What to Wear With Your Aviators?

Since Randolph sunglasses are engineered with advanced lens technology and sturdy solder joints, they’re built to travel to the extremes.

With an elegant blend of style and craftsmanship, they pair well with everything from military uniforms and hiking boots to bathing suits and sun hats. While aviators are easy to pull off by nearly everyone, there are some do’s and don’ts to make the most of your look. You don’t want to throw off your style with an outfit that doesn’t match your sunglasses.

We’ve created a simple guide for men and women so you can look great in your aviators seven days a week. Styling

Sunglasses Do’s and Don’ts for Men

For men, styling with your aviators is made easy. Sunglasses give off an air of cool, “not trying to hard” style. One sophisticated accessory is enough to set the tone for your whole day.

With Sunglasses, Do Wear

  • Wear your aviators with on-the-go clothing. Solid-colored clothing always pairs well with aviators. Don’t be afraid to add in your favorite baseball cap as well. Since your aviators are made to withstand the elements, they go great with active wear.
  • Aviators look great with business attire. Start the day in your favorite suit, or complement your shades with a collared shirt and chinos. Randolph sunglasses are made with jewelry-quality metals and will fit right into a formal environment.
  • Aviators pair wonderfully with watches. Seize the opportunity to coordinate these two male accessories. Wearing them together out of habit can elevate your style no matter where you’re headed.
  • Mind your facial hair and sunglasses combo to fully complement your aviators. Aviators pair well with stubble, soul patches, goatees and beards.
With aviators, wear jackets and solid colors with natural facial hair. | Randolph Engineering

The Aviator in Bright Chrome and AGX Glass

With aviators, wear jackets and solid colors with natural facial hair. | Randolph Engineering

The Aviator in Bright Chrome and AGX Glass

With aviators, wear solid colors and natural facial hair. The P3s are perfect for a unique style. | Randolph Engineering

The P3 in Bright Chrome and Tan Gradient Lens

With Sunglasses, Don’t Wear

  • Don’t wear flashy jewelry with your aviators. They’ll compete for attention.
  • Don’t pair your aviators with flashy suits. Pinstripes, neon fabrics and patterns call for a more eccentric eyewear style such as the P3 Shadow.

Styling Do’s and Don’ts for Women

Women’s styles have a little more to consider. Eyewear is bold and central to an outfit, similar to wearing a hat, and can be easy to clash with. An outfit perfectly fitting the day can be a bit different once you put on your shades to walk out the door.

With Sunglasses, Do Wear

  • Wear your aviators with active wear and everyday clothing. They especially look great with your hair down to frame your face, and your frames! Our Fusion Collection Frames are great for giving your sunglasses an even bolder look.
  • Wear solid colors. Avoid confusing patterns that may clash with your aviators and would be fitting for a more subtle style such as the Amelia.
  • Simple jewelry such as a thin necklace, single bracelet or stud earrings can be worn to complete your look without taking away from your eyewear.
Wear aviators with solid colors, belts and minimal jewelry for women. | Randolph Engineering

The P3 in Bright Chrome Matte Crystal Inlay and Gray Gradient Lens

Wear aviators with simple designs, solid colors, belts and minimal jewelry for women. | Randolph Engineering

The P3 in Bright Chrome and Tan Gradient Lens

Wear aviators with jackets, solid colors and minimal jewelry for women. | Randolph Engineering

The Aviator in 23K Gold and Gray Glass

With Sunglasses, Don’t Wear

  • Don’t wear bold jewelry or additional accessories when you’re wearing styling for your sunglasses. Jewelry can compete with your aviators, and you may stand out more than you intended.

Where to Look for Inspiration

If the pictures in this article haven’t given you enough inspiration, keep looking around our site!

Our models are always dressed to complement their shades. Copy their styles so you can look your best! Have your own great look? Tag us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest during your next excursion and use #MyRandolphs for a chance to be featured on our channels!

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