Our Picks of Top 5 Sunglasses Styles for Men & Women

If you’re looking for the top sunglasses styles for men this year, this post is for you. Before we get in to this, here’s a brief intro about Glassic:

Glassic is a fashion eyewear brand that designs & manufactures it’s own eyewear and sells it directly to customers through it’s website, https://www.glassic.in. Our strategy of controlling everything in house allows us to control the quality (we keep a close watch to make sure it’s high) and cost (we keep a close watch to make sure it’s low). Essentially, we’re selling you branded quality eyewear at super affordable prices of under Rs. 3,000!

Now that you know who we are and what we do, let’s get to our top 5 picks of sunglasses styles for men and women!

  1. ROUND

The trademark of the ’70s – round sunglasses. Back then, this style was popularised by icons such as John Lennon and is now back in fashion as one of the most wanted vintage style sunglasses for both men and women! Check of these pictures below to see how classy these shades look.

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You can shop round styles with Glassic. Check out some of our round shaped sunglasses for men & women!

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2. SQUARE

Square shaped sunglasses were the epitome of style in the 1950’s. Worn by some of the most influential people, this shape is now considered one of the best selling retro inspired shapes of all time!

People like Bob Dylan wore these sunglasses during live concerts, Tom Cruise wore them in Risky Business & closer to home, Hrithik Roshan sported these sunglasses in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara!

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At Glassic, we have a number of square sunglasses for men and women to choose from! Check them out below:

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3) PILOT

A shape that needs no introduction, it was the first ever pair of sunglasses that caused a frenzy after it was launched. Even now, the frenzy has hardly subsided!

Originally launched for American pilots during World War II, these sunglasses soon got into the hands of civilians and boy, did it leave it’s mark. 8 decades later, it’s still one of the most inspired vintage shaped sunglasses.

Adding to it’s iconic status was the fact that it was sported by so many icons across time. Some of them include Michael Jackson, Tom Cruise, Al Pacino & closer home, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar and many more!

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At Glassic, we have created some pretty unique pieces of Pilot sunglasses. One made from light weight & flexible stainless steel & another made from the strong & robust material, Aluminium. Check them out below!

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4) DOUBLE BRIDGE

Double bridge sunglasses, as the name suggests, has a bridge with parallel lines (one above the other). Hence, the name Double Bridge.

These fashionable sunglasses provide you with a super edgy look. It’s been worn by a number of celebrities such as Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro. It’s designed to showcase a look of luxury and boldness.

We have some of the most distinctive double bridge shape of sunglasses for men. The light tortoise colours are something you don’t see everyday! Check it out:

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5) MIRRORS

Mirror sunglasses are shades with mirror reflector tints. These are in vogue today with a variety of mirror tint colours being available.

Originally, mirror tints were created as a way to cut out additional glare. But today, as with many functional creations, it has not become a fashion statement. At Glassic, we have a variety of mirror tinted sunglasses, as you can see below, for both men & women.

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An interesting point to know is that, unlike other brands who have different lines for polarised & non-polarised sunglasses, all our sunglasses (mirror & non-mirror tints) come with Polarised lenses.

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