Now that school has started, the dazzling rays of the summer sun will begin to set on shorter fall days. While you may be putting away your summer gear, accessories like sunglasses can not only follow you into fall, but also serve your need for UVA/UVB eye protection. Peepers sunglasses are especially great for year-round wear thanks to UV400 level sun protection and options for no correction, reading, or bifocal lenses, with or without glare-blocking polarization.
Which styles are perfect to keep the sun shining on your ensembles throughout the year? Here are a few favorite pairs of Peepers to perk up your fall, winter, and spring wardrobe until the sun of summer returns.
Highbrow adds a dose of dashing to any gentleman’s wardrobe thanks to classic, masculine styling and neutral hues that go with literally everything. Pair these square, lightweight Highbrow frames in honey tortoise or slick black with any outfit, from a simple jeans-tee-leather jacket combo for fall, to the bulkier layers of winter.
Can you ever go wrong with the sunglasses that have made Oprah’s favorite list? The answer is a resounding no, and if you don’t yet have a pair of Shine On stunners, now is the time. These standout showstoppers are a must for every lady.
These eye-catching shades are the statement piece that not only complements every outfit in any season, but also defines your personal style year-round. Whether you choose classic black, traditional tortoise, or trendy taupe (with subtle glitter on black and taupe frames), you’ll get celeb-level attention.
Vintage appeal never looked better with the classic, double bridge style of Beach Vibes. Celebs like Ryan Gosling, Zachary Quinto, and even the Biebs have been spotted sporting the double bridge look that is trending hard this year, and it’s easy to see why. These slender frames with added detail at the bridge are just the right amount of extra, giving you too-cool styling and sun protection for every season.
The retro appeal of Water Color is sure to garner compliments, and pastel pink or turquoise hues will add a pop of much-needed color during the dim days of fall and winter.