Designer Men’s Sunglasses – The Everyday Wear

There’re some very cool, classic, designer men’s sunglasses out there. I consider them an important member of my wardrobe and therefore I believe that every man should have at least more than two or three pairs. The best thing about them is that they never go out of style.

Sunglasses don’t think it’s summer, winter, fall or spring time. Just make sure you’re matching the color sometimes. But even that’s not important, because you can always mix up, meaning get creative and play with different colors when it comes to your outfit. What I do is that I make sure the frame color, sometimes matches the shirt I wear with my blazer, for example. In your case, it can match with your shoes or hat.

Why Sunglasses Don’t Go out of Style?

First and foremost, it depends on the brand. If you get cheap sunglasses it might last for a year or two that is if you’re careful with them. However, the style on that might fade, because of the quality. Everything gets old. And, since we know that, make sure the money is spent on a reputable brand.

Solidify the Signature Style

Elevate the look. A great pair of sunglasses can enhance the entire attire, whether you’re in a party, hanging out with your date, travelling, sipping on Mojitos or just driving by yourself. And having more than two or three pairs obviously depends on the type of frames you’re interested in. They could be D-Frame; rounded, square, anything, get what makes you the Mr. Cool.

Sunglasses are the Key to Good Eye Health

Not only an excellent pair of sunglasses will help you look stylish, they can protect your eyes from ultraviolet light. According to Elliot Levine, an ophthalmologist, UV light can have an harmful effect on the retina, cornea, lens and eyelids. This goes back to what I said above, it doesn’t matter which time of the year it is. Sunglasses from a reputable brand will never go out of style, but can also help protect the eyes from UV light during all four seasons. Yep.

Below, what you see is a small list of the some of the best designer men’s sunglasses that I’ve compiled. Take advantage!

Ray-Ban

Details:

  • Black acetate, gold metal
  • Green lenses
  • 100% UV protective
  • Come with a leather case and cleaning cloth
  • Made in Italy

Dick Moby

Details:

  • Tortoiseshell acetate
  • Brown lenses
  • 100% UV protection
  • Come in recycled leather case and recycled PET bottle pouch
  • Made in Italy

Cutler and Gross

Details:

  • Grey acetate, gunmetal-tone metal
  • Gradient-grey lenses
  • Come with a case and cleaning cloth
  • 100% UV protection
  • Made in Italy

Gucci

Details:

  • Black acetate, gold-tone metal
  • Grey lenses
  • Come with a hard case
  • 100% UV protection
  • Made in Japan
  • Made in Italy

Saint Laurent

Details:

  • Clear acetate
  • Silver mirrored lenses
  • Come with a leather case and cleaning cloth
  • 100% UV protection
  • Made in Italy

Prada

Details:

  • Black acetate and titanium
  • Dark-grey lenses
  • Come with a hard case and cleaning cloth
  • 100% UV protection
  • Made in Italy

I’m sure you’ve noticed in the details of each brand that 100% Ultraviolet Light Protection is mentioned. A friendly gesture from me so that you don’t have to look for sunglasses armed with UV protection elsewhere. And not only that, the frames you see in the list are from the top designers, meaning the quality, design of the frames are all top-notch. To look cool and dashing while knowing that you’ve something that will last long and can be worn any time of the year is one of the best feelings when it comes to looking after your sense of style.

Any ideas or suggestion, share them in the comment section below. As always, thanks for reading, my friend.

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8 Comments

  1. Hello. I’m glad to know what shades are in style now. I had no idea. The ones that slightly wrap toward the temple are my favorites. It seems I’m not fashionable. Now I realize that my sons are. They wear the basic design your article presents.

        1. I have never known either of them to spend more than $20 on sunglasses. One doesn’t have a job right now and the other invests most of his money in crypo. Despite this, as teens, they are both determined to look cool.

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