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Embody positivity in yellow sunglasses and glasses

There’s nothing better to brighten your day than a pop of colour, and vibrant accessories are just the way to do that. Everyone, from your neighbours to popular celebrities, is using colourful wardrobe choices to help lift their mood — a phenomenon known as dopamine dressing

Whilst you can use any colour to help turn that frown upside down, we think yellow is the best choice. What could be better than the colour of happiness? It eludes positive psychological behaviour. We’ve collected our favourite yellow frames for a style lookbook that can boost your mood any time, any season.  

THE yellow glasses

For the ultimate, everyday pair of yellow glasses, these Designer Collective LB 3 frames are the ones. Their soft, cat-eye silhouettes don’t take away from the gorgeous peach colour but still make the frames shapely and refreshing. They are definitely the staple you need in your accessories closet this summer. Pair with a black tee, linen trousers and chunky orange jewellery for an on-the-go look. 

Sunny, square specs

For some sharper angles, these Specsavers Frida glasses might be for you. Not only do they come in a happy yellow, but their inner rims are painted lilac to compliment the colour. The square shape is simple to balance the colour, so there’s nowhere you can’t take them. Wear with a lilac two-piece for easy colour-blocking. 

Two-toned pattern

For a more subtle touch of yellow, the Specsavers Saffron frames are perfect. The warm yellow tones are neutralised with tortoiseshell to create a wearable caramel blend. These everyday yellow glasses nail the classic look with a modern twist. 

Love the square shape but looking for some sunnies instead? Take a look at our article on square sunglasses styles — there are some warm golden picks in there too!  

Gold, metal frames

If you’re more into metal frames than acetate ones, don’t worry — we’ve got your back too. Replicate the warm, happy tones in a subtle way with delicate gold silhouettes. Like this classic style frame for both men and women. The oversized lenses borrow a vintage 70’s style with golden frames that bring the style up-to-date.  

Stick with the slimmer style with these Comfit Amelia frames. The narrow design is a must-have. Simple and understated but still an embodiment of sunny tones. Sparkling gems add an element of opulence to any casual outfit. Pair with other delicate golden accessories like a watch, belt or jewellery to keep the theme classy. 

Yellow sunglasses

Emulate the yellow style with gold sunglasses. For a simple style go for these Tetra Sun Rx frames. The warm colour palette is perfect for everyday wear and will suit any complexion.  

For a quirky twist, try the Viktor-Rolf VR 01 Sun Rx frames. With the same yellow undertones and brown lenses but an avant-garde approach to lens shape — they make a statement. Contrast against a simple outfit, like a floral summer dress and trainers. 

Double the dopamine

Want to take the look a step further? Try these double-bridged designer styles. For example, this oversized Marc Jacobs Sun Rx 14 frame. With signature daisies and tortoiseshell tips. Pair with a babydoll dress and cowboy boots for an on-trend look. 

Or, for a funkier style, go for these Viktor-Rolf VR 03 Sun Rx sunnies. Their small round lenses are a clear nod to the retro style of the 60s. The two-tone design layers vibrant yellow against warm brown hues to create a unique look. These shades will look smart with a simple white tee and beige relaxed trousers. For more double-bridged sunglasses inspiration or advice on how to wear this style, read our article on how to wear your pilot glasses all year round.  

How to style yellow glasses and sunglasses

Yellow eyewear is the perfect touch of colour to boost your mood. It might seem daunting, but yellow is an easy colour to coordinate with any outfit — especially in the spring and summer months. Keep it muted and pair yellow accessories with a neutral outfit (white and black will work well) to play it safe. Alternatively, stick to other bright and pastel colours to create a dopamine-driving masterpiece. You can always match a block colour like yellow with a pattern too! 

For more style inspiration, read our article on dopamine dressing with coloured glassesfor alternative colourway options. 

How to pick the glasses for you

To help you find your perfect pair check out our Buyer’s Guides on face shape and hair colour but our virtual try-on guide is the best way to check what suits you. For more inspiration such as the current spring/summer trends, read our #LoveGlasses blog