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Women's style trends are always changing (and YES that includes sunglasses). If you want eyewear that is on trend this year but still classic enough to last more than one season - stick around! We're breaking down the 6 Sunglass trends to watch in 2023.
The cat eye is a classic shape that’s bold and sexy, yet elegant. They’ve been around for a long time, and they’re not going anywhere! The Prada Symbol is really setting the scene this year for a show stopping cat eye design. It’s more focused on a large square shape, which goes against the grain from the thinner cat eye sunglasses we’ve been seeing in recent years.
This type of frame looks great on round faces because of the bold and angular lines, and with a major designer like Prada paving the way, it’s pretty much guaranteed to stick around.
But if you’re not into the designer price tag, Fuse Lenses offers a model called the 3 Rooker that has a wider top reminiscent of a cat eye. It also comes in three different colors and any of our stylish lens customizations. Plus, it’s only $44.99.
Aviators have always been a classic, but the release of Top Gun: Maverick last year really brought out the primal urge in all of us.... to look as cool as Tom Cruise in his fighter jet. You don’t have to be a guy to rock aviators, though, Celebs of all ages and genders have been caught rockin' the aviator look. You literally can't go wrong.
Aviators were originally designed for pilots so that they could always see no matter how sunny it was, but they ended up becoming completely ageless. You can look like Jenn by buying your own Ray Ban Aviators, or you can choose Fuse Sanibel, which is our affordable take on this timeless style. It comes in gold and black and starts at just under $50.
Sporty sunglasses are really having a moment, and we’re here for it! You don’t have to watch ESPN to appreciate a bolder and more wide-reaching style. They’re functional, trendy, AND cute, so why not pick some up and head to the Super Bowl party– even if it’s just to eat the wings? Or you can be like Kim K rocking her Balenciaga black rectangular shades out and about.
One of our sportier frames is the Fuse Anclote, which comes in matte black, sand, and thin red line. It brings a more masculine edge that’s also durable and stands up to sweat and heavy use. They’re made with spring hinges and rubberized nose pads so that they won’t slip down your nose, even when you’re cheering on your favorite team, or just heading out for the day.
Another fashionable trend is narrow or micro glasses. They’ve been sticking around for a while now, and for good reason: They’re insanely cute. Micro sunglasses were really popularized during the 90s teen and dance pop era, and they came back for the long-term a few years ago.
The Dolce & Gabbana Narrow is a great example of super stylish micro frames, and it’s setting the trends for the new year. This definitely falls into the form over function category, but we love ‘em anyway. (Just make sure you have a pair that'll actually block the sun's rays - like our Egmont - when you're out in the sun for real).
The 70s thin and round frame style has been revived for 2023 too. It’s a sleek and classy style that brings a more feminine edge to the aviator, since it has a single bridge instead of a double.
The Fuse Sunset frame is a good alternative to pricier brands, and they’re light and made to move with you. If you’re not trying to rock the John Lennon look, but want a similar style, we also have a more geometric version called the Talbot.
Probably the most classic of them all, Ray Ban created the Wayfarer in 1952, which has stood the test of time. The Wayfarer is really versatile for any face shape, and we created a similar feel with our new Fuse Summerland frames. Since this shape has stayed in style for over 70 years, we really don’t see it going out anytime soon!
Let's be real - NONE of these trends are revolutionary. Each trend looks pretty familiar, which means you may already have the perfect sunglasses at home but maybe a little beat up. Not to worry! That's where Fuse Lenses comes in.
Fuse Lenses specializes in replacement lenses and lens technology - and we custom cut new lenses for thousands of styles across hundreds of brands!
Say you’re planning on buying the Ray Ban Classic Aviator, but you want a trendy rose gold lens. Since rose gold Ray Bans are pretty pricey, you can get some pink replacement lenses for under 45 dollars.
We offer over 30 lens colors and options including polarized, mirrored, gradient, photochromic, blue light, prescription, and even color enhancing lenses starting at $24.99! You can also upgrade to our Fuse PRO line where the lenses are polarized, anti-reflective, AND 3x more durable.
Whether you are snagging a new pair of sunglasses for 2023 or fixing up a classic pair you already own, Fuse Lenses has your back! Questions on what's trending or need help with lenses? Let us know!
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