Even though we usually think of autumn as a colourful season, it’s often grey and miserable at this time of year. Nevertheless, we can balance out this monotony by experimenting a little with our style and, in particular, with strong, rich colours. If you’re missing a crystal clear sky, then put a pair of blue glasses on. If you’re missing the sunshine, then frame your field of vision with a bright yellow frame!
Frames with a bold, single colour have the advantage of adding a touch of colour to your style without leaving you looking like a painter’s palette. Colourful glasses with a mix of tones can of course also be very pretty, but can very easily make your outfit go past the point where it’s “too much” in terms of colour.
Monotone glasses, on the other hand, are easier to combine with the rest of your look and don’t have to be monotonous in the negative sense. For example, the colour can be very unique, have a transparent touch (without losing the brightness of the colour) or play with several shades of one colour tone. Here are a few examples:
Painting outside the Box
For the designer Kenzō Takada, there was no such thing as too much colour. The Japanese designer, who achieved worldwide fame with his tiger logo, was not only a fan of colourful floral patterns, but also of strong colours in general, going beyond the classic colourways. This model in the cheeky bubble gum style is by no means only something for teenagers and, with a price of £107.72, is affordable for everyone.
Full Colour with Polaroid
If any company knows about colours, then it’s Polaroid. As early as 1947, the founder of the company introduced a camera that was able to print photos instantly, first in black and white and, from 1963, in colour with Polacolor film. In addition to cameras, the traditional American brand has also made a name for itself with sunglasses and prescription glasses. The transparent, blue women’s glasses from Polaroid are available from us for about £49.55.
Marc Jacobs – Unconventional Designs
The American designer Marc Jacobs is known for the contrasting design elements in his fashion pieces and accessories. Indeed, his eyewear models also stand out from the competition with a little something unique of their own. The blue Marc Jacobs eyewear MARC 292, for example, is beyond blue: while the front of the frame has a matt blue tone in its entirety, the temples are pervaded by a lighter blue, creating a blue-on-blue contrast. However, the price of just £104.13 is comfortably in the green range.
In our vast assortment, you will find many different coloured glasses frames for all budgets. So have a look what is out there for you!