National Sunglasses Day
National Sunglasses Day is observed on June 27 of every year. National Sunglasses Day celebrates the sunnies and its various uses. Sunglasses are connected not only for protection but also for glamour, mystery and star power in the last centuries. Sunglasses come in different shapes like cat eyes, big butterflies, classic D-frames, aviator, slim ovals, round, square, wayfarers, and lot more. The sunglasses keep evolving with the time and fashion. Sunglasses are largely used for protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays, eyes fatigue and other eye-related damages. Plastic sunglasses has made them weightless, cheaper and more protected. Celebrities play a significant role in setting the trend for the sunglasses. This day honours sunnies for guarding our eyes, making us look cool at the same.
“I think sometimes when you want attention, you can wear sunglasses, and people are like, Who is that?” – Kat Graham
History of National Sunglasses Day
The origin and the history of National Sunglasses Day are not known. History of sunglasses dates back to 14th century where Judges of China used eyewear that was made of smoke-coloured quartz to cover their emotions. Modern sunglasses that are used today were first marketed by the entrepreneur, Sam Foster of the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Evolution of sunglasses is unimaginable and worthy. Celebrate this day by knowing the importance of sunglasses.
Other Celebrations on June 27
June 27 is also celebrated as
- National Pineapple Day
- Industrial Workers Of The World Day
- National Orange Blossom Day
- National Bomb Pop Day
How to celebrate National Sunglasses Day
Celebrate National Sunglasses Day by flaunting your sunglasses in social media to spread the message on the significance of wearing a sunglasses in the sun. Anyone who loves enjoying the sun must wear a sunglass, and it is essential that they are aware of the consequences of UV rays. You can also celebrate this day by buying a new pair of sunglass. Observe the day by spreading this message and educating others about it. Post pictures and share your National Sunglasses Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #SunglassesDay.