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The latest eyewear trends as told by Specsavers

Want to know the trends in eyewear to look out for this this season? It’s all about statement shapes, interesting materials and pastel tones. With more than 200 new pieces launching in-store at Specsavers across the season, the new releases will ensure you have no trouble finding a frame to suit your unique style.

This season, pastel tones and bold uses of acetate play a big part in Translucents, Soft Moss, Updated Earth Tones and Soft Touches of Grey, as does premium metals, textured surfaces and asymmetrical shapes in the Molten Metal trend.

-Specsavers’ Head of Frames, Juan Carlos Camargo

Soft Moss

Cool, calming and creative. A tinted take on a natural colour – ‘Soft Moss’ encompasses subtle grey undertones with hints of teal and green. This colour palette is understated, minimalist and works well for both men and women.


Premium, ethereal transient looks and pink crystals. These styles make a statement with their understated quality and the modern feel of a barely-there frame. The translucent trend allows glasses wearers to play around with colours and the materials within their frames. Choose a transparent acetate frame with a metal core for a subtle sophisticated touch or add some glitter if you want to brighten up your look.

Molten Metals

Elegant, manipulated, abstract. Classic yellow gold and pale silver make a statement within this trend, with rose gold and satin finishes present to provide you with a touch of elegance. Textured metal details and irregular shapes complement the weightless and refined quality within this trend.

SuperDry $89 or 4 x $22.25

Updated Earth Tones

Umber, natural shades. Updated Earth Tones embodies the timeless look of reds with a warmer, more natural focus. The colour palette features rich browns and tortoiseshell with hints of red or yellow. This trend incorporates styles that are perfect for work, brunch to your lazy Sunday afternoon.

Soft Touches of Grey

Minimalist subtle tones. This trend embodies the season of Autumn/Winter, as minimalistic and subtle greys come back into play. The look can be executed in a myriad of ways – whether it’s as a pop of colour or a complementary detail to truly lift an outfit.

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