Every decade Glasses become one of the accessories that continues to evolve from time to time. Starting from a visual aid for people who need it, now it has become a form of fashion statement that should be considered. Large to small frames, dark to bright colors, trends always come and go. Therefore, Mister tries to recap the most popular men’s eyewear trends in every decade to inspire your daily style. Michaelkors Outlet

1. The 1950s

Browline Glasses – Browline sunglasses are not only popular, but they account for 50% of sunglasses sales in that era! Lots of famous figures are seen often wearing glasses of this type ranging from veteran actor James Dean to activist Malcolm X. In this modern era there are many variants for this type of glasses. Starting from the color, shape, size, and material with one thing in common, namely the thick upper frame so that it resembles eyebrows.

2. The 1960s

Retro-squared Glasses – This type of sunglasses is a symbol of ‘cool’ in his era. Its popularity slowly increased in the 1960s among creative figures such as Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol. In recent years, this type of glasses has slowly begun to surface and Mister predictions will not disappear for the next few years.

3. The 1970s

Tinted-lens Glasses – Changes in social and political climate are so drastic, the trend in this decade is controlled by the generation of ‘Flower Power’. Through the slogan “peace, love, and rose-colored shades, baby”, the trend of sunglasses with colored lenses is fronted by a variety of top musicians. Names such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, to John Lennon are some of the individuals who had a big influence in that era. Tas Branded

Tinted Lens Glasses
Tinted Lens Glasses

4. The 1980s

Aviator Glasses Although it was born long before this generation, the trend of this pilot eyewear just exploded in the 1980s. The film Top Gun, played by Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis, is responsible for the increase in sales of these eyewear, which reached 40% after the film was released. Since then, the trend of pilot sunglasses has never died and has always been the choice of many modern men.

5. The 1990s

Round Glasses If everything seems big and thick in the ’80s, then the’ 90s are the opposite. Glasses trends in this decade are dominated by round frames with smaller and minimalist shapes. Side by side with the style of “grunge” as the center of music and fashion in that era. Sepatu Branded

6. The 2000s

Futuristic Glasses The new millennium opened the futuristic trend in all lines, one of which is glasses. Slimmer shape is the most visible characteristic in this era. One of the characters who represent the trends of this era is Neo (played by Keanu Reeves) in the film Matrix.

Michaelkors Outlet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *