Aviator sunglasses for women were made famous by women like Jackie Onassis. Now Specs Addict adds their own style to these iconic fashion glasses.
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Aviator sunglasses, often referred to as "pilot's glasses", are a style of sunglasses developed by Bausch & Lomb in 1936, who branded them as the now famous Ray-Ban.

They derived their name from the fact that their purpose in life was to protect pilot's, or aviator's eyes. It only took a year before Ray-Ban began marketing the sunglasses to the public.

The typical aviator glasses are characterised by dark, often reflective lenses having an area two or three times the area of the eyeball. Traditionally, they were made with very thin metal frames with double (or even triple) bridge and bayonet earpieces, or flexible cable temples that hook behind the ears.

The original design featured G-15 tempered glass lenses, or rather, natural green, which transmitted 20% of incoming light. The large lenses were not flat but slightly convex. It seems that the design attempts to cover the entire range of the human eye and prevent as much light as possible from entering the eye from any angle.

Now, in 2012, a new company called Specs Addict has taken the old style aviators and modernised them.

Aviator Sunglasses for Women

This style is timeless, classic and glamorous. Aviator Sunglasses for Women remain an iconic fashion accessory, and work whether you are looking to compliment your outfit, look cool on the beach, or disguise "last night's eyes". Aviator Sunglasses remain a popular choice for ladies of all ages.

The legendary shape of Aviators flatters most face shapes and ensures that your best features are highlighted. Any outfit, in any season, will be flattered by Aviator sunglasses because one thing remains true: that legendary shape is not going anywhere.

Aviator Prescription Glasses for Women

Do you want to be a hipster? Do you not want to be a hipster? Either way, women's aviator glasses are the coolest style around. Taking a nod from the iconic aviator style of the 1970s and 80s, Specs Addict's aviator glasses have a modern twist fused with retro coolness.

For a big, bold look, the choice unequivocally remains aviator prescription glasses for women.

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The above video features a few candid snippets from the Specs Addict eyewear photo shoot. The model above is Shadae Magson, and the soundtrack was used with the kind permission of Black Label Australia.

Visit Specs Addict at www.specsaddict.com.au.

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