A new year means new eyewear trends. But what are some of the trends you can look forward to in 2021?
Read through today’s blog post to see what eyewear styles are popular right now. Make sure your prescription is up-to-date and stop by Visions Optique and Eyecare in Scottsdale to welcome 2021 with new eyewear!
Eyewear Trends for 2021
Whether you lean towards retro eyewear styles or want whatever is the latest, you can’t go wrong with eyewear from Visions Optique. Learn more about some unique styles and give them a try today!
It’s 2021, so have some fun! Pick your favorite geometric shape and make that your new eyewear! From a hexagon or octagon to uneven circles or even squares, we’ve seen a lot of different geometric shaped glasses.
This retro cat-eye style is something that never goes out of style. Make a bold statement and accent with a cat-eye for your next pair of eyeglasses.
Ramp up your style with a pair of aviators! Or, if you don’t want to commit to aviator frames for your normal glasses, treat yourself to a new pair of aviator sunglasses. All that we know is that you can never go wrong with the classic aviator style that Ray-Ban is known for!
Looking for something different? Get yourself a pair of wooden frames. Wood frames have been around for a while but with more options becoming available, you’ll start to notice more people picking up on the trend of wooden frames.
Blue Light Glasses
Whether you work from home or in an office setting, if you spend all day sitting in front of a computer, it might be time to invest in a pair of prescription eyewear that filters out blue light.
Blue light is responsible for eye strain and can affect your ability to sleep at night. If you’re spending more time sitting in front of a computer or screen, find eyewear with the option to add a film to filter out eyewear. Even if you don’t need glasses, you can get frames that just block out blue light!
Want something totally different? Go bold with a bright color or a unique frame — something that you usually wouldn’t choose! Instead of sticking to a neutral frame that goes well with anything, decide that you want your glasses to stand out no matter what you wear with the right pair of statement glasses.