Sunglasses trends to be bright and sustainable this fall 2022
The sun is preparing to enhance the warm hues of city parks, which are about to be filled with poetry. Fall is wearing sunglasses with tinted, less opaque lenses and darker frames. But what are the 2022 trends? We tell you all about them through the eyes of TBD Eyewear's editorial staff; those with timeless taste who love handmade eyewear with durable and sustainable materials.
Let this fall be colored again and again. Sunglasses with blue lenses look their best in any light; you can choose from vintage-style, black, or tortoiseshell frames. Colorful yes, but stylish too. On the other hand, if you love warmer tones, sunglasses with orange lenses will show you the world suspended at golden hour. For those who love to enhance details, colored lenses are perfect for creating memorable pairings with your outfit.
The elegance of black
Black sunglasses are for every season, now an undisputed presence in our mini style guides. In fall and winter they are a must-have in any closet. The shape should be chosen according to the face: among the models of square sunglasses, you can try the Twill with green lenses, elegant and never demanding. Or opt for an English taste, with the Donegal: imagine being in the countryside hunting for truffles. Among the round sunglasses stand out the Lapel, which find continuity between the city and leisure time in nature. And the Welt, solid and perfect for a casual look. Finally, our Juta with sinuous, thick lines are capable of enhancing the most outgoing personalities.
Classics, always in fashion
For the nostalgic and not, vintage designs are back, which have made history and passing fashions. We are talking about the Wayfarer, the first men's eyewear that was not purely for work. It was the 1950s. Over time they became a unisex style, and every brand has its own model. So even our Denim in the classic black frame, inspired by those iconic Blues Brothers sunglasses, fit every face and occasion. To dare a bit, we propose the Denim sunglasses with dark havana frame, and a tortoiseshell effect.
Oversized: 70s sunglasses styles
Here, too, we go back in time. Big, squared sunglasses and eyeglasses that exceed the facial features. A return to the 1970s, to a new statement. Here are our Lino, wide but light. In total black, with bottle green lenses or prescription.
Piquet Eco Black Sunglasses
And still in the back-to-classics vein, the other timeless shades are precisely the aviator sunglasses, designed in the 1930s as eye protection to U.S. Army aviators. We took them as inspiration to design our Italian aviators: the squared Panama and the softer Piquet.
What trend are you following? Let us know on our Instagram profile, where we share all TBD Eyewear’s styles and combinations.