Fall head-over-heels for this season’s ultra-chic new eyeglass and sunglass styles
Fresh off the runway, these three exciting trends in women’s eyeglasses and sunglasses will have your peepers pleading for a makeover this fall.
These fabulously feminine frames were made to be noticed. Flashy gemstone detailing, sassy temple embellishments, outrageous profiles, and flashy accent colors ensure that these glasses are anything but ordinary. Although the trend is dominated by chunky acetate frames, a few slimmer, more streamlined silhouettes have joined the fad as well.
Wallflowers, beware, as these glasses are sure to turn some heads this season.
These exaggerated cat-eye frames with their striking cherry-red color and glitzy silver temple detail definitely fit the va-va-voom vibe of this 2013 trend.
This aerodynamic profile from Tom Ford puts a modern twist on the retro cat-eye shape, adding gold metallic criss-cross details on the bridge and temples that are sure to draw some double-takes.
With a stark profile that does anything but blend in, these thick acetate frames by Prada were designed to grab headlines. The red floral detail on the inside of the arms adds a touch of girlishness that any femme fatale would be proud to wear.
Vintage shapes combined with luxe leather detailing embody this trend’s fondness for unexpected opulence. Pink lenses give the illusion of a coquettish blush that will delight any diva.
Faux wood finishes and earth tones combine with retro shapes in one of this season’s hottest runway looks. Throw-back profiles, like the wayfarer and clubmaster, lend popularity to this trend with their mass appeal. Meanwhile dark browns, greens, and other organic hues complemented by rustic wood and leather finishes convey a sense of pastoral sophistication that is both relaxed and wearable.
Take a step back this fall and revel in this trend’s return to nature.
Ray-Ban puts a new twist on its classic clubmaster silhouette with the addition of a faux wood finish across brow of these frames. Orange accents add to the earthy look of these glasses, perfect for the fall season.
Tommy Hilfiger revitalizes classic Americana with this tomboyish take on his timeless rectangular shape. Polished-wood and metal-like finishes meld together seamlessly to create a look that is confident yet subdued.
Maui Jim brightens up the traditional wayfarer profile with these fun fall frames. The playful, tie-dyed orange tones and comfortable, lightweight acetate make these shades perfect for relaxing at the beach or at home.
Gucci epitomizes easygoing with this time-honored aviator shape. Gold metal frames enriched with bamboo-like detailing on the arms and bridge showcase the best of this season’s earthy trend.
New Hollywood Glamour
The grace and glamour of Jackie O and Audrey Hepburn get a contemporary kick of color and detailing with these trendy fall frames. Oversized round and square silhouettes along with modest cat-eyes are revamped into modern masterpieces through sumptuous temple decor. Likewise, the velvety-rich color palette of this trend embodies the sophisticated starlet.
This fall, reignite the romantic in you!
OGI updates this demure cat-eye shape with a blast of burgundy on top complemented by a beige geometrical pattern on the bottom and inside of the frame. Metallic rivets at the temples merge elegance with a touch of excitement – the essence of a leading lady.
The silhouettes leading this fall trend take an unusual turn in Lanvin’s fusion of the cat-eye and exaggerated oval shapes. The vibrant purple hues and glitzy silver temple adornments on these glasses instantly transform the wearer from ho-hum to Hollywood.
Kate Spade inspires coy confidence with these frames, featured in the aptly-named “pink watercolor” tone. These over-sized round shades fit perfectly with the image of the ever-evasive ingenue.
The honey-beige hue of these Tom Ford sunglasses aligns flawlessly with the refined color palette characteristic of this trend. What’s more, the perfectly round profile will have fall fashionistas channeling supermodels from the 1960s.