Styling oversized sunglasses
Oversized sunglasses feature large lenses and frames. They offer both sun protection and are a fashion statement, with their bold and exaggerated look. Oversized sunglasses were popularized in the 1990s and 2000s by celebrities and have since become a timeless fashion accessory.
They can can be found in a variety of lens shapes and frame materials, ranging from classic round or square frames to modern, more unique styles. They are favored for their ability to make a statement and provide maximum coverage from the sun's harmful rays. Oversized sunglasses can be styled in a variety of ways to fit your personal fashion sense and occasion.
Here’s a few tips for styling oversized sunglasses this spring:
- Keep your outfit simple: When wearing oversized sunglasses, it's best to keep the rest of your outfit simple to avoid looking too busy. Pair them with a neutral-colored outfit, such as a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
- Make a statement with bold shapes: If you want to make a statement with your oversized sunglasses, opt for a pair with a bold silhouette. From our collection SWARA is a great example of an interesting silhouette that serves as the focal point of any outfit.
- Go for classic black: If you want a timeless look, opt for a pair of classic black oversized sunglasses. They pair well with any outfit and are suitable for any occasion. Find all our black oversized sunglasses here.
- Add a hat: If you want to add an extra layer of sun protection, pair your oversized sunglasses with a wide-brimmed hat or a baseball cap.
- Experiment with different shapes: Oversized sunglasses come in a variety of shapes, including round, square, and cat-eye. Experiment with different shapes to find the one that flatters your face shape and personal style the most (find our guide on sunglasses for different face shapes here). Our cat-eye model KIBOKO continues to be a customer favorite summer after summer.
Remember, the key to styling oversized sunglasses is to keep the rest of your outfit simple and let the sunglasses shine.