See them NOW: Spring '17 Eyewear Trends

January 09, 2017

See them NOW: Spring '17 Eyewear Trends

What do we watch for when the designers parade out their fresh styles? How they pair them with the latest sunglasses. Here are the top Spring 2017 eyewear trends to keep your eyes on. (Pun. Intended.)

Throwback
The designs of past decades merge into one colorful flashback. The 60s retrospective kicks off in Swinging London with bold graphics and high-contrast colors.

Seventies rounded-off square sunglasses take oversized to new heights while classic colors keep the look polished.


The Monolens
Liken them to ski goggles all you like, but the monolens trend is here to stay. The retro-yet-futuristic shades are anything but conspicuous and require “I’m-a-bad-ass” confidence.


All About Nature
Yes, we can expect plenty of pretty pastels and sunwashed shades for Spring. If pinks aren’t your thing, rich & vibrant rainforest colors are all the rage.


Give Yourself Butterflies
Have you met the butterfly? She’s the distant winged cousin of the cat-eye with more flip on the tips. They’re stylishly oversized yet delicate, making them perfect for any social scene. 
 


Aviators Are King
Coming in more colors than your favorite Hawaiian island, Aviators still rule the fashion school. Get ready to see stylish modifications including amplified brow bars, flat lenses, and slim temples. 



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