Printing personalised sunglasses
You have six frame areas to design on your customised glasses and there are a few things you can do to ensure maximum impact with the highest quality designs. Go for something, which will truly make your shades standout - after all, if you are designing your own sunglasses, you want to make sure that they look different to any other pair in the shops. It is important to remember that the printable areas are relatively small, so we recommend patterns but using a single photo on the arms can be okay, to ensure that no important details are lost. Please be aware that the design you create for the front of the glasses, will be interrupted by the unprinted UV protected lenses, so make sure you incorporate that into your design. We think a logo or text design looks brilliant on the arms, and a bold, punchy print really makes these cool sunglasses look fabulous.
The best thing about a pair of stylish sunglasses, is that they can be worn anywhere, for any occasion at any time of the year. Don't just save them for summer; create a pair of your own branded sunglasses which you can rock every day. our personalised sunglasses suit men and women, so they make great personalised gift ideas. Why not create an impact in your wedding photos by making a pair of wedding sunglasses, with your newly married name? Look cool and add some fun into the wedding album. You could even create a matching pair for the groom. They would make a great keepsake wedding gift for your special guests too.
Please note: Because of our hand-pressing printing process, darker colours might be slightly stretched, giving them a slightly desaturated appearance on edges and corners. As we press every pair of sunglasses by hand, the alignment might vary +/- 1-3mm. We therefore always suggest using a repeat pattern, where alignment does not matter so much. Avoid text. This will ensure your sunglasses look stylish, unique and individual just for you. Due to the potential overlap of images, we would recommend using the same design for both the front and back of the arms.