Originally created as protection against the sun have over the years evolved into a fashion statement. Whether you’re a man or woman, child or adult, there’s a pair of sunglasses out there for you. Sunglasses are now more of a trend, adding to one’s personality. They give of the aura of mystery and intrigue. ...Sunglasses started getting popular around the early 1920s after being well received by movie stars. Before the popularity of social media, trends were set by movie stars seen on the silver screen. People would wait months in anticipation for movies just to see what the latest trend was. One trend that remained constant throughout decades was, sunglasses. There are many movie stars and celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, John Lennon, and many more that one can’t even imagine without their popular and trademark sunglasses looks. Celebrities were the ones who set the foundation of sunglasses in the fashion industry as an accessory. Sunglasses play a vital role in building character. Sunglasses can change the shape of your face, hide unwanted acne and even mask away whatever emotion you are feeling. They ooze cool vibes and can bring any dull outfit to life!
Sunglasses frames can be found in different shapes, sizes, and colors. From round chunky ones to slim wired squared pairs, they are available in every shape and form. The most notable types of frames are
Aviators, originally made to protect pilots during flights are extremely common nowadays. Their inverted teardrop shape and sleek frame is a cause for their popularity. Browlines are old school and retro. They were the style in 50s and 60s, notably worn by James Dean in his movies. Wrap-arounds are great for outdoor activities and sports and can also be used as safety goggles.
Various lens are used in the making of sunglasses. They normally vary depending on the style and fashion. Certain dyes and pigments are added to lens to make light absorb or reflect in different frequencies. Lens can be gray, green, brown, blue or even yellow. Colours enhance the view in different ways. Brown lenses increase the contrast and cause image distortion whereas yellow makes distant objects seem even more distant. Grey and green lenses are known to give a neutral image.
Over the years sunglasses have become more than just a protective gear. They are now a necessity. Due to their popularity in the fashion industry sunglasses rule the commercial market and are now a household item. Whether it’s high-end fashion brands or a local company, everyone is manufacturing sunglasses. You can find sunglasses ranging from $5 to $500, you can find knock-offs and old vintage pairs. The most notable brands in the sunglasses world are Ray-ban, Versace, Tom Ford, Prada, Oakley, Gucci, Prada, Costa, Celine, Chanel, Coach, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Dior, Boucheron, Bvlgari, Armani Exchange, Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani, Miu Miu, Giorgio Armani, Oliver Peoples, Persol, Tag Heuer, Tiffany and Co and many other sunglasses brands and even though, they are pricey but their high quality and long term durability is more than enough reason to invest in a good pair of sunglasses.
Famous Pairs of Sunglasses:
The most famous and expensive pair of sunglasses is the Chopard Sunglasses that retail at $400,000. It has been worn by big names such as Elton John, Tom Jones and Gwyneth Paltrow. The Dolce and Gabbana DG2027B comes in second place at a hefty - $383,000. Shop for more Sunglasses brands!
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