If you’re fun, stylish, graceful, and witty, then the Cat Eye style is perfect for you.
2.Tear Drop Style
These are also commonly known as pilot’s glasses and were, as you might have guessed from the name, were originally designed for pilots. At the time, pilots relied on heavy goggles to block out the harmful rays from the sun while they were flying. This design was supposed to provide a lightweight alternative. With time, their popularity spread well beyond the aviation industry and they would be worn by huntsmen and athletes as well. The peak of their popularity was during WW2 when they were worn by perhaps the most famous army general of the time: General Douglas MacArthur.
If you have some inclinations to the military or at least movies about espionage, or some love for the aviation industry, motorcycles, and all forms of law enforcement, then these glasses will really get you in the groove. The beauty of teardrop style sunglasses is that the lens can come in just about any shade you can think of, allowing you to be as expressive with your style as you would like to be. If you’re the more subtle kind, then you will find comfort in the simple tinted teardrop style. It never goes out of vogue.
These super dark lens sunglasses are not only stylish but are frequently sought after because of their ability to provide privacy while functioning as bright light shields. Popularized by their unique super dark tint lens, these shades are rightfully called the “womens hottest sunglasses style” and the “mens hottest sunglasses style” according to hundreds of pleased ShadyVEU shoppers worldwide.
Migraines are the third most common disease in the world, with kids also being a victim of this chronic pain. Studies show that women suffer more than men by a ratio of 85% more. With these super dark black lens, migraine suffering individuals have finally found a way to better cope with sunny days that sometimes may trigger a migraine.
This style is quite popular in the creative community so it will definitely fit you if you consider yourself to be an artistic soul.
These glasses were almost single-handedly popularized by John Lennon. They are now a go-to style for two kinds of people, who are not always mutually exclusive: Intellectuals and rock stars. They were the iconic style of the 70s and have maintained a hold on the world of sunglasses ever since.
These glasses are more on the playful side than the professional side and so are great for you if you’re the fun-loving type that just sees life as one great adventure.
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