The upcoming sunny and blooming spring days are the perfect time to buy new sunglasses.
One thing you should always keep in mind is that your sunglasses should protect you from the sun but also emphasize your best facial features.
For example, those with heart-shaped face should choose cat-eye and round frames, those with round face should choose wide and rectangular frames while those with oval face have balanced face features and every frame will suit them.
The perfect pair of sunglasses can make a bold fashion statement and make you standout from the crown where ever you go. As you all must know, the aviators have been a statement on the runways and among celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lopez, David and Victoria Beckham for years now.
From season to season there are a few classic shapes that never go out of style – Oversized frames, Aviators, Wayfarer and Rectangle frames. Luckily for all of us, all of those fabulous frames are available at one place, SmartBuyGlasses.
– Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses are as iconic as they come. From their beginnings as military hardware in the 1930s, they have become one of the most ubiquitous fashion accessories in the world, instantly recognizable and never out of place.
– Since Ray-Ban released the original pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses in 1956, there has been an exponential increase in popularity and prestige that has lead to its iconic status in popular culture. After signing a product placement deal in the 80’s, Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses have become omnipresent in movie and music productions over the last 30 years. The brand introduced a re-designed frame that is smaller and sleeker.
– Rectangle Sunglasses are always in trend. This shape is appealing because of its geometric frames and it suits great those with round face. Today these stylish frames come with versatile prints and colored glasses.
– Oversized Sunglasses are always a statement maker. The style became popular in the 1960-s, when First Lady Jackie Kennedy, a fashion symbol of her time, started wearing them to keep a low and discreet profile. Later came the style icon Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s wearing her oversized sunnies. Today these stylish babies are available in different sizes and frame thickness.