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Wearing Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses makes a cool, confidently retro fashion statement. Wearing oversized sunnies is bold...
Wearing Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses makes a cool, confidently retro fashion statement. Wearing oversized sunnies is bold and playful. Put the two together with Wayfarers and itâ€™s a knockout look. So how do you bump up the size of Wayfarers to make a striking, classic style even more eye-catching? Youâ€™ve got plenty of options.
The Iconic Wayfarer Shape
First, letâ€™s take a moment to ray ban aviator classic rb3025 appreciate the classic look before taking it XL. The familiar Wayfarerâ€™s frame was designed by Ray-Ban designer Raymond Stegeman in 1952. Initially, the glasses had a slight cat-eye shape before quickly evolving into the unmistakable trapezoid outline well known and beloved today.Â
Their mid-century modern vibe made the style an instant hit. They were donned by both eminently cool and counterculture celebrities, such as Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, and James Dean. After a lull in popularity in the 1970s, their starring roles in the movies The replica ray ban aviator classic Blues Brothers and Risky Business in the 1980s brought them back from the brink of obscurity and theyâ€™ve since become a timeless accessory. Today, you can get your hands on Classic Wayfarers or New Wayfarers, which have a slightly more streamlined silhouette.
Go For a Larger Eye Size
The eye size of glasses (sunglasses or regular) cheap ray bans sunglasses uk sale is the measurement of the lens frame from the temple across to the bridge. The eye size is measured in millimeters, with the number generally found on the inside of the earpiece or bridge. Itâ€™s a two digit number between 42 and 60, with 42 being the smallest and 60 the largest. To get an oversized sunglasses look, opt for a pair closer to 60 and the overall lens frames will be bigger, giving you the mod, larger-than-life look. This is a tactic that works for both men and women, and it easy to achieve with the unisex Ray-Ban Wayfarers.