Women’s Designer Sunglasses For Protection & Style
Explore our range of designer women’s sunglasses, handcrafted with the highest quality italian acetate and designed by our talented team of Australian designers. All our sunglasses feature 100% UVA and UVB protective lenses to protect your eyes while giving you the confidence that only bold designer sunglasses can give. For further protection, our polarised lenses reduce the glare you might experience on those hot, sunny days.
Sunglass Styles To Suit All Face Types
Sunglasses come in a broad range of different styles. Understanding how these differ and the shape of your face is the first step to finding a pair of frames that will compliment you perfectly. Face shapes tend to fall into one of four categories: oval, square, round, or heart. Similarly, our collection of womens designer sunglasses can be divided into groups based on their shape — aviator, cat-eye, rectangle, round or square. If your face is closer to square than round, you may find that a pair of cat-eye sunglasses provides a helpful counterbalance. Consider the Helix sunglasses for these purposes. Alternatively, if you have an oval-shaped face, bold square sunglasses, like our Omen frames, will suit you perfectly.
Designer Sunglasses That Provide Protection and Style
Our sunglasses aren’t just a fashion statement. We've put just as much effort and emphasis on protecting your eyes from the sun’s rays as we have creating bold styles. UV stands for ultraviolet light and there are two types we need to ensure sunglasses protect against to avoid skin and eye damage from prolonged exposure to the sun’s rays. UVA is a longer wavelength of radiation that tends to cause advanced skin ageing, and UVB is a shorter wavelength of radiation that can cause skin burning. Both of these rays are not great for your eyes, not just the skin of the eyelid in premature ageing and skin burning but in other parts of your eyes such as your cornea and lens. Leoide sunglasses proudly have 100% protection against UVA and UVB rays so that your eyes and eye area are protected from them whenever you wear your sunglasses.