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Colors are the first things that you need when thinking of summer. And that couldn’t but find its reflection in the eyewear trends for spring 2015 forming some really catchy and noteworthy exemplars of stylish and fashionable sunglasses. For instance, check out the yellowish options from Celine, the plum sporty glasses of Lacoste, or the bluish alternatives from Charlotte Ronson, both of which come with some really interesting and noteworthy combinations with the garments they are matched with. We are speaking both about the combos of styles and shapes and about the color combinability. Such were the options suggested at the show of MSGM too, in case of which bright orange tones were the key of the looks.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #2: Bright Frames
The following trend we would like to note here is the one having been formed by the colorful frames and creative design solutions applied to the frames of the sunglasses. For instance, you can discover the all-black sunglasses with yellow and black patterns like it was in case of Dries Van Noten or the darker eyewear options from Charlotte Ronson, which also added a little bit of mystery to the image of the lady.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #4: Oversized Sunglasses
In addition, we should speak about the practical and comfy oversized sunglasses, which comfortably cover the eyes and the areas around them thus coming as beautiful and quite noteworthy alternatives for creating classic and feminine images, which will accentuate your personality and will make a perfect final touch for the rest of the stylish clothing combinations. In order to find inspiration you may have a look at the spring 2015 fashion collections of Roberto Cavalli, Moschino, Guy Laroche, Julien MacDonald and others, each of which managed to come up with something new, fresh, and creative. Especially cool were the shield sunglasses of Prabal Gurung, Suno’s and Matthew Williamson’s creative oversized eyewear options and the daisy patterned oversized sunglasses of Maison Martin Margiela.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #5: Retro ‘60s and ‘70s Sunglasses
This is another spectacular and interesting comeback we noted for the coming season marking the renovation of absolutely glamorous and chic pieces being the retro styles of sunglasses. It looks like the style of the feminine and glamorous ladies of those times has been put in a totally fresh and cool way here, presenting experimental shapes, oversized motives and, of course, stylish and fresh design interpretations. Such were the retro sunglasses from such fashion houses as Temperley London, Emilio Pucci, Stella Jean, Gucci, Valentino, and Chanel, as well as Bibhu Mohapatra and Derek Lam with the tea tones of the glasses.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #6: Oval Sunglasses
Oval sunglasses form the following catchy spring 2015 eyewear trend we would like to note, focusing on the peculiar and quite creative design interpretations and looks, which are all united in the general group of retro-inspired yet absolutely stylish and cool oval eyewear options. This is what we spotted during the fashion show of Dries Van Noten that came up with the combo of yellow and black tones, Burberry with the frameless reddish options, Rochas with the classic forms of both frames and the glasses putting all in dark tones, Nicole Miller and many others.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #7: Colorful Glasses
Colorful is not enough to describe the trend we are going to present now. In fact, what makes this trend so unique is the difference of tones selected for each glass out of the two. To put the thing more clearly we may discuss the example of red and blue glasses for the same white-framed sunglasses by Rebecca Minkoff, in case of which the resemblance of these pieces with the traditional 3D glasses was unavoidable. However, this is a unique and quite spectacular solution for fresh looks and you can give it a try if you are bold enough. Colorful were also the glasses at Nina Ricci, Preen and others.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #8: Square Sunglasses
Squared forms of sunglasses form the following trend we would like to note, talking about the most diverse and creative interpretations that these looks could ever acquire. For instance, we may speak about the diversified interpretations from Prada coming adorned with some wood and leather accents for the tea toned glasses and the nicely designed frames, Salvatore Ferragamo with the animal-print resembling hints for the mirrored sunglasses presented, Giorgio Armani with the cool duo of matte toned frames and dark glasses, or Kenzo with the frameless transparent blue sporty alternatives with some neo-modern touches embedded in the look. We especially loved the square sunglasses of Tommy Hilfiger.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #9: Round Sunglasses
Apart from square, other geometrical solutions were also present for the shows, rounded forms being one of the most noteworthy options here. Thus, along with the retro inspired rounded options here we also have the modern interpretations with the diversified designs of the frames, the curious combinations with the tones of the glasses, and much more. That’s what we may note about speaking of the option suggested by Emporio Armani coming with the darker toned glasses and narrower frames, Versace with the brownish accents and the oversized looks, Roberto Cavalli with the half-framed ombre toned options, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and many others.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #10: Semi-Rimless Sunglasses
The tendency of framing only one half of the glasses or leaving a gap between the two lines of frames going above and below the glasses is another quite fresh and new direction for the spring/ summer 2015 eyewear trends. Some incredible alternatives of the trend can be the reddish lower framed sunglasses from Miu Miu, followed by the interesting suggestions from Roberto Cavalli, as well as the curious rounded forms from 3.1 Phillip Lim, the youthful models from Opening Ceremony, and the creative solutions from Rodarte, Stella Jean and others.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #11: Glittery Frames
Going even more experimental and creative the designers decided to come up with some crazy and at the same time glam looks at times even reaching the extent of leaving the sunglasses actually without glasses at all, focusing on the glittery frames surrounding the space of the glasses and inventing nice new shapes for them. This was the case of Chanel, which had created the glasses exactly this way. Interesting was also the option from Jeremy Scott bearing a hippie style, adorned with more massive glittery rhinestones for ultra-glam looks. On the other hand, Oscar de la Renta showed a more subtle and feminine version of the trend, bringing classy glasses with delicately embellished frames.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #12: Butterfly and Cat-Eye Sunglasses
To be the sexy feline of the season, you’ll certainly love to experiment with this eyewear trend, as cat-eye sunglasses are the most fabulous accessories capable of granting your looks with a high dose of mystery and glamour. Butterfly and cat-eye sunglasses were the says of Michael Kors, where we spotted a more retro version of the style, Matthew Williamson, where butterfly shapes met oversized motifs, Thomas Tait, where the delicate uber-transparent designs of the sunglasses instantly caught the eye, and Fendi, in case of which we saw sharp geometric silhouettes.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #13: Aviator Sunglasses
When it comes to styles adorned with modern sporty allure, nothing can ever compete with the traditional aviator sunglasses. It’s no surprise that each season eyewear trends bring this already timeless and classic style, each time spicing it up with innovative vibes. This season, we especially love the mirrored aviator sunglasses of Christian Dior and Acne Studios, the unique versions of the style by Valentino and the slightly rounded retro aviator designs of Felder Felder.
Spring/ Summer 2015 Eyewear Trend #14: Extravagant and Unique Sunglasses
Still, if making a big fashion statement and standing out in the crowd is your aim, you can go for any of those extravagant and unique eyewear styles that popular fashion houses presented for the new season. Funny were the Barbie-inspired sunglasses of Moschino and the colorfully beaded designs of Libertine. For the modern sporty look, you can opt for those rounded sunglasses of Nicholas K, the shield glasses of Kenzo or the interesting eyewear + headwear options from Chalayan. Prada’s interesting wooden and leather sunglasses are also maximum impressive!
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