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Combinations with Ray Ban sunglasses

Hippie look with Ray-Ban sunglasses

When the festival season starts, the Ray-Ban Round is booming. How to do it like the stars at the Coachella in California: Destroyed denim shorts are the ideal base. This fits a fringed top or a crop-free slogan shirt. If you like it more playful, a floor-length skirt with a short carmen blouse is a pretty alternative. Combine the John Lennon-style Ray-Ban Round or the Ray-Ban aviator aviator sunglasses, a hippie headband or a wide-brimmed hat, and your festival style will not be outnumbered by Sienna Miller, Alessandra Ambrosio or Vanessa Hudgens.

With Ray-Ban sunglasses for a hipster look

The tight skinny jeans continue to be the must-have for male and female hipsters. Not only when the first rays of sun come out, this may only be ankle length. At the latest, the nerd glasses Ray-Ban Wayfarer should not be missing as a standard accessory. You can complete the mix of street-style look and designer goods with a simple T-shirt with label print, for example from Saint Laurent or Marc Jacobs . For the icing on the cake, you can choose your wayfarer and a pair of Chucks in the same color.

Cool business with Ray-Ban sunglasses

Businessmen can often do without the jacket even in hot temperatures. Add a touch of summer flair to your office outfit with Ray-Ban sunglasses. Choose the one you like best from Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Aviator and Co. and show other suit wearers that the business ensemble can be cool as well. For the afterwork drinks, the look is quickly relaxed: Tie away, the shirt unbuttoned a little - Caution, not too far! - once scrubbed through the hair, sunglasses on - ready.

First editions of Ray-Ban sunglasses in second-hand shops

The first Ray-Ban sunglasses were designed in 1937. Since then ever new forms have been developed. With today's models, Ray-Ban has revived the popular designs of the 20th century. If you'd rather have an original like Andy Warhol or Marlon Brando once wore, you can go second-hand to finding the first editions of the glasses. It's also worthwhile browsing through vintage shops if you want to continuously expand your Ray-Ban collection: second-hand models often cost far less.

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Popular sunglasses models from Ray-Ban

Ray-Ban Aviator

In the 1930s, the Ray-Ban parent company Bausch & Lomb was commissioned to develop aviation goggles, which protects the US pilots from strong sunlight. That was the birth of Ray-Ban Aviator. Today, they are available in many variants, which are usually priced around 150 euros. Typically, the classic aviator features a gilded metal frame and green or brown lenses. Based on the unmistakable drop shape of 1937, there are now various sub-collections: The models of the Aviator Havana Collection are inspired by the retro charm of Cuba. In the Aviator Gradient Collection, the glasses are tinted with discreet color gradients. There is also the handy folding aviator folding and design specials like the Aviator Outdoorsman with its distinctive crossbar. Ray-Ban sets no limits in the color palette for the Aviator: The glasses are available in bright blue, orange, red, pink and green as well as mirrored or shaded. The frames are not always in metal look, but also in one color or, for example, with camouflage pattern. In addition, among other things, extra-durable aviators are manufactured.
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Ray-Ban Wayfarer

Who wants to buy the popular Ray-Ban nerd glasses, must first decide between the original and the New Wayfarer. The Original Wayfarer came on the market in 1952 and was then worn by stars such as James Dean or President John F. Kennedy. The frame of the New Wayfarer is a bit smaller and less edgy. The models are usually slightly cheaper than the original, which start at around 140 euros. Both are available as Classic with black or patterned hangers as well as with brown or green glasses. Although there are also the New Wayfarer in various variants, the designers of Ray-Ban are always come up with new ideas for the sub-collections of the Original Wayfarer. The frames of the collection Original Wayfarer Fleck have a colorful mottled pattern. Possible color combinations range from colorful glasses to two-tone hangers to denim-look frames. Stylish and expensive are the leather-covered models of the Original Wayfarer Leather line. Flexible and resistant, the Original Wayfarer Liteforce collection was designed so that the eyewear is suitable as a companion in all circumstances.

Ray-Ban Clubmaster

One of the so-called Browline Glasses is the Ray-Ban Clubmaster. This sunglass style owes its name to the wide upper frame, which surmounted the glasses like eyebrows. Ray-Ban became one of the leading manufacturers as early as the mid-twentieth-century browline eyewear became a cool intellectual favorite. Today, the classic Ray-Ban Clubmaster available with black or brown frame and different tinted glasses. The Clubmaster Fleck collection is characterized by its leopard-like color scheme. Eye-catching combinations, such as bright blue glasses to the aluminum frame in silver look, ensure that the charm of Clubmaster never fades. With a wooden frame the Clubmaster Wood impresses. Who wants it practically, accesses the foldable version. Starting from the typical Clubmaster form, Ray-Ban has now brought two other design variants on the market, which are like the basic model depending on the material around 150 euros: The Clubmaster Oversized is by the size of the frame adapted glasses less extravagant. In the Clubround, Ray-Ban combines two of the brand's hottest styles in a single model, Clubmaster and Round.
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Ray-Ban Round

The small, round lenses, the Beatles star John Lennon loved wearing, are today a must for the perfect hippie style. Ray-Ban's version of the Seventies-style sunglasses is the Round model. The classic round for around 140 euros has a metal frame and glasses in shades of brown, blue or green. The other color palette ranges from copper or light blue to violet and yellow. The frame of the Round is patterned, monochrome or metal produced. The sunglasses from the Round Light Ray sub-line have a thick frame that is sometimes available in black, gray and transparent optics. In addition, they are characterized by high-tech materials and special durability for universal use. If you do not want to look so much like Hippe, you can opt for one of the further developments of the Ray-Ban Round: The lenses of the Round Oval Flat Lenses are not as circular as those of the original model. The recently developed Round Hexagonal Flat Lenses used hexagonal glasses instead of rounds.

Popular Styles with Ray Ban Sunglasses

Because sunglasses from Ray-Ban are suitable for anything, they are also worn for everything. To torn jeans and leather jackets, the fashion people combines them as well as party or beach dress. Especially welcome: An uncomplicated styling that looks like worn-out hair or messy bun after out-of-bed. With a coffee mug in hand and the dark Ray-Ban on the nose, the It look is perfect. In addition to the classics, the wild color combinations are especially popular. Mirrored glasses in blue or pink give every outfit a crazy touch. If you're still looking for the best style for your Ray-Ban sunglasses, have a look at our Pinterest board.

Materials of Ray Ban sunglasses

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Ray-Ban has never forgotten that the first in-house eyewear was made by a company for medical-optical devices for fighter pilots. An effective protection against solar radiation was the premise for the first prototype "Anti-Glare" and finally gave the brand its name. Even today, the lenses reliably block UVA and UVB rays as well as harmful blue light. Are made crystal or plastic glasses. While the former should provide a particularly clear view, those made of plastic are lighter and therefore particularly comfortable to wear. For example, if you drive a lot or do sports outdoors, it's best to choose extra polarized lenses for your dream model. This advanced technology in the sunglass segment, which has been researched in the Ray-Ban lab for decades, prevents glare from shiny surfaces such as chrome or water.

Glasses & Co.

If your second-hand find is equipped with it, you will recognize the P next to the characteristic label signature on the right lens. The classic G-15 glasses are available in brown or green. In addition, many sunglasses are available with both conventional mirror and flash lenses for extra shine. Add to that the wide range of colors: you can choose between light or dark blue, purple or violet, cyclam or red, different gradients and much more. Depending on the purpose or model, the racks from Ray-Ban are made of different alloyed metals. There's the rugged Ray-Ban Memo Ray, the Ray-Ban Carbon Fiber for extra slim straps, the lightest Ray-Ban Light-Ray material, Ray-Ray Liteforce, which was originally designed for cutting-edge technology, and the universal Ray-Ban Titanium , Again and again, the designers of the brand for special editions or reissues of classic styles on raw materials that are not otherwise part of the repertoire. For example, the Clubmaster is also available with a wooden frame, and the original Wayfarer comes with leather upholstery in between.

Fake Check Ray Ban Sunglasses

Anyone who has ever seen Ray-Ban sunglasses at a market stall on holiday can generally assume that they are fakes. To make sure you get an authentic model on Second Hand, pay attention to the model number that should be read on the inside of the temples. The unfolding should go smoothly thanks to the high quality metal joints. Many eyeglasses include the initials RB on the inside of the nose pieces. In addition, the company name should be depending on the model inside or outside of the temples and on the right glass with more tips from our Ray-Ban Fake Check Video you go with the second-hand purchase on the safe side.

Alternatives to Ray Ban Sunglasses

If you like the style of Ray-Ban, but you just want to look through a different brand, you should look at the assortment of Porsche Design. Some models of the label are strikingly similar to the Ray-Ban repertoire. Porsche Design carries a variety of aviator sunglasses in various sizes and colors, such as the P'8478 or the slightly smaller P'8508, which look much the same as the Ray-Ban Aviator. The John Lennon style of the Ray-Ban Round can also match the Porsche version P'8631 of the Seventies model. If you are looking for an exclusive version of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer, you might find it at Porsche Design: The corresponding model P'8898 in black or brown is made of wood and horn. However, the noble piece beats with almost 1000 euros to book. Unfortunately, the other sunglasses from Porsche Design are usually twice to three times as expensive as their Ray-Ban counterparts. Second hand it looks different: In vintage shops you can certainly dust off a cheap Porsche glasses. If you do not like them or if the second-hand prices are a bit too high for you, you should consider offering high-street stores like Zara, Mango or H & M. Adaptations of popular eyeglass shapes are usually available there for less than 50 euros.

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