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    Evertree Sunglasses - Your Guide to Finding the Perfect Fit

    Evertree Sunglasses - Your Guide to Finding the Perfect Fit

    Welcome to the world of Evertree Sunglasses! We believe that finding the perfect pair of sunglasses isn't just about style, but also about ensuring they complement the unique features of your face. This guide is designed to help you pick the ideal sunglasses that not only protect your eyes but also enhance your overall look.

    1. Determine Your Face Shape

      • Oval, Round, Square, Heart, Diamond: Identify your face shape by looking at the overall contours. Knowing your face shape is the first step to finding sunglasses that will flatter your features.
    2. Frame Styles for Different Face Shapes

      • Oval Face: Almost any frame shape works.
      • Round Face: Angular frames like square or rectangular.
      • Square Face: Round or oval frames.
      • Heart Face: Bottom-heavy frames or aviators.
      • Diamond Face: Cat-eye or oval frames.
    3. Consider Your Skin Tone

      • Warm Tones: Earthy colors like brown, gold, or tortoiseshell.
      • Cool Tones: Silver, black, or bright colors.
    4. Choose the Right Frame Size

      • Ensure that the frames are not too wide or too narrow for your face. The frames should sit comfortably on your nose, and the temples should rest on your ears without pinching.
    5. Lens Tint and UV Protection

      • Consider the lens tint based on your activities. Darker tints are suitable for intense sunlight, while lighter tints may be better for overcast days.
      • Look for sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection to safeguard your eyes from harmful rays.
    6. Check for Quality Materials

      • Opt for sunglasses made from durable materials like acetate, metal, or high-quality plastic.
      • Ensure that hinges and screws are well-built for longevity.
    7. Try Before You Buy

      • Visit a store to try on different styles and get a feel for how they look on your face.
    8. Consider Your Lifestyle

      • Think about your daily activities. If you're active, consider sports sunglasses. If you're fashion-forward, explore trendy styles.
    9. Read Reviews and Ratings

      • Check customer reviews and ratings to get insights into the durability, comfort, and style of the sunglasses you're interested in.
    10. Maintenance Tips

      • Clean your sunglasses regularly with a microfiber cloth to prevent scratches.
      • Store them in a protective case when not in use.

    Congratulations! You are now equipped with the knowledge to choose the perfect pair of Evertree Sunglasses that complement your face shape, style, and lifestyle. Enjoy your journey into the world of stylish eye protection!


    April has always been recognized as the month chosen to honor Mother Nature.

    Earth Day is April 22nd, but we don't have to wait until then to leave no carbon footprints behind. Springtime brings us all its glorious colors back into our landscape foliage, so what better way to explore than to just get out there and take it all in? 

    Since the recent pandemic, staying indoors became our new normal, but we have come to a point in this present time when getting back out and reconnecting with nature just feels - well, natural. A good outdoorsy outfit, your essential gear and protective eyewear just to name a few should be on your adventure packing list for 2022!

    We need to protect not only Mother Nature itself this month, but also our eyes. It deserves only the best care and protection so that we can enjoy the beautiful splendor She has to offer.

    Make sure your sunglasses are premium and high quality made, with polarization features built into the lenses. Sturdy, yet flexible. Go for fun colors and styles; the combination looks are endless! Introduce nature in your apparel and accessories. Be proud to show off your love for the modern and natural. Learn to once again embrace the unique and evolving person that you were born to be. 

    At EverTree, our goal is just that. We want you to bring out the natural best in you, ever always. Everyday is ALWAYS Earth Day to celebrate Mother Earth, Mother Nature Herself. 

    Free And Frameless

    To be free is to set no boundaries. When it comes to our aspirations and persona, being able to think outside the box and venture into the unknown is a thrilling concept, something to aspire and reach out for in life no matter where our adventures take us.

    Our new Chroma and Posh Editions are meant to do just that. Rimless and frameless, not only does it represent and symbolize what we embody in life, it also brings EverTree's pristine polarized lenses into the limelight. It brings attention to the detail behind the detail without conformation nor compromise, and unapologetically so.

    We hope you will enjoy our new Chromas and Poshes. Feel good looking sustainably stylish without ever breaking the bank, and bring out The Free And Frameless You.

    Enjoy life the EverTree Way! 


    Who, What, Where? Eyewear.

     It's like everything else that eventually becomes an everyday thing: It has to start somewhere and someplace. I decided to take the rabbit hole into the origin of eyewear; who and why they were made, and where it all came from. Long before Italians invented actual eyeglasses for better sight, it was the Chinese back in the 12th century that made their first and oh not-so-fancy shades from smoked quartz for the sole purpose of blocking rays and glare from the sun! Pretty basic stuff. 

    Primitive yet serving a simple purpose, the rich got their hands on these "cool" enough sun cheaters for their outings to help see better on sunny days. Chinese judges used them to conceal their emotions during court rulings in front of charged criminals and passed verdicts inconspicuously.

    Rome also claims that Emperor Nero spectated gladiator fights through custom made emerald-cut stone shades, and they worked like mirrors. I'm sure green looked good on him, not to mention he didn't mind the cool factor of reflecting the whole fight scene off his face in his amphitheater. 

    Glare from snow started to become a new reason to wear shades. Then came eye protection to watch eclipses. Pretty soon, reducing glare off water surfaces. Blue and green-colored lenses increased in popularity as inventors promoted them for correcting blurred vision, too! 

    By the early 1910's, UV damage awareness got big, and shades were made to  protect peepers from Good Ole' Mr. Sun. It wasn't until Hollywood glamorized shades in the 1920's that it finally become an important fashion accessory. Women, especially were enamored by it. By 1940, pilots wore Aviators, a popular and classic style we see everywhere today, whether you fly a plane or ride one. 

    Guess what? China is now the largest producer of sunglasses in the world today. 120 million pairs to be exact!

    What goes around, comes around. In the end, it's all just a big giant circle of creation, just like Mother Nature intended.