.
Originally released by Prada in 2008, the butterfly style rose to fame via the likes of Kate Moss, Paris Hilton and Rihanna!
Ed & Sarna Vintage Eyewear
On the hunt for the latest and greatest in vintage eyewear? We’re here to help! From wayfarers and clubmasters to aviators and more, our range of high-quality glasses is extensive!
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