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Upload a photo and start virtual fitting of sunglasses to find your perfect frame. The effect is like a digital mirror that superimposes all kinds of glasses on your own face. We help in finding the perfect pair of sunglasses, combined with the ease of online shopping. Choose from more than thousands of designer sunglasses from the leading brands.
How to find the perfect sunglasses?

The right choice of sunglasses is highly dependent on your facial features and hair color, which makes it impossible to find a flattering frame without trying it on. Our best styling advice is to choose one that brings your face into balance. How? Always pick a frame that complements your face in its shape and color to accentuate its features. Squared face shapes look friendlier with softly curved frames and round faces need geometric styles. Furthermore, warm skin or hair colors look better with sunglasses in cool colors like khaki, gold or copper. Cool face tones work better with black and warm reddish colors. The perfect frame will bring your face in balance and create the look you want. Try different types of sunglasses easily with our online fitting tool and youíll see it yourself!
Wayfarer sunglasses

The Wayfarer is said to be the best-selling style of sunglasses in history. It all began in 1952, when the American Ray-Ban eyewear designer Raymond Stegeman got the brilliant idea to create a frame of hard plastic instead of thin metal that was normally used those days. Then the Wayfarer was born! The sunglasses gained great popularity in both men and women, thanks to its shape that fits on almost every face and thanks to a countless number of celebrities that became fan of the sunglasses. Although the original Wayfarers are still available, the frames underwent some redesign over the years and an updated version with rounder glasses also came on the market. Even now, more than 60 years later, the Wayfarer is still in fashion and available in great new styles. Enjoy your summer with these sunglasses that now come in gorgeous bright colors and pretty prints.
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Wood sunglasses

Itís time to change your plastic pair of sunglasses into a wooden frame to keep up with the latest trends! Yes, wood, one of the oldest materials around us, is gaining back popularity because of its excellent properties. It is extremely lightweight, avoiding a painful nose at the end of a sunny day, and it lasts longer than most other materials. Keep in mind that we even build houses of wood! Importantly, it obviously is a natural material from which sunglasses can be produced in a sustainable, eco-friendly way. Celebrities including Beyonce, Reese Witherspoon, Snoop Dogg, Jessica Chastain and Kate Middleton have been spotted already with wooden frames. Wood and bamboo sunglasses are available now in several unique, new and trendy styles!

How to protect your eyes from the sun?

Sunglasses are becoming a great fashion accessory and can make you feel like a superstar. It is even a fact that wearing them makes us more attractive. They hide small asymmetries in our face and create an interesting mysterious look. A lot of people tend to forget that the main reason to use sunglasses is to protect our eyes from the sun. The ultraviolet (UV) rays in sunlight can damage our eyes and even induce some eye-diseases. It is therefore important to select a pair of sunglasses with a high level of UV protection, which can always be found at the specifications of the glasses. It is recommended to choose one that blocks 99 or 100% of UV rays. These days, large glasses are a popular fashion trend and the good thing is that they are also the best choice to protect your eyes. Close-fitting frames with large glasses protect you from sunlight coming from all angles since they cover your entire eye. Note that the color of the glasses does not indicate the level of UV protection. However, depending on your needs, the color of the glasses can still be important: gray lenses are neutral and sharpen color perception, brown or yellow lenses enhance contrast by blocking blue colors, which makes them popular for skiers. Glasses with a gradient that are darker on top and lighter on the bottom are very appropriate for driving, since they reduce glare. Polarized glasses also protect from reflections on water or snow.