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Sunglasses Trends for 2015

  There's no better time to update a wardrobe for the spring than during the winter when all the beautiful new designer sunglassesstart showing up during Fashion Week around the world.

This year's New York Fashion Week offered some flashbacks to the rave culture of the 1990s and also introduced styles that have actually been around for decades in one form or another.

The 1990s Makes a Comeback

At this year's New York Fashion Week, collections from fashion titans like Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang were often full of the vibrant colors popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Those enthusiastic styles paired beautifully with shiny black acetate frames, as well as brightly colored sunglasses in the same vivid hues as the clothing.

Popular glasses like those from Ferra and their signature fade style, which features color at the top of the frame that slowly disappears into nothing at the bottom of the frame have started appearing on celebrity faces. The fade style will probably remain quite popular in 2015 in beautiful colors like burgundy, orchid, and purple.

Subtle Inspiration and Style

Other popular styles on Fashion Week runways from designers like Calvin Klein and Narcisco Rodriguez were often flowing and elegant in shades like cream, dark green, and black. These luxurious styles were the sort that might look perfect with vintage sunglasses in subtle colors like navy, blue, and even black.

Even though the styles of some designers were considered luxurious, fashion watchers noted that the lines were still "long and lean," which mean that the best frames to accompany those styles were lean as far as the thickness of the frames was concerned. Gently rounded frames from designers like Joseph Marc would pair beautifully in 2015 with forthcoming styles from Klein and others.

Major Trends for Sunglasses Sizes

Every few years, large sunglasses make a comeback, and 2015 looks to be a banner year for oversized sunglasses. Frames that have lenses that all but obscure the entire top part of the wearer's face have started to become popular, and the spring of 2015 will probably offer a variety of interestingly large sunglasses in intriguing geometric shapes.

Alongside the large lenses of 2015's most popular styles, those frames will probably go beyond the classic round or oval shapes. Sunglasses with points and in shapes that are round with a point at the bottom or wide like the edge of a trapezoid should start showing up on faces as soon as the sun comes out in 2015.

Styles with Staying Power

A few years ago Katy Perry reintroduced the world to cat's eye sunglasses, and they've been popular ever since. It looks like that style will continue to be seen around the fashion world in 2015 with some significant upswing on the bottom edges of those sunglasses. Large, significant cat's eye sunglasses with dramatic angles will dominate styles of this popular style.

Additionally, the ever-popular aviator sunglasses will continue their eternal reign; however, the style has seen some influence from luxury designers like Tommy Hilfiger and Gucci. The only way to describe some of the new aviators is "aggressive," and they're not the aviators your grandfather used to wear.

Remember that prevalent styles aren't the only way to make a splash with your sunglasses. Even if your personal style isn't fashionable anymore, it doesn't matter as long as you like the sunglasses, and they work for you. It's fun to pick up a popular style, but it's also fun to make your own style work, too.

 By : Upneet Kaur

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