Retro Round Sunglasses, Going beyond RayBan Sunglasses, Get Head

Circle lens sunglasses is not new to us, the most representative figures is that John Lennon. In fact we could see lots of people wearing such glasses, or regular glasses in many old movies. Undeniably, Le Pen is indeed a very good retro sunglasses. It is extremely frequent exposed, this time, there are always some people who like maverick. Round frame sunglasses is a good choice, it is the most adorable retro wave of single products. The round shape makes the sunglasses extremely cute, no matter at the stage or in the street, there are a large number of round-framed glasses. Alone with Olsen sister and Sienna Miller wearing eyeglasses on camera frequntly, they are again coming to the fore of the fashion trend. 2009 autumn and winter T stage, perhaps large and ornate accessories let you ignore this inconspicuous round sunglasses. Proenza Schouler has always worn the metal round-framed sunglasses with sort of the mechanical era. Dries Van Noten and Ralph Lauren also have such works as black sunglasses, the focus of the design is the frame. Noten is in favor of some cool sense, while Lauren is fond of the retro with the aristocratic. In the street, many people also fall in love with the glasses. Almost of them will be so cool and attractive by following the simple style and wearing the classic glasses. When the whole world is full of Ray-Ban girls and boys, if you want to show the personality, the round-framed sunglasses are a good choice. They keep pace with the retro fashion at present, and look very funny, or they can achieve the effect of changing the wood. In the frame choice, in fact, many people like to wear a circular glasses with a color frame, just like Rayban, fluorescent color looks like very young. Choose the frame according to your own facial form. Some people prefer the complex design, while others think the simple models are suitable. As lens choice, gradient-color is more stylish, dark is still elegant while the light-colored line is avant-garde, determined in accordance with personal clothing.