Why You Should Count Sunglasses in Your Fall Wardrobe

Oct 20, 2012 Olympic Eyewear

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Out goes summer and in comes fall. As the seasons change, so does your wardrobe as you start to bring out the sweaters, long-sleeved tops, scarves, and hats. What about your sunglasses? Well they are seldom ever considered part of your fall or winter accessory wardrobe but they should be. Why? Because the sun comes out in the fall too and in fact, continues to emit UV rays year-round. But fall does bring its own unique set of conditions, and sunglasses, in addition to protecting your eyes against too much sun exposure, will now serve you against winds, chill and other changing weather conditions.

Many people actually remain quite active in the fall, taking part in hiking, camping, cycling, or running trips. If you participate in any of these activities this season, you can benefit a great deal from the use of sunglasses to protect your eyes from possible environmental hazards such as dust, dirt, debris, or bugs or injuries.

Wearing sunglasses throughout the fall season is also trendy! Towards the end of Summer 2012, the popular styles coming into the new season were Wayfarer sunglasses, Aviator sunglasses, as well as cat-eye, round-shaped, and animal print sunglasses, with celebrities taking the lead on many of these trends.

Aviator and Wayfarer sunglasses may likely always be in. The popularity of these classic models are so lasting that they may still be trending decades from now as new generations arise to take the fashion baton. Cat-eye and round-shaped sunglasses can create a very sweet look to go with your crisp fall outfits. Animal prints look great with matching accessories or against solid complementary colors of your clothing.

So don't be discouraged because you think you have to put away your sunshades; you may celebrate the new season with a new pair of sunglasses or continue to don your favorite shades.

Olympic Eyewear offers a vast collection of designer wholesale sunglasses with popular discount designer brands such as DG Sunglasses, Biohazard Sunglasses, and X-Loop Sunglasses.

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