Christmas gift guide: sunglasses to give as gifts and treat yourself

Christmas gift guide: sunglasses to give as gifts and treat yourself

Are you looking for the perfect gift to put under the tree? Let yourself be inspired by our style tips!

Sunglasses: a must-have accessory even in winter

Did you know that sunglasses are an essential accessory even in winter?

And not only for mountain lovers, but also for those who choose to spend the holidays in the city.

Wearing glasses in the cold season is important because, even if the sun is lower than in summer, the UV rays are just as intense. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun can damage the cornea, the lens and other parts of the eye, as well as contributing to the development of some serious pathologies.

This is why sunglasses are a perfect fashionable idea to give or treat yourself at Christmas!

Sunglasses: the models to put under the tree


Sunglasses inspired by the iconic 70s style are the perfect evergreen model to put under the tree. From the classic blacks to the tortoiseshell or bi-color frames, you'll be spoiled for choice! Are you undecided? Aim for the rectangular shape and you won't go wrong.

Christmas red

For a themed thought, there's him: the Christmas glasses for exception. Total red models, the color brings good luck, or with bold two-tone frames, which match perfectly with party looks!


Inspired by the 1950s, super feminine and very chic, cat-eye sunglasses will surprise those you love with their timeless style!


The perfect model for those who never know what to wear! In transparent, colored, black or tortoiseshell acetate, they are the must-have sunglasses for every occasion.


And for those who love a classic but incisive style, the sunglasses to give and treat yourself are strictly with bold and oversized frames. Ideal to complete any look, casual or formal!

Let yourself be inspired by the trendy models by No Logo Eyewear to make the perfect gift to put under the tree and choose your new pair of sunglasses on our website!

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