Design Your Own Sunglasses
Printed all over with your artwork, illustrations or graphic designs, custom sunglasses are the hottest way to showcase individual style. A pair of cool sunglasses are an essential accessory for both men and women universally, so design your own sunglasses to stand out from the designer brands. Made from shatterproof plastic with 100% UVA and UVB protection, these are fashionable yet functional, allowing you to express your personality without compromise. Make your own sunglasses as a complementary addition to your clothing brand, or simply design a pair of shades to add a touch of 'wow' factor to your outfits. There's also no minimum with your custom sunglasses, so order as many or as little as you'd like!
Please note, due to our specialist printing methods, darker colors might be slightly stretched because of the hand-pressing print process. Avoid text. This means that dark colors might appear slightly desaturated on edges and corners.
Personalized Sunglasses Quality Guaranteed
Our specialist digital printing process binds the ink to the shatterproof plastic, creating a permanent, fade-resistant print; ideal for everyday use in the sun. Hand-assembled by a team of skilled technicians, your made-to-order custom sunglasses are truly unique. Use illustrations, original artworks, graphic designs or drawings to turn what's an often neutral accessory into a talking point. There's no minimum order, ideal if you want a pair of bespoke shades for personal use, or need a range for your fashion brand. 2-year guarantee.
Please note, because of our hand-pressing printing process, darker colors might be slightly stretched, giving them a slightly desaturated appearance on edges and corners. As we press every pair of sunglasses by hand, the alignment might vary by 0.04"-0.1". We therefore always suggest using a repeat pattern, where alignment does not matter so much. Avoid text. This will ensure your sunglasses look stylish, unique and individual just for you. Due to the potential overlap of images, we would recommend using the same design for both the front and back of the arms.