On the Street… Classic Wayfarer

My friend Aleks wearing a lovley yellow dress with a classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer.

We’ve been writing about Ray-Ban Wayfarer a lot, but that’s because it’s a great unisex alround sunglass! Besides, it’s a great frame to put corrected sun lenses in. Both Aleks and I bought us a pair wayfarer with corrected sun lens this summer and that’s definitely one of the best buy this year!

I think everybody should have a corrected sunglass, to see perfect even in the sunshine.

On the Street… Swedish Midsummer

My friends Helena and Mie celebrating midsummer in Sweden

Mie wearing Ray-Ban Wayfarer

Helena wearing Ray-Ban Aviator with faded lenses

Every year we welcome the summer in Sweden by celebrating the traditional Midsummer. If you ever get the chance to celebrate this tradition in Sweden you should really do it. It’s definitely a one of a kind celebration with lot of weird funny things, like dancing like frogs and eating crude fish. This year I’d a typical Swedish Midsummer with my friends in Österslöv. Above you can see two of my friends, wearing a summerlook which they perfectly match with a pair of ray-bans classical sunglasses. 


The Classics are a great investment and will look good for many occasions and for many years. If taken good care of, a classic sunframe may be passed down to the next generation. If you find one of these in your parent’s drawers, take great care of it.

These classics have been inspiration for many many sunglasses and still going strong.

Randolph Engineering Aviator, an American classic seen on Don Draper in Mad Men

Ray-Ban Aviator in Arista Gold and G-15 Lens

Ray-Ban Caravan in Arista Gold and G-15 Lens

Persol 649 in Dark Tortoise and G-15 Lens, read more about Persol and this particular frame here.

Ray-Ban Wayfarer in Dark Tortoise and G-15 Lens

Moscot Lemtosh in Tortoise and Calibar Green Lens