Sunglasses

Our sunglasses come in a wide range of designs and functionalities.
They provide you 100% UV protection while complementing your personality style.

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Tips on Choosing Sunglasses

Besides protecting your eyes from UV light, sunglasses are also key fashion accessories that you should own. With a wide range of designs and colours available, choosing the right pair may often be a challenge. Here’s a quick guide to help you out.

  • 01Show a bit of eyebrows

    When trying on a pair of sunglasses, always look into a mirror and check the distance between the frame and your eyebrows. The best balance is when a bit of your eyebrows can be seen. In addition, always go for a pair in which the top of the frame follows the line of your eyebrows. * For sunglasses with smaller lenses, simply position the sunglasses on your nose bridge at a comfortable height. There is no need to push the sunglasses higher just to cover your eyebrows as doing so would affect the visual balance of your face.

  • 02Create different looks with different frame sizes

    Size of the sunglasses affects the overall look. Sunglasses with a smaller frame give a more luxury vibe while those with a bigger frame create the impression of a smaller face.

  • 03Choose a frame shape that is different from your face shape

    Wearing sunglasses in a shape that is different from your face shape helps to create a better visual balance. Refer to the next section on choosing the right frame for your face shape.

Face ShapeChoosing Frame

The key to finding the right pair of sunglasses is to select a frame that suits your face shape. Here’s a guide for you based on 4 different types of face shape.

Round

Round

Choose a pair of sunglasses with a rectangle frame to balance out the soft, circular face shape. The angular lines help to add more definition to your look.

  • Rectangle

    Rectangle

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  • Browline

    Browline

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  • Boston

    Boston

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  • Wellington

    Wellington

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Triangle

Triangle

Choose a pair of sunglasses with round lenses to contrast the angular shape of the face and soften the look. Alternatively, pick a pair in the rectangle shape to create a cleaner look.

  • Boston

    Boston

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  • Rectangle

    Rectangle

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  • Oval

    Oval

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  • Wellington

    Wellington

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Square

Square

Wearing sunglasses that are round or oval helps to offset the sharp jawlines, thereby creating a gentler and more well-balanced look. We also recommend going for a slightly oversized frame for those who want to further soften the silhouette.

  • Boston

    Boston

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  • Oval

    Oval

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  • Round

    Round

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  • Rectangle

    Rectangle

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Oblong

Oblong

People with oblong face shape tend to appear mature and cool. Sunglasses with taller lens height add visual width to give a more well-balanced look.

  • Wellington

    Wellington

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  • Double-Bridge

    Double-Bridge

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  • Oval

    Oval

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  • Boston

    Boston

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SunglassesChoosing Lens Colour

When it comes to finding the right pair of sunglasses, lens colour is as important as the frame design. You can create an entirely different look with the same frame just by switching up the lens colour. Here’s a guide on the features of different lens colours.

Features of Colour Lens

  • Brown

    Brown is the most popular colour for sunglasses as it is a close shade of our skin colour and this makes brown lenses the easiest to pull off compared to other colours. Brown lenses also tend to give off a more relaxed vibe.

    Functionality

    Cut blue light while reducing glare and enhancing contrast

  • Grey

    One of the most classic colours, grey lenses are chic and versatile. It is highly recommended for those who are trying out sunglasses for the first time.

    Functionality

    Reduce glare evenly, thus preventing eye fatigue while providing true colour perception

  • Green

    Green lenses make skin appear brighter and creates a more mellow image. Similar to grey lenses, they offer good colour perception and are recommended for first-time users.

    Functionality

    Reduce glare and provide good colour perception, thereby making it an ideal option for all-purpose sunglasses

  • Blue

    Blue lenses have a calming effect on the eyes and are comparatively more fashionable.

    Functionality

    Cut down yellow and orange lights while reducing glare and contrast

  • Yellow

    Yellow lenses allow you to make a bold fashion statement. Sunglasses with yellow lenses tend to give off a bright, pleasant vibe.

    Functionality

    Provide greater visual clarity in low-light conditions

  • Pink

    Pink lenses give your face the glow of good health. It is a cute colour to go for and definitely allows you to stand out from the crowd.

    Functionality

    Increase visual contrast, making it great for rainy, cloudy days

Features of Functional Lens

  • Polarised lenses

    Reduce glare from shiny surfaces;
    suitable for outdoor use

    Polarised lenses reduce the glare from shiny surfaces such as the road, snow and water surface to give you a more comfortable vision while helping you see better. They are different from sunglasses which are essentially colour lenses that make your vision darker. In each polarised lens, a filter is inserted between 2 pieces of lenses to cut down UV light and reflected light such that only natural light can pass through. Polarised lenses are ideal for outdoor activities such as fishing, golf, skiing and driving.

  • Transitions lenses

    Function as both regular spectacles and sunglasses;
    lenses automatically adapt to changing light conditions

    Transitions lenses respond to the light around you and change intelligently from clear to dark when you go outdoor and back to clear when you return indoor. With transitions lenses, your standard pair of spectacles can double up as sunglasses and thereby removing the hassle of having to bring an additional pair of sunglasses when you go out.

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About Our Products

  • Our Frames

    All OWNDAYS products are designed and manufactured in-house. To cater to the needs of our customers while keeping up with trends, we have launched a series of original collections with different concepts in mind. Have fun exploring our collections and finding eyewear that complements your personality and style!

  • Our Lenses

    In OWNDAYS, we adopt the concept of Simple Price System in which the pricing structure is straightforward and easy to understand. All OWNDAYS spectacles come with high index aspheric lenses that have dust-repellent coating and offer UV protection. There is no addition charge for standard lenses of any power. In addition, we offer 6 categories of optional lens upgrades to cater to the individual needs of customers. Our optional lenses include progressive lenses, polarised lenses, transitions lenses, colour lenses, PC lenses and myopia control lenses.

  • Our Services

    Additional charge for high index aspheric lenses A$0

    Completing your spectacles in just 20 Minutes

    Lens replacement including spectacles from other brands A$98

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