Wearing sunglasses that matches your outfit is a must. Sunglasses are not only an important factor in protecting your eyes, but they can also tie your whole look together. Most people do not know that there are ways to match your sunglasses to the clothes you are wearing, hence, here are some tips on how you can do just that:
- Focus on the accessories you are wearing – matching your eyewear to your clothes is good, but a more efficient way would be to coordinate them with the accessories you are wearing, things such as jewelry, hairpins, and scarves. You do not have to worry about handbags since you do not hold your purse in your hands for the whole day. Instead, you could choose frames that are similar or the same to the colors of your accessories. This can be effective when the colors of your accessories, matches the frames of your glasses. It will create an interesting and fun contrast to your outfit. Most people consider metal frames to be versatile, however, one thing that you should always care about is wearing the golden frames with the golden accessories, and the silver frames with the silver accessories. Also, do not be afraid to make a statement. Brightly colored frames and lenses that complement you gemstone jewelry really makes a statement. Companies like the WilderBeest create glasses with golden or silver frames, but with colorful lenses. Hence, you will have both of the bases for a fashion statement in one product.
- Be careful about dark neutrals – brown, navy, and black neutrals are the easiest to combine to any outfit. However, “easy” might be an excuse for you being “lazy”. Wearing a dark, neutral frame with incredible spring pastels can be quite distracting. Spicing thing up with a little bit of gray, beige, or powder blue frames during spring and summer can make a huge difference to your overall look.
- When in doubt – as you know, some outfits are difficult to accessorize, but there are ways that your glasses do not distract from your clothes. The best option and the first one is a pair of tortoiseshell frame sunglasses that do not have visible metal parts. The combination of colors in tortoiseshell goes well with most colors, and while they might not be the most exciting one, they will help you tie the most difficult outfit up. Also, glasses without rims have the minimum of parts, so if you choose ones with a neutral pattern, you will most likely get away with combining them with most outfits. You could also choose glasses that blends perfectly with your skin tone. You can buy rose gold if you have pale skin, and bronze, copper, or brown, for darker skin tones.
These tips could help you with accessorizing the most difficult and the most simple outfits you could come up with. And try to remember, no outfit is complete without the perfect pair of glasses, especially during the summer.