Designer Sunglasses for Women
Designer Sunglasses for Women
Designer sunglasses for women aren’t just a fashion accessory, they’re also a shield from the sun’s harmful UV rays. At Pearle Vision, we offer a range of sunglasses from some of the most popular designer brands, including Coach, Vogue, Versace, Michael Kors and many more. Whether you’re looking for a classic look or a standout piece, our EyeCare Experts can help you pick the right pair of sunglasses for your lifestyle, face shape and prescription. Read more about your options for women’s designer sunglasses below.
The right frames can make all the differences in how you look and feel in your sunglasses. Women’s designer sunglasses come in a variety of frame shapes, including circle, square, aviator and many more. View our frame shape guide to learn more about the different styles available.
Choosing Lens Colors and Tints for Sunglasses
Colored tints on designer sunglasses for women are a fun way to show off your personality and style. There’s more to consider than just your favorite color though, as different tints offer a range of benefits. Rest assured that regardless of the option you choose, all of our lenses and tints offer UV protection. Color preference, weather conditions and the activities you enjoy doing can help determine which way to go.
Go Bright and Yellow
- Those who frequently use a computer or play video games
- Driving in hazy conditions
- Spending time mountain biking, playing tennis or skiing
Amber or Brown on Sunny Days
Hues of brown or amber offer improved depth perception on clear, sunny days. These tints can help heighten contrast between green landscapes and blue skies. Moreover, amber and brown tints can also help block potentially harmful blue light emitted from digital screens.
- Playing golf or spending time on the water
- Working on a phone, tablet or digital device
- Driving on a sunny day
Green All Day, Every Day
Green glasses can provide strong contrast and color accuracy in both sunny and low-light conditions. A green tint can also help reduce glare, making it the perfect color for playing sports.
- Rainy, sunny or snowy conditions
- Playing field or water sports
You Can’t Go Wrong with Gray
Gray is a versatile color that can go with almost any outfit, making it one of the most popular tints for women’s sunglasses. It’s great in both sunny and cloudy conditions, offering your eyes protection from fatigue and reducing glare.
- General use for being outdoors and driving
- Sunny and overcast days
Never a Bad Day for Blue
Blue tints help enhance color perception and can also reduce glare, making them ideal for snowy conditions or when out on the water.
- Outside in the snow, on the field or in the water
- In foggy or snowy conditions
Pop with Red or Pink
Red and pink tints are a fun way to make your eyes pop while enhancing visual depth and vision. These shades also help block blue light and reduce eye strain when staring at digital screens.
- Snowy conditions
- Working on tablets, phones or other digital screens
In and Out with Photochromic (Clear) Tint
Photochromic lenses, also referred to as self-tinting glasses, go from clear to dark when activated by the sun’s UV rays. For those with prescription glasses, photochromic lenses eliminate the need for carrying two pairs of eyeglasses.
- All purposes and people who use progressive lenses, bifocals or high-index lenses
- Both indoors and outdoors
In addition to tint, you’ll also want to consider the frame’s material. Metal and plastic are among the most common. Read about each one below.
Acetate Frame Sunglasses
Acetate frames are very popular because they’re affordable and offer a diverse selection of shapes and colors. Plastic frames are durable, lightweight and comfortable to wear. Most plastic frames are also hypoallergenic.
Metal Frame Sunglasses
Metal frames are lightweight, easy-to-adjust and durable. While they may not come in as many color options as acetate frames, they don’t discolor easily in the sun and are designed to last a long time. You can find metal frames in colors such as gold, silver and black. Most metal frames will also be hypoallergenic.
Need a prescription? Before purchasing any designer sunglasses for women, schedule an eye exam at your neighborhood Pearle Vision EyeCare Center. Our experts can help ensure that you see as great as you look.