Justin Bieber is one of the widely know pop-star. As a young pop star in the music industry, looking exquisite is part of the way to show the fans you are still kicking. And that is exactly what Justin Bieber is doing. Either making an appearance at occasions or just a casual walk through the city, Justin never goes anywhere without his super cool sunglasses.
JB loves designer sunglasses and his taste in them develops with his style and as we all know, every true Rock star have their own Signature Pair of Sunglasses and they never go anywhere without a pair. One of Justin Bieber's favorite sunglasses is the Ray-Ban RB 3025 Aviator large metal 001 gold sunglasses. This is one of the finest in the Ray-Ban sunglasses collection. This has slightly large lenses with thin gold metal rim. Justin Bieber his sported in many pictures wearing this Ray-Ban RB 3025 Aviator. Unfortunately, we cannot show images on this website due to legal / copyright issues but we will have a board on Pinterest showing JB wearing the shades here: https://www.pinterest.com/eyeheartshades/justin-bieber-sunglasses. Browse the many shades sported on Justin Bieber here with the direct link to purchase it on our website.
Justin Bieber do not limit his choice to the RB 3025 but also wears the Ray-Ban RB 3447 Round Metal 001 Gold Sunglasses with the rounded lenses and awesome gold metal rim. A little Retro look from JB that adds the rock ‘n’ roll twist to his style.
The secret to getting the Justin Bieber look is knowing what the POP star is wearing. Luckily, this page is dedicated in sharing what sunglasses Justin Bieber is wearing so that you can get the same pair here on EyeHeartShades.com
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If you already own a pair of glasses and they fit you well, you could check the ones you have to see a rough idea of the size you are needing or if you saw something in a store you liked, just write down the size if it fit you well.
Usually, the size is written in 3 consecutive numbers, the first 2 numbers are 2 digits and the last a 3 digit number, this is usually on the inside of the temples, like this 58-16-145
All measurements are in millimeters. It only has the numbers on the frames, but it'll be like this 58mm-16mm-145mm
The first number is always the eye size (width of one lens) so the lens size would be 58mm
The second is the bridge (nose part) width, so the bridge would be 16mm
The third is the temple length, this is the total length if it were straighten out, as all glasses are bent near the end to wrap around your ear. So the temple length is 145mm