Raise your glass!

by Niki Kefala

The sunglasses is one of the few things in life that never goes out of fashion. It is the most trendy accessory and sets a new look every year. Actually, it is the same looks that comes and goes every year. The basic looks in glasses, that every woman and man, must have – at least one of them – are:


Classic aviators have a dark metal frame and reflective lenses. The large lenses were designed to block the sun from all angles, which is why they were worn by pilots back in the day. In the early 1930’s the Army Air Corps helped to create specialized sunglasses that would cut back on the glare that pilots experienced at high altitude, and aviator glasses were born.


Jackie O

Large black frames and lenses, is that style of glasses that Jackie O used to wear and nothing is more chic than this.


John Lennon

John Lennon comes always to mind with this iconic style. While the lenses are always round, the frames can be small or large, skinny or thick, and metal or plastic.



Bad sleeping? Hangover? Boring to do your make up? Mask style glasses, are here to save you.



For the adventure-seekers out there, sport sunglasses are characterized by thin, sleek lenses and are ideal even for climbing – in style – mount Everest. Ok, there is a chance to die up there if you are not fully prepared…


Σου βάζω τα γυαλιά

Με την πάροδο των χρόνων, φαίνεται πως τα γυαλιά είναι το πιο trendy αξεσουάρ και αυτό που καθορίζει ένα look κάθε χρόνο. Στην πραγματικότητα ωστόσο, είναι τα ίδια στυλ που απλά εναλλάσονται μεταξύ τους. Αν θέλετε να είστε πάντα στην μόδα, είναι κάποια βασικά στυλ που πηγαινοέρχονται στον χρόνο. Τα γυαλιά των πιλότων (aviator), τα μεγάλα μαύρα τύπου Τζάκι Ωνάση, οι μάσκες, τα κοκκάλινα γυαλιά σε διάφορα χρώματα, τα σπορ γυαλιά και τα μικρα στρόγγυλα τύπου Τζον Λένον.

Αν έχετε κάποιο πρόβλημα όρασης, βρείτε έναν σκελετό που να ταιριάζει στο πρόσωπο σας, ώστε να γίνει το σήμα-κατατεθέν σας.1


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