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Giant Vintage's '90s-Inspired "Back to School" Eyewear Collection Is "Da Bomb"

A nostalgic fusion of optical frames and sunglasses.

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Giant Vintage's '90s-Inspired "Back to School" Eyewear Collection Is "Da Bomb"

A nostalgic fusion of optical frames and sunglasses.

Giant Vintage, a woman-owned label known for its vintage-driven eyewear, has released its latest collection titled “Back to School,” which pays tribute to the vibrant and eclectic trends of the iconic ’90s decade. This lineup embraces oversized frames, colorful lenses and funky patterns, offering wearers a journey back in time to an era of carefree self-expression.

The “Back to School” range includes an array of eyewear styles that seamlessly fuse optical frames and sunglasses, creating a perfect blend of nostalgia and modern fashion. Among the highlights are the rectangular clear optical-inspired eyewear, classic ’90s wraparound silhouettes, Y2K aviator styles and a HONEYCOMB square selection. Each style comes with a unique story and motivation, making it stand out among the rest.

With prices ranging from $30 to $50 USD, the “Back to School” collection is currently available for purchase on Giant Vintage’s website. Make sure to take a look at some of the offered styles in the gallery above.

And, in case you missed it, our latest trend spotlight makes a case for rectangle eyewear.

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