Spring Fashion: 3 Glasses Trends to Look Out for

Eye Exam Springfield MA If you’re going to pick up one spring fashion trend for yourself make it a new pair of shades. Before you go and pick up just any pair of sunglasses to shield your eyes, though, let’s take a closer look at three glasses trends for you to look out for.


One sunglasses trend that doesn’t seem like it’s going to go anywhere anytime soon is aviators. Aviators are basically a classic because they are so versatile and look great on both men and women. Plus, they fit just about any face shape as well which means that you know they are bound to be a really good fit for your face.

Cat Eye Glasses

Another fun trend for our female crowd is cat eye glasses. These glasses are an ode to the 1950’s and they can make just about any outfit look retro and chic. One thing to be mindful of, though, with this trend is that because the frames are a little bit smaller, they won’t cover as much of your eye which means that you shouldn’t wear them if you are planning on spending the whole day out in the sun.

Large Round Frames

Large round frames are another trend that is here to stay for the time being. This trend is also retro but it gives your eyes a bit more coverage so you won’t have to worry about sun damage. Plus, one thing that our patients like about large, oversized glasses is that they conceal flaws like bags under your eyes when you are out in public; that way you don’t have to put on a bunch of makeup.

As you can see, there are several sunglasses trends that can help you shield your eyes and look stylish while doing so. When you are choosing  pair of sunglasses just make sure that they have both UVA and UVB protection. Are you ready to learn more about sunglasses? Contact us at our Fitchburg office and call us at (978) 342-8752.


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