Posted on 16th April 2015
We all have different relationships with our glasses. For some they are part of them, people comment when they don’t have them on, they don’t feel fully dressed without their glasses. For others they are a fashion statement. They will choose glasses for dressing down and contacts for nights out. For others they are a hidden necessity. When nightfall hits, their pyjamas and glasses go on but no one knows about them and they dread the day they have to don them in public. Whatever your relationship with your glasses, ensure it’s a happy one. If you would like to update yours, take a look at our top trends for glasses this year.
Splash of colour: if you caught any of New York Fashion Week, you’ll have seen colour and lots of it. William Morris London is a leader in style. Go all out with some
or opt for a more subtle splash of colour with theses
All about the curve: fluid shapes and curves are hot for 2015. Not quite as round as Harry Potter’s frames, but a strong curve can really accentuate your eyes. The Scandinavians have always led the way in eyewear and Danish designers Lindberg give other brands a lesson in design.
Step back in time: After the 1950’s dominance of 2014, the 1970’s are making a comeback. Metal frames with hints of gold or silver are a bold choice and popular for those who want to look extra sharp in their work wear. Add these Clubmasters to a power suit to give you an extra confidence boost.
Tortoiseshell is also making another come back and are a popular addition to the Vintage collection from William Morris London. http://www.williammorris.co.uk/william-morris-collections/vintage-readers?product_id=550
Dark and dynamic: Ray-Ban’s classic black Wayfarer is not just for the sun. These classic frames continue to be one of our bestsellers.
And Guess do a slightly smaller version that are also a popular choice for everyday wear.
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