Cold Weather Styles Must Haves Going Into Winter.
Sure, you can buy a new scarf or vest to scratch that fall fashion itch, but nothing makes a more meaningful impact on your style than a new pair of frames. We know you don’t like to limit yourself to just one pair, so if you’re looking to be the coolest pumpkin carver this Halloween, keep these tips in mind:
1. Soft colors. As a general rule, a bold color is an easy way to make your frames pop on your face… and in a crowd. Now that fall is here and Minnesotans are bracing for the cold, it’s time to break out the sweaters and also subdue the eyewear colors. The days are getting shorter but that just means your nights start early. And nighttime is the right time for deep purples, dark greens and rich blues. Collecting the right seasonal eyewear means you will have the right frames for the months – and future autumns – to come.
2. Chunky frames. They’re go-to for a reason. They make you feel safe, and even block the wind; they’re like soft, flannel pajamas for your face! And while thin frames are definitely trending upwards, don’t hesitate to break out a burly pair for the wind, snow and sleet that you know is on the way.
3. Cold in, Havanas out. Falling leaves marks a wardrobe change, as well as the time to put the Havana frames on the shelf and pull out the dark tortoise. Besides the functionality of a bigger lens, the subtle browns and greens signal your transition into the colder months. We at Huxley love us some bright frames, but let’s keep those on the shelf until Opening Day.