Top Eyewear Trends In 2021

January 25, 2021

With sunny days becoming more frequent, winter gives way to spring and we wonder what sunglasses to wear for the new year! It's time to change our habits, our wardrobe and our mood! Today’s trend focus is eyewear, the most personal accessory that puts your outfit together. This season, designers focus on timeless eyewear silhouettes. From futuristic designs and acetate frames to vintage references, here are the top eyewear shapes that will be everywhere this season—and better yet, the ones you can shop now.

Le sportif

This year along with the tennis-inspired looks we'll see this sporty frame everywhere. This retro aesthetic and vintage feel of the sunnies is combined totally with a denim look from day-to-night.


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The bigger, the better

Funky, fresh, oversized, face-blocking sunglasses are back in the game. Top designers like Fendi, Stella McCartney, Acne Studios, Tom Ford are taking cues from the '70s, where these style glasses were very popular. If you want to make a statement this season, invest in styles with luxurious neutral tones, like chocolate browns and blacks, for an elevated feel.



Next year, rectangular frames are taking the front seat again! Go for a classic silhouette of a black pair or go bold and try different colors! This style takes a lot of inspiration from the power-dressing era back in the '80s. Women wore dark, conservative menswear styled with feminine accessories, such as bags, glasses or jewelry. Certainly, these frames give your face and your whole outfit a fierce and powerful sense that if you combined them with dark, sharp clothes, it multiplies that effect.


'70s Aviator

Classic design, with 70s influences and luxury, the dominant trend in spring accessories.We're talking about aviator glasses. Inspired by the pilot John Macready, statement by the faces of the great stars in the 1970s and timeless investment, a pair of Aviator glasses will take off your style.The runways still embraced the ode to the ’70s with retro-inspired silhouettes like Miu Miu’s round, bright-colored frames and Bottega’s angular aviators. The trend of this series has been turn to the creativity of lens colors, such as translucent colored lenses and mirrored lenses.


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