For the spring 2018 sunglasses trends, you better go big or go home. We saw all kinds of different sunglass shades and shapes last spring and we should definitely brace ourselves for a variety of trends this spring. The mixture of showers and sunshine makes spring an ideal season for bringing out the fashionista in you. Here is a list of sunglasses to match your fashion needs this spring.
ROUND BLACK SUNGLASSES
Round Black Sunglasses are a timeless style that’s so sleek that you’ll find it on rock stars, runway models and Instagram queens alike. Choose a classic acetate frame for a casual look, or go for a metal frame you prefer an edgier touch. With this choice, you are sure not to go wrong with your fashion this spring.
Wireframes are a delicate choice for sunglasses, and a classic choice for corrective eyewear. They can be timeless in some designs, and in others they can be quite unique and sophisticated. The spring 2018 eyewear trends give us lots of options for the metallic material.
They also come with the added value of that unmistakable vintage vibe. This is a must-have item for anyone who is serious about their retro wardrobe.
These have become a favorite to many sunglass lovers. Besides their privacy effects, they also go a long way in adding glam and color to your outfit. Grab a pair of tinted lenses this spring and satisfy your fashion needs.
We all know by now that the cay-eye is here to stay. Like the transparent sunnies, the cat-eye blends well with both your formal and informal fashion needs. Whether out on a basketball game or headed to a business meeting, this pair will make you turn heads and put you on the lead of fashion.
Whether prescribed or strictly for your fashion needs, these photochromic sunglasses give a formal yet stylish presentation of yourself. You can grab these when going to grab a cup of coffee or going for an interview at Microsoft.
As Spring draws close, so must you prepare for it with urgency. Identify the sunglasses you’ll want to satisfy your fashion needs. It’s 2018 guys! There’s nothing wrong with making a different choice than you did last year.