Oval sunglasses style history
A firm 90s favourite, retro oval sunglasses are making a comeback this year, but where did this classic style come from?
Moving away from the oversized frames of the 70s and 80s, the 90s brought sleek silhouettes into fashion, epitomised by the era’s oval-shaped glasses. With softly curved lenses and usually tiny frames, the oval design experimented with a more minimalistic style and quickly became an iconic vintage look. With celebs today back on the retro oval trend, what better time than now to find your own pair of vintage oval sunglasses?
Classic 90s oval sunglasses
Black oval sunglasses
Love the 90s trend but not sure tiny oval sunglasses are for you? Well it’s not just thin metal frames that are in this season. Chunky sunnies are just as cool (if not cooler).
Contemporary twist on retro ovals
Angled oval frames
Tinting your thin, oval specs
If you can’t find the perfect pair of oval sunglasses, don’t worry, because you can transform nearly any pair of glasses into cool sunnies. Opt for green, grey or brown tints and we’ll rework your favourite glasses frames, making them your new statement sunglasses!
Still not sure which frames to go for? You can use our buyer’s guide to help you choose the sunglasses that best suit your face shape.
So whether you’re looking for some tiny oval sunglasses, or more chunky overstated frames, there’s a style out there for you — you just need to look back to the 90s and find it! For more sunglasses style inspo, check out our #LoveGlasses blog.