We know sunglasses are a popular summer accessory and most people definitely own at least a pair. Here, we have collected Inspiring DIY Sunglasses Makeover Ideas For Perfect Style
DIY Embroidered Sunglasses
Embroidered sunglasses are all the rage in the current fashion scene. The supplies you need are a pair of sunglasses, embroidery floss, a handheld drill, drill bit, thin needle, scissors, felt tip marker, and nail polish remover.
DIY Stripe Shades
Stripes are definitely an irreplaceable aesthetic trend for some people, and if you’re one of them, this DIY might just tickle your fancy. You will need a stripe, glue, and a pen.
Easy And Quick Restyle Sunglasses
Here you will see simplicity is key and you will appreciate minimalism. You can start with glue a small plastic design around the rim of your old glasses to recreate this extremely easy DIY.
DIY Floral Sunglasses
Floral patterns can go well with anything, then sunglasses are no exception to this statement. 3-D flower figurines may be cut and painted over the rims of your glasses to get them more noticeable. The supplies you need are a pair of sunglasses, a variety ceramic of roses and flowers, a disposable container, a handful of toothpicks, and glue.
Break the tedium of your black sunglasses and challenge the norm by sporting bright, colorful frames. Besides, you can also go the extra mile by getting the lens tinted into an unusual color. The materials you need are basic sunglasses (in big chunky plastic for best result) and a variety of paint markers.
Polkadot Sunglasses Makeover
Polka dots styles are a funky element and a goofy design that is used on different accessories. So, it is a good idea to try them on an old pair of sunglasses and make them more fun. The supplies you need are sunglasses, paint, toothpick, and sun
DIY Rhinestone Sunnies
The frame of your glasses can be ingrained with the existence of rhinestones that dazzle with the playful rays of the sun. The supplies you need are cat-eye sunglasses, assorted flatback rhinestones (varying sizes and shapes, E-6000 glue (or a similar strong tacky glue), pliers or tweezers, Q-Tips, sharpie, and paper.