There must be some difference between men's sunglasses and women's sunglasses.
In most cases, men's sunglasses are bigger and harder than women's, because wen have to look like more tough with harder frame.
On the contrary, women's sunglasses would be much more colorful and sweet, and smaller than men's.
The sunglasses represents the characteristics of the owner, so I have seen some women wore men's sunglasses, and they looked extremely cool.
Hello, actually sunglasses are quite gender-neutral and some sunglasses even can be worn by both men and women. However, there are some key defining characteristics about men's and women's sunglasses. Those are frame size, colors and the designs. Men's usually tend to be smaller than women's; women's are more unconventional than men's and women's tend to have more designs than men's.
Actually there is little difference between men's sunglasses and women's sunglasses among different brands of sunglasses except for the design. About the character, they are almost the same with the role of uv rays protection for the eyes. It is the design that makes the difference. About the quality, they are similar. If you don't care the design, you could choose whatever the type.