Spring has Sprung finally – is it just us, or does it feel like this winter has been exceptionally long?
For that springtime refresh we’re going to inject some colour through your ultimate accessory. When it comes to this time of year we often look to colour to liven up our outfit and to reflect what is happening around us. The trees are starting to see some colour again, the sky is less of a murky grey colour and the sun is starting to improve the British mood ten-fold. It is a well-known fact* that Brits with sunglasses on are happier people (especially if they happen to be in a beer garden at the same time).
*don't ask us to verify that one
Here are some shades and frames that are sure to put a spring in your step this Spring/Summer…
It’s the colour of the sun and known to be one of the happiest colours, so it is almost impossible to be left feeling blue when walking around with these bad boys on. This Guess pair feature stunning yellow half sides are bound to make you smile from ear to ear.
Living Coral is Pantone’s colour of the year this year, and we can see why…
One of our favourite things about this time of year is going for a walk and seeing how the trees coming in to bud are changing daily. Green really is the colour of spring, and we love how green frames can brighten up our day. What do you think?
Whether the lenses themselves or the frame colour, orange seems to have made a splash on the runway this season. Rock this cat eye retro pair and be the ultimate style envy of all your friends this summer. And don't forget - Retrospecced do gold mirrored lenses which look amazing! Just choose the 'mirrored' sunglass option to brighten up any of our frames!
Metallics are a great way to add a different element to your look. This round 1990s pair is amazing, but if that’s not quite your style, why not get us to add a mirrored lens to your favourite Retrospecced frames and steal the show that way…
Whatever your style, don’t be afraid to wear some colour! Whatever your spring style, we've got some fabulous frames that will suit you here at Retrospecced - and they're all upcycled, so it's guilt-free sustainable fashion!
Thanks to the lovely Paris Richardson for this blog post!