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3 Eyewear Trends for Men to Try Right Now!

3 Eyewear Trends for Men to Try Right Now!

Who said glasses are only for nerds? They’re the easiest way to up one’s style game, without actually making an effort. In fact, many men (and women alike) are putting on their glasses just to make a fashion statement.

Men’s fashion has evolved from basic to vibrant and energetic, and men have become more experimental with their ensembles. So why stop at clothes and shoes? It’s time to go a step further - frame your face the right way with these trending eyewear styles of the season.

From Vintage Metals to Dapper Dual-tones and Timeless Tortoiseshells, we’ve narrowed down the three eyewear trends that are making heads turn, wherever they go.

The Classic Updatewith Tortoiseshell

Tortoiseshell glasses are a popular choice amongst men. We’ve given this classic style a contemporary update. Their usual patterns are now replaced by an exciting summer look with new colour combinations and shapes. If you’re looking for something that’s fun yet sophisticated, then these eyeglasses are meant for you.

Pop Them Colours

Is there a better time to sport beautiful bright colours than summers? Give your eyewear a colour refresh with these smart, dual-toned eyeglasses and spruce up your look. The Aviator-inspired straight brow line is all the rage while the bright blue is just enough to add a cool allure.

Retro Charm

If you’ve been donning thick eyeglasses all this while, it’s time to revive your look with the 70s-inspired thin, metal frames. Stylish and cool, these frames have a pinch of the vintage vibes mixed with a bold and a modern edge. They are the perfect choice for those who like to stay in tune with fashion.

When it comes to finding the right pair of eyewear to take your style a step ahead, look no beyond than these uber-cool and fashionable frames from John Jacobs. You are surely going to fall in love with them!


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