If you’re after affordable, stylish, and durable thin sunglasses that are perfect for the outdoors and have the same quality as designer glasses — but without the expensive price tag — our collection of thin frame sunglasses from Detour Sunglasses is your go-to choice.
Detour’s tips on how to wear thin sunglasses
Just like a tailored outfit that accentuates your figure, sunglasses need to suit your face shape. This is why knowing how to find the perfect pair of thin sunglasses will come in handy. Once you’ve identified your face shape, you'll know what parts of your face can use a little more oomph. Whether you want to highlight your favorite facial feature from your brows to your cheekbones, picking the right pair can make a world of difference.
Whether you have an oval, round, square, triangle, heart, diamond, or oblong face shape, you can match the right thin frame sunglasses to your face by considering your sunglasses' shape, color, and fit.
Here are our hot tips on how to wear thin sunglasses for your face.
Sunglass shapes vary from cat-eye to aviator, but picking the right one for your face is easier than we think. For example, thin sunglasses are perfect for those with a square-shaped face as they won’t overwhelm your facial features. If you have a triangular face, then aviator and cat-eye thin sunglasses are perfect to work with your features as the glass shape is bold on top and light on the bottom. By combining a mix of round and angular-shaped frames for your triangular face, it’ll work best to accentuate your facial features. If you have an oval-shaped face, you’re in luck because most sunglasses shapes will suit your face. People with an oval face have a softly rounded forehead and chin, with reasonably balanced proportions, so we'd recommend you opt for styles that are a little wider than the broadest part of your face. Suitable shapes include cat eye, aviators, pointed, rectangular, and square sunglasses.
For your everyday look, you can always try statement black thin framed sunglasses or try brown to accentuate your features. Depending on your skin tone, you can always opt for bright and weird vibrant tones with blues, greens, and polarized colors. If you’re looking at the color of your lens, you want to consider your activity and how much UV protection you’re after. If you’re out in the sun, we recommend you consider a green lens, as it’s ideal for both sunny and low-light environments and has a way of reducing glare while brightening shadows. Now, if you’re out by the water or even fishing, we recommend you try the gray-colored lens, as its neutral color reduces glare.
Thin framed sunglasses are on-trend and considered high fashion, with many celebrities rocking thin sunglasses out on the streets and the runway. Not only do they sit better on your face as they’re more flexible, but thin-framed sunglasses are light and well suited for those who lead an active lifestyle — which is precisely what Detour Sunglasses is all about.