As we get closer and closer to summer, newer trends are coming out which makes us more excited for the season of hot holidays and relaxation. For those of you heading out for the festival season, you might want to try this seasons must have trend. We’re not talking up the plain reflective lens because we’re halfway over that; we’re talking about the transparent frame trend.
If you like reflective lenses on your sunglasses then you might benefit the most out of this trend. This is because normal coloured frames can actually dim how bright the reflection colour is, the transparent frame makes sure the colour can be brought out and stay mute.
However this trend is not only for reflective lenses but also for gradient ones too. The transparency coupled with the gradient makes for an elegant and simple look that can go with any outfit you pair your beloved accessory with. Celebrities that have been spotted in this trend include Olivia Palermo, Sienna Miller and Chloe Sevigny. They are famous fashion muses in their own rights and have always been ahead of the curve.
We like the Céline new butterfly in the transparent olive colour with brown gradient lenses. They are classy and timeless as well as neutral which means they will go with all you core colours. Whether you decide to wear white, green, and black or blue you can rest assured knowing you look well put together.
The Ray-Ban CATS 5000 is our second option and it’s oh so lovely. The transparent frame is white and very easy to pair with anything that you decide to wear. We like the green reflective lens that is perfect for beach parties and making a statement.
The Oliver Peoples Afton sunglasses are good for people who want to try the style with a much more tamed down look as opposed to the Ray-Ban. The crystal indigo lenses are good for the summer as they protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays.
The Ray-Ban RB4210 sunglasses have a white transparent frame with three different reflective lenses. They are stylish and versatile which is good for the upcoming festival seasons. They also look cool in the rain for those of you who live in not so warm climates.