SS17 Eyewear Trends: The low-down.

Warmer weather and sunny skies call for sunglasses and shorts. The SS17 eyewear trend is all about showing off the accessory that highlights your features best and protects your eye health in one. A particular Eyelash Logic favourite is Quay Australia offering 100% UV protection, comfortable fit and stylish features to team with any look.

So, what ARE the summers hottest eyewear trends?

#1 The Classic Oversized Sunnies

The timeless oversized sunglasses are a statement piece suited to any face shape. Plus, they're set to be bang-on trend for many more seasons to come! The SUPER GIRL glamorous oversized sunnies offer a modern and vintage undertone, coming in four luminous colours to suit ANY style.


#2 Double Wire

Quay x Desi - Bring on the heat in these road trip ready oversized aviators designed in collaboration with Desi Perkins. The perfect specs to rock this festival season for those square-faced beauties out there.


#3 The Perfect Circle

IT'S A SIN  - £35.00

IT'S A SIN - £35.00

The HUGELY underrated round glasses can be seen on many top designer shows, indicating this style being a must-have for SS17. IT'S A SIN can be rocked by heart shaped faces with ease, teamed with a bold brow and high-pony.


#4 Cat-Eyed Beauty

These dramatic pointed cat eye sunnies are a serious show stopper, featuring thick plastic frames and a molded nose bridge. Make a statement with the KITTI sunglasses from Quay Australia, suiting oval face shapes with it's upswept style, complimenting high cheekbones.


#5 The Aviator

Currently one of the most iconic sunglasses in the world, the aviators can glam up any look. Teamed with square face shape, MUSE offers functionality, style and protection with Quay's 100% UV protection feature.


Sunglasses are a great fashion accessory, but we mustn't forget that their most important job is to protect your eyes from the sun’s UV rays. Without taking these precautions, the sun can cause the following effects to the eyes:

  • Cataracts. An estimated 20% of cases are caused by extended UV exposure.
  • Macular degeneration, resulting from damage to the retina that destroys central vision. Macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in the USA. 
  • Pterygium, a tissue growth over the white part of the surface of the eye that can alter the curve of the eyeball, causing astigmatism. 

When purchasing sunglasses, look for ones that block 100% of both UVA and UVB radiation, so you can keep your vision sharp and eyes healthy. For more information on your eye health, contact Dr. Christopher Stephen on