Tons of colors for Summer
Now that the summer season is officially here, it’s time to think about your new summer look for the office, at play or when you’re trying to impress others at social gatherings. There are 10 distinct trends and we offer a bit of advice on how to pair eyewear with your outfits for maximum impact.
1- Color inside the frame creates a subtle flash of hue when you tilt your head.
1- Pants suits: Of course you want to look sophisticated when you wear a suit, but then you might find you can’t resist this summer’s offering of colorful stripes, solids and florals. To project that executive aura, choose a classy tortoise frame that features speckles of a bright hue mixed in. Or, if you want to show a little spunk, go for a frame that is a solid black or brown on the exterior, but with a splash of color on the inside of the frame that shows when you tilt your head.
2- This fluorescent pink frame will go with your crispy white shirt
2- Classic White: What could be more quintessentially summer than white? But let’s face it, white can be b-o-r-i-n-g all by itself. Spice it up with frames in a fluorescent shade and you will turn heads wherever you go.
3- Double color front for Pastels
3- Pastels: The essence of delicacy in the summer palette, pastels needs a little help to keep them from falling into the category of dull. Opt for eyewear with double colors to balance the understated tone of a pastel outfit.
4- Clean and refined matte nylon frame for sport inspired trend.
4- Sport Motifs: The fashion runways this year featured sports-inspired fare such as varsity jackets, tennis-inspired dresses, baseball caps and stripy trims reminiscent of jogging-wear. Follow through on this theme with lightweight nylon frames in playful colors.
5- Solid bright color frame with distinct shape to balance a classy black and white outfit.
5- Black and White: This summer classic projects a clean, crisp look, but it risks being a little too unimaginative. Add contrast and an element of playful shock with brightly colored frames in an edgy shape.
6- Matte finish available in different frames materials will tone down iridescent hues of your outfit.
6- Iridescent: We love shiny, sparkly stuff for the summer, but it can be a little “too too” if your accessories also are shiny. Tone it down a little with matte eyewear that balances your look.
7- Eyewear with a single distinctive line to go with any mesh clothes
7- Mesh: Trendy and cool for the summer, mesh has a complex array of overlapping strong lines. To avoid creating competing drama – or the opposite extreme: a whimpy counterpart – choose eyewear with a single distinctive line.
8- Wear skin tone pastels eyewear with bright graphic sweaters.
8- Luxe Sweatshirts/Sweaters:
Another great look for this summer is a sweater or sweat shirt with bright splashes of color. Don’t set up a competition with equally bright frames. Instead, opt for understated eyewear in skin tone or a pale pastel shade.
This deep blue makes a bold yet classy statement.
Blue for Guys: Great news for guys who are tired of elegant and classy, but somewhat boring, black accessories: Blue is the new black. Go for a strong look with navy or dark blue, opt for a more playful, sporty look with bright blue, or put on a sophisticated air with a distinctive but understated gray-blue.
9- Wear skinny lines, thin glasses with a trend.
9- Bold Geometrics: Nothing says “fun” like a summer ensemble with a color block pattern or strong geometric shape in bold colors. To echo, but not outdo, the look with your eyewear, choose thin frames with a distinctive look, either in a complementary bold tone or in an understated neutral hue.
10- With his Google Glass, Google launched the trend of wearable technology.
Available in 5 colors, Google Glass will definitely suits with any outfits. Your Glass will follow you anywhere and will made technology available any time. The eyewear by Google has already reached the upper echelons of influence. It was featured in Vogue Magazine and has accessorized coral and turquoise garments at the Diane Von Furstenberg Runway Show during New York’s Fashion Week for Spring 2013.