4. Mirrored Aviator
The history: Fashion took hold of the aviator’s utilitarian nature—especially in the ’70s, when mirrored lenses were an unstoppable fashion accessory. The sunglasses’ slick, mercury aesthetic was still functional, of course: It helped block out glare (even if that glare was due to a disco ball in a nightclub).
Style points: Have a rebellious sense of fashion, like to stand out, and play to trends? Customize your own mirrored aviator with Ray-Ban’s various classic, gradient, polarized, and mirrored and flash color options. There’s a literal rainbow of options to modernize the traditional look. Like the O.G. Aviator, mirrored Aviators can work for pretty much every face shape.
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