Nature-inspired sunglasses give you unique, sustainable style

Your accessories reflect your personality. They show the world what makes you uniquely you. And as far as sunglasses go, what you wear to protect your eyes is incredibly important. In today’s environmental climate, you want your sunglasses to offer full UV-protection. But you’d also like your eyeware to make a certain statement about who you are and what you believe.

Nature-inspired sunglasses give you unique, sustainable style
Sunglasses next to a straw hat

Sunglasses are more than just a fashion accessory. They’re a statement about who you are and what inspires you. They’re also a necessity. The American Optometric Association says that you should wear sunglasses during the day to protect your eyes from the sun’s UV rays and “blue light” from the solar spectrum, which could increase your risk for developing macular degeneration. For this reason, the shades you choose should offer protection for your eyes, something incredibly important in today’s environmental climate. And protective gear can also satisfy your fashion needs, like these nature-inspired sunglasses by Terranimalia Eyewear.

The uniqueness of nature inspires these sunglasses. So you can wear your beliefs with pride.

This Eyewear gets its inspiration from nature

Terranimalia eyewear gets its inspiration from nature and the animals that surround us, providing countless ideas for unique, beautiful designs. Some of the inspiration comes from natural physical creations, endangered wildlife, and environmental art and fashion. The color palates also echo those found in nature; rich earth and fresh floral tones. These nature-inspired sunglasses come in five styles and seven color designs, so you’re sure to find one that speaks to you.

Terranimalia Nature Inspired Sunglasses

Terranimalia sunglasses next to plants

Limited edition shades that you can personalize

Terranimalia only produces 777 frames in each color. This means you won’t easily find another person wearing the same shades as you. And if you do, you’ll know that the two of you have similar tastes and ideas. A kindred spirit. Also, you can make these limited edition sunglasses uniquely yours. On these nature-inspired sunglasses, you have the option of engraving a line of text on your sunglasses’ inner right temple, next to its unique creation number. You could also write your name, initials, or a few words that inspire you. Choose any phrase that’s up to 25 characters. With your words, these sunglasses will be uniquely yours.

Terranimalia Nature Inspired Sunglasses

Black Terranimalia sunglasses on a white background

These designer shades offer serious protection

Also, just because these sunglasses have a designer-quality style doesn’t mean they’re lacking in protection. Each pair of Terranimalia Eyewear sunglasses provides 100% UV protection for your eyes. This makes them the only personalized premium handmade eyewear collection on the market that has full sun-protection. So when you wear them, you can be sure you’re looking good and keeping your eyes healthy at the same time. It’s fashion that’s protective and practical, the way style should be in these uncertain times. With Terranimalia Eyewear, you’ll feel like you’ve made the right choice.

Terranimalia Nature Inspired Sunglasses

Terranimalia sunglasses with pink lenses

The frames and lenses feature sustainable materials

A design that echoes appreciation for the natural world is not enough. The makers of these nature-inspired sunglasses understand this. That’s why Terranimalia produces frames made from a sustainable material, Eastman Acetate Renew. This material is composed of 60% biobased and 40% certified recycled content and results in a significant reduction in greenhouse gases when compared to the traditional manufacturing process. So when you purchase a pair of these nature-inspired sunglasses, you’ll know that you’re doing your part to reuse previously manufactured frames. That’s something everyone can feel good about.

Additionally, the lenses are manufactured by Carl Zeiss Vision. This means that the lenses in your Terranimalia frames will have the quality of the Carl Zeiss Sunlens department and will be manufactured in a way that supports sustainable production. It’s another environmental win for these sunglasses.

Choose your lenses

Another great feature of these sunglasses is the fact that you can choose your lenses. So often with sunglasses, we’re stuck with the lens color the manufacturer pre-selects for us. But a company doesn’t know the colors you prefer or the design statement you’d like to make. For this reason, Terranimalia offers a selection of Carl Zeiss lenses for you to choose from. You can select any of the lenses to go with your frames. This gives you even greater flexibility and personalization. Imagine having your very own pair of nature-inspired sunglasses with the lenses you’ve chosen. It would be almost as if you had designed them yourself. Almost.

What we love about Terranimalia Eyewear:

We love these sunglasses’ unique, nature-inspired designs. They’re tasteful and fresh, just in time for spring, or any time of the year that you want to look stylish. The frames feature colors that call to mind what you’d find in nature, the colors of trees, flowers, rocks, and other natural elements. Best of all, these gorgeous shades have 100% UV protection. So you’ll look stylish and protect your eyes at the same time.

What we would love to see:

The company’s Indiegogo page doesn’t mention if the lenses are scratch-proof. Since these sunglasses are designer quality with serious sun protection, it would make sense for them also to be scratch resistant. If this option isn’t currently supported, it would be a great one for the makers to add to future designs.

How can you get a pair of Terranimalia sunglasses?

You can pre-order these nature-inspired sunglasses on Indiegogo. They cost $237.97.

Meet Lauren Wadowsky

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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