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SUNGLASSES TRENDS FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2015

A LOOK AT TOM FORD, RAY BAN AND OAKLEY EYEWEAR

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Sunglasses Trends for Spring/Summer 2015

With spring just a few months away, it’s time to dig out our t-shirts and shorts and get prepared for the sun that is hopefully not too far away. It’s also time to check the new eyewear trends for the new spring/summer 2015 season. 

One of the most important trends for the new season to come are rimless frames. Thus, firms like Persol and Tom Ford have opted for sunglasses with rimless frames, offering a subtle vintage effect.

Check out eyewear from Tom Ford with an inspiration in the aviator style in black tones. They've fast become the essential sunglasses brand for men looking to highlight an elegant and sophisticated look in each season.

Tom Ford
Tom Ford

We have already seen this trend in previous seasons, and it seems like this spring/summer 2015 we will see the nerd look once again. We can get a more ‘intellectual’ look with this kind of prescription glasses and sunglasses combo. The typical Wayfarer or Clubmaster style from Ray-Ban will give us that ‘hipster’ style that continues (like it or hate it) to be on trend each season.

Ray-Ban
Ray-Ban

Also, animal print, fluor colours and mirror lenses will triumph this season and will be featured heavily across the majority of eyewear models. 

Will you go for the more daring and flamboyant styles this year? Ray-ban and Oakley sunglasses are some of the brands that always make the biggest trend-let changes to their new collections. A top tip is to always try a few styles and opt for whatever suits you the best.

Oakley
Oakley

Have you already decided what style you want to buy? If you want to renew your sunglasses and follow these new trends, check out GranOptic, where you will find a wide variety of models and brands of glasses at some of the best prices with free shipping for all purchases and a 30 day money back guarantee.

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