Aviators were the first sunglasses to use a green lens that filtered UV rays. They were originally developed by American suppliers of eye care Bausch & Lomb and later popularized by Ray-Ban. Many brands include this popular design in their collection. Here are a few tips to help you choose your next pair of Aviators.
Aviator glasses express luxury and sophistication with their grandiosity and style. So, here are some simple pointers that you can use to end up with the best ones.
Aviators come in various prices. Determine how much you are able to spend for your sunglasses. Remember that eyewear is both a luxury and a necessity (as it helps you protect your eyes), so always sacrifice on the budget, not on the quality.
Sunglasses that fit your face perfectly is the second most important thing when choosing sunglasses. If the sunglasses are not hugging your temples and your ears very well, do not buy them. Remember that discomfort can ruin your overall appearance.
Make sure you choose the frame colour that matches the clothes you wear most. Aviator glasses usually come in gold and black frames. There are also some with bold colours. If you are not sure what is best for you, go with the neutral ones.
For the lens tint, use the colour of your eyes as reference. Lens tints usually come in three colours – gray, amber, and black. If you are fond of outdoor activities, amber coloured lenses will keep the object sharp while blocking the bright rays of the sun.
Finally, brand has always been an important factor when it comes to luxury items such as aviator sunglasses. It is also important to consider the level of UV protection as they do not only serve as fashion accessories, sunglasses also help protect your eyes.
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