Here is a quick summary of what the video goes over(:
Women have gone through so many different variations of how they dressed. During the 20s women dressed a little to short for the time. The great Gatsby is a phenomenal example!! The 30s was a time were the material used for the dressing looked kinda tacky. Personally I wish the 40s was present day, due to the comfy nature of the outfits. The 50s became so much more about natural beauty. Lol and the 60s was rather interesting, probably due to the culture climate.....70s was a new wave of shine & glamour!! Then quickly the 80s turned to a look that wasnt in our minsd for over a century, it was very bold and puffy look. The 90s: strange and skimpy. To be honest kinda of a rebellious slutty look. 2000s came with vengeance & put women fashion back to elegant look 2010s: cutouts. Lots of cutouts but overall a very cool altruistic look.
In summary, there were so many shifts, due to Worldwide change in Women culture rights. What new shifts will we be taking on during the next century!! Comment below! Also give us an idea of what the next decade could look like (:
Face Size Guideline
|Face Size(Temple to Temple)||Suggested Frame/Sunglasses Size|
|Below 115mm or below 4.5 inches||Small|
|115mm or 4.5 inches||Small|
|121mm or 4.75 inches||Medium|
|127mm or 5 inches||Medium|
|130mm or 5.125 inches||Medium|
|135mm or 5.25 inches||Medium|
|152mm or 6 inches||Large|
|Above 152mm or above 6 inches||Large|
|Small||below 48mm||below 55mm|
|Large||Above 55mm||Above 64mm|
You may also use a pair of sunglasses you currently own to determine your best size. Frame sizing is typically noted on the inside of either temple (see illustration below). The eye/lens size is usually first, then the bridge size, then temple size. Use the eye/lens size to determine the best frame size.
The eye size is typically going to be the most important size for identifying how a pair of sunglasses will look. The eye size number measures the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, in millimeters. The bridge width is the distance between the lenses in millimeters. And the third number is the length of the temple in millimeters.