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Blue is back: The eyewear colour of spring

Blue glasses and sunglasses are making a big statement in the eyewear world. From street style to catwalks, you can find pops of this colour everywhere in fashion right now.

If last season was all about red, this spring, blue is set to be the trending colour. From bold cobalt blue to subtle navy tones, blue glasses come in all shades and frames and make the perfect springtime accessory.

The best thing about blue glasses? They look good on everyone. No matter your skin tone or hair colour, there's a shade of blue that will suit you. Plus, they let you show off your style while still keeping things simple.

So, give blue a try to freshen up your look this season. Keep reading to learn more about blue frame glasses and sunglasses and how to style them with confidence.

Oversized blue sunglasses

Picture this. You’re sitting by the beach watching the deep blue waves splash against the shore. What better accessory to be wearing than a pair of chunky blue oversized sunglasses?

These Specsavers Porthcawl sunglasses feature a unique mosaic pattern at the front and down the sides, with hints of purple, turquoise and gold lamination highlighting the dark blue glasses frame — a perfect accessory for the beach.

Blue lens sunglasses

Looking for a pair of blue sunglasses that make your eyes pop? Look no further than these two-tone blue lens sunglasses from Converse. The navy blue glasses frame is contrasted with a splash of bold cobalt blue in the middle and blue sunglasses lenses.

Pair with beige chinos and a white linen shirt this summer and let these striking blue lens sunglasses do all the talking. 

Cobalt blue glasses

Searching for a similar style of optical glasses?

Look no further than these Specsavers Daniel blue glasses; the frame comes in rich navy, with bright hints of cobalt blue peeking out from the rim.

Pair these with a crisp blue work shirt to add a splash of colour to your workwear wardrobe.

If you like bold prints and clashing colours, try these Specsavers Rebble glasses. The blue frame glasses come in translucent Royal Blue and are contrasted with dark tortoiseshell print sides.

The funky patterned sides on these glasses would make them the perfect way to elevate a Western-chic double-denim outfit.

Patterned blue glasses

Icy blue and white-patterned frames transition into translucent blue acetate temple tips with opulent gold sides on these Specsavers Margrethe blue frame glasses.

The patterned retro-style frames offer a subtle, feminine take on the blue glasses trend whilst the white-specked pattern would pair especially well with white, silver or grey hair.

More into turquoise or mint-blue coloured glasses? These Specsavers Chiara frames come in a cat-eye shape and a light metallic blue colour with acetate plastic patterning over the brows for a little extra flair.

We can’t help but feel these glasses would look right at home in the park on a hot summer's day, with a matching mint-chocolate chip ice cream in hand.

Two-tone blue glasses

Why settle for one shade of blue, when you can have two? These Osiris 06 two-tone blue frame glasses are the epitome of sophisticated Scandi style.

The light and darker shades of blue are accented by gold metal sides and a double triangular pin detail at the corner.

Pair with trendy blue striped linen trousers and a grey crewneck sweatshirt and you’ll look like you’re straight off the streets of Copenhagen.

For a similar look, these Specsavers Drew frames' lower rims are of transparent plastic that seamlessly transitions into electric blue acetate upper rims. The blue glasses have an on-trend square shape that instantly makes the wearer look smarter.

Nervous about a big meeting or starting a new job? Elevate your workwear wardrobe with these funky frames and you’ll instantly look and feel the part.

Blue and green glasses

If you’re someone who is in gym wear at 7 am but wearing a suit by 9 am, you need a versatile pair of glasses that sit comfortably on your face all day.

These blue glasses from Tech Specs have a rubberised skull fit temple to comfortably grip the natural shape of your head, perfect for transitioning from bicep curls to the boardroom.

The navy blue frames ooze sophistication, whilst playful bursts of vibrant lime green pop out from the interior and temple.

Fashion isn’t the only industry going crazy for blue either. Blue mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow are having a comeback in the beauty industry too.

These blue Specsavers Mauve glasses with translucent green tortoiseshell temples would be the perfect accompaniment to electric blue lashes on your next night out.

Floral blue glasses

Florals for Spring might not be groundbreaking, but the print is popular for a reason!

These Cath Kidston glasses come in a satin-blue metal brow over pale gold shallow lenses with plastic dusty pink sides with a delicate floral overlay on the outside.

Pair these blue frames with rosy pink blusher, simple gold hoop earrings and a floral maxi dress for the ultimate transitional outfit as we head into warmer weather.

Ready to make blue work for you? Dive into our collection of blue frame glasses and explore all the latest eyewear
styles here.

Not sure where to start? Try our virtual try-on guide to find the perfect pair for you or check out the #LoveGlasses blog for more tips and tricks on popular glasses trends and how best to style them.