Eyewear trend: Tinted sunnies

Fashion  /   /  By Jay R. Rempis

Tinted lenses are making a huge comeback, giving a major #throwback to the ‘90s. Back in the day, everyone from Mariah Carey to Gwen Stefani copped statement specs in all possible shades and shapes.

And with today’s resurgence of ‘90s and retro fashion, see the world through a filter in these trendy eyewear pieces. If you’ve been thinking where to start, here are five styles and shapes to try now:

1. Oversized Cat Eye

Feel the retro vibe with the cat eye sunnies that go perfect for any facial shape. The classic shape in a juicy hue is anything but basic, that is why this fashion staple is enough to give you that major diva moment whether in the beach or city.

2. Aviators

Get your hands on this iconic piece! Aviators are once again huge in the fashion scene and now come in many different variations. For this season, opt for soft tones like sweet salmon or a punchy sunset shade like this one.

3. Rimless Glasses

Sometimes, less is more. Whether round, square, or oval—with a brow bar to add a little drama—this frameless style gives a minimalist yet captivating look.

4. Round Frames

Round frames remain big this time around. This classic adds a playful touch to any ensemble, and a juicy hue makes any pair even better.

5. Flat Top Navigator

Step up your game with a pair of this effortlessly stylish pair to achieve that ultimate retro look. If you’re not ready to go all-out on color, Sunnies’ Dom is the perfect piece to sport.

 

All items are available at Sunnies counters and stores nationwide and online at https://www.sunniesstudios.com/ph/

Photos courtesy of Sunnies. Banner image was originally seen in Asian Dragon Magazine’s April-May 2016 issue.

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