Whoever wants to buy a new pair of glasses for spring or summer, can find a colourful one in a fruit basket because this year is all about colours. From lemon-yellow to clementine-orange, you can find all the colours. But also red lenses will be trendy this summer. With transparent frames on top of it, it will also cover another trend: to wear brightly coloured lenses. The following examples show you how it’s done:
Artifical but transparent
Transparent synthetic sunglasses have already been around last year. This summer, the models with red, orange and yellow lenses will be a leading trend once the sun comes out. These shades perfectly complemented with a trendy summer outfit. If you’re not a fan of colours because you’re still feeling the wintery vibes, you can add a pop of colour with these shades. Anyone who wants to really stand out can also dye their hair in the same colour. For that one, you have to be brave:
This will obviously be easier with blond hair. Lots of models have yellow lenses with transparent frames. The brand GUESS has small, oval sunglasses which are trendy right now. Their brown lenses with gradient tint are perfectly matched with the light yellow frame.
If you like these glasses but prefer to try a stronger shade without refraining from the transparent frame, you should try our assortment of Vogue Eyewear. Vogue’s current capsule collection was designed by no other than actress Millie Bobby Brown. The flagship model Vogue VO5315S in transparent red did not only make our hearts beat faster on the day of release which also coincided with Valentine’s Day.
The Versace sunglasses VE4352 are not oval but brightly coloured to the most extent. Their ultra-loud yellow shade shoots into your eyes like a splash of lemon juice. It cannot be overlooked at night. By the way, if you are looking for some glasses for your next rave, the yellow-tinted lenses are the best choice. Not only because this colour was a hit at parties in the 90s, but also because this shade doesn’t fully cover your sight at night. Especially with tint coverage below 25%, they reproduce colours in dark environments well. With daylight, it’s better to switch to another colour because yellow lenses don’t reflect UV light sufficiently.
People that are up-front and need a suitable accessory with clear lines, may prefer rectangular and quadratic sunglasses with transparent frames. This style is led by Bottega Veneta BV1005S. This style seems ostentatious but the beige tone isn’t as bright as the previous models from Vogue or Versace. Bottega Veneta does not miss out when it comes to colours and therefore also offers this model in bright orange. Lenses in red and orange are perfect for outdoor activities because these colours increase the contrast in a green environment and adequately compensate the light and shade conditions.
If you can’t settle for one colour, you also don’t have to because transparent glasses and sunglasses are also available in a two-toned style. While the frame of most multi-coloured glasses are mainly mottled, there are also other models with an aesthetically pleasing colour gradient. The following Jimmy Choo model, for example, has a soft gradient from beige to blue.
The last model best exemplifies that there are different transparently coloured sunglasses in all shapes and sizes. Visual glasses are also up and coming. Once the temperatures rise above 20 degrees, one can be most fashionable when being brave courage with bright colours.