A new pair of glasses not only changes how you see the world—it changes how you see yourself. When you’re ready to frame up a bold new look, LensCrafters can help you navigate the eyewear trends of 2020 and find a pair of glasses that suits you. The best part? AAA Members save 50% on lenses with a frame purchase and 30% on non-prescription sunglasses.

At LensCrafters, the health and safety of its customers are the top priority. Doctors and associates are wearing protective gear, and all displays, products and equipment are thoroughly cleaned throughout the day. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are available for everyone in the store. The number of people allowed inside is also limited, so social distancing guidelines can be maintained.

Ready to start shopping? Here are three 2020 eyewear trends to look for:

Slim and narrow

This style of frames come in a variety of shapes—rectangle, butterfly and cat-eye, to name a few. But what they have in common is a slimmer profile that’s a good fit for narrow or small faces. They’re also a good choice for stronger prescriptions, since thick lenses aren’t as noticeable in small frames.

3 slim and narrow frames to try on:

In the pilot’s seat

You probably know pilot frames as “aviators” (just picture Tom Cruise in Top Gun). The large, teardrop-shaped lenses are common as sunglasses, but they’re popular for eyeglasses, too. Although it’s been around for a while, this classic style is still one of the most popular eyewear trends of 2020. It’s a good fit for a variety of face shapes, including oval, heart and square.

3 pilot frames to try on:

 

The cat’s meow

Cat-eye frames were all the rage among glasses wearers in the 1950s and ’60s, and they’re still sassy and retro-chic today. Characterized by an upswept almond-shaped silhouette with high temples, these fashionable frames come in a variety of bold colors and materials. They’re ideal for oval and round face shapes.

3 cat-eye frames to try on:

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AAA Members save 50% on lenses with a frame purchase and 30% on non-prescription sunglasses at LensCrafters.

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