There is one little accessory that can add tons of glam to any outfit, whether during Winter months or Summer; we’re talking about sunglasses trends, of course.
As a matter of fact, you can dress up and update your wardrobe just by adding the right sunnies. But choose it wrong and you will ruin your look in an instant. This is why knowing the latest 2020 sunglasses trends is vital.
So, have a look at the five major sunglasses trends for this year. In short, from micro to maxi, retro to futuristic; you will find plenty of options you’ll love in the sunglasses we’re seeing on Instagram!
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Wear dark XXL sunglasses and feel as glamorous as Jackie O, Audrey Hepburn or Anna Wintour. To sum up, oversized sunnies are one of the strongest sunglasses trends in 2020. As a matter of fact, we’ve seen them not only on the runway during Fashion Week but also on Instagram.
If you want to add some extra oomph to your outfit, wear white sunglasses. Because they look so chic, white shades seem somehow expensive and luxurious. This is why you will see everywhere all styles of sunnies with white frames this year; oversized, small, you name it.
Flat Frame Aviators
In 2020, the iconic aviators have gotten bigger. In fact, the frame of the sunglasses is oversized. In addition, the sunnies come with a totally flat frame. As a result, the flat brow line makes them more modern and sporty. Certainly anticipating the release of the new Tom Cruise movie, Top Gun: Maverick, Celine and Michael Kors are among the brands bringing the aviators back in 2020.
Futuristic Matrix sunglasses are bigger than before. In other words, your sci-fi shades should have a frame wider than your face and a sharp shape for a contemporary look. Also, retro acetate frames give nowness to the new micro sunglasses.
One of my favourite 2020 sunglasses trends; to get this look right, just think of your grandmother. In other words, big shades with thick round frames are very cool again. This is to say that retro round glasses look fantastic, whether with coloured or tortoise thick frames. Otherwise, try the big square-frame sunglasses by Gucci or the retro-style Mango ones.