The Best New Sunglasses You Can Wear on Any Adventure

Whether you’re heading out on a long bike ride or lounging by the pool, no outdoor summer activity is complete without a good pair of shades. And if you’ve been toting around the same frames for years—or your good pair went overboard at the lake last season—now’s the perfect time to upgrade. Brands are rolling out their newest spring and summer sunglasses, so you have plenty of great options to choose from.


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Although they fall into the “accessory” category, a good pair of frames is really an essential. They can make or break an outfit, says Courtney Mays, stylist for NBA player Kevin Love.

“Sunglasses are the final touch to complete a look,” she says. “They add that instant cool factor, even if you’re in sweats.”

When picking out a new pair, focus on fit, shape, and style, Mays advises. Look for frames that fit your head well (and stay put when you wear them), and opt for a shape and style that matches your wardrobe and personality. The best way to determine what works is to visit a store and try on frames, she says. Once you find a shape you like, you can experiment with different materials and colors.

Already have a pair of shades in your drawer? Add to your collection by branching out into new styles.

“Go for a color, lens, or metal you wouldn’t normally choose,” Mays says.


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We perused recent releases and put together this collection of our favorite new men’s sunglasses. From ultralight, sporty shades to updates on classic frames, there’s something here for every occasion—and every guy.

Ray-Ban Wayfarer II Classic

Ray-Ban breathed new life into its classic Wayfarers with this updated version of the classic shades. They’re less chunky than the originals, with a thinner frame and skinnier temples (also known as the “arms”) for a sleeker, more modern look.

[$ 153; ray-ban.com]

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District Vision Takeyoshi Altitude Master

District Vision has carved out a niche for itself by producing ultralight, ultra-stylish frames designed for outdoor sports. These are the company’s latest pair, and they feature a shatterproof polycarbonate lens that repels sweat, so you’ll get a clear view through even the most intense workouts.

[$ 199; districtvision.com]

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Raen Morrow

You see aviator-style sunglasses everywhere. With the Morrow frames from Raen, you can get a similar cockpit-ready look without copying everyone else.

[$ 170; raen.com]

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Zeal Optics Boone

Zeal Optics’ line of eyewear proves that sustainability and performance go great together. Exhibit A: The company’s Boone sunglasses. Made from 100 percent plant-based materials and weighing less than an ounce, they’re ready for all kinds of outdoor adventures.

[$ 149; zappos.com]

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Illesteva Corfu

Can’t decide between a chunkier acetate frame and wire shades? Get the best of both worlds and spring for these stylish new Corfu sunglasses from Illesteva.

[$ 230; illesteva.com]

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Garrett Leight Boccaccio

Inspired by none other than Andy Warhol, these round acetate frames will definitely turn heads. Go for the all-black colorway for a more understated look, or opt for the funky translucent frame with green lenses if you want something a little more unique.

[$ 340; garrettleight.com]

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Electric Montauk

From the beach to the cocktail bar and beyond, these rounded wire-frame sunglasses from Electric will be your new go-to shades this summer. 

[$ 175; electriccalifornia.com]

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Oakley Radar EV Advancer

Designed for maximum airflow to combat fogging and lenses that enhance contrast and color, the new Radar EV Advancer frames are perfect for you next long run or ride. 

[$ 203; oakley.com]

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Oliver Peoples Cary Grant Sun

These shades have a storied history: Based on the pair Cary Grant wore in the 1959 film North by Northwest, they’re a bold, modern take on a classic style, and they’re available in five unique colors as well.

[$ 475; oliverpeoples.com]

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The Best Sunglasses to Wear This Spring Are Timeless and Effortlessly Cool

You don’t need a total wardrobe overhaul for spring. All it takes is a few key accessories—like a new pair of sunglasses—to feel like a new man this season.


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Check out our five favorite frames. You can consider them spring style MVPs.

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Emporio Armani A4123

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Go for an unexpected pop of color that’s still tame enough to wear everywhere. These full-rim navy specs from Emporio Armani are suitable for the beach, an al fresco lunch, and even with a casual spring or summer suit.

[$ 165; sunglasshut.com]

Montblanc Aviator Frame Metal Sunglasses
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Montblanc Aviator Frame Metal Sunglasses

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These metal aviators boast durability and functional, utilitarian style what with their polarized lenses and double bridge design.

[$ 600; montblanc.com]

Ray-Ban Meteor Classic
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Ray-Ban Meteor

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Evoke a 60s vibe with these timeless striped-tortoise acetate frames (also available in black and classic tortoise). They’re bold, cool, and perfect for a laidback sense of style.

[$ 173; ray-ban.com]

Spyoptic Sundowner
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Spy Optic Sundowner

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You can’t beat the price of these sunglasses. They’re made of a near-indestructible thermoplastic frames and polycarbonate lenses, which are far more resistant to impacts than glass or plastic. The Sundowner also boasts 100% UV protection, making them a stellar choice for beach jaunts.

[$ 65, spyoptic.com]

Persol PO2454S
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Persol PO2454S

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Elevate your look with these Persol frames. The classic color options—brown and gold, silver and light blue, black and green, havana and gradient brown—are timeless, but the unique curvature of the bridge adds a deeper level of intrigue.

[$ 340; persol.com]

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9 Great Sunglasses for Summer From Warby Parker

Warby Parker is renowned for great deals on stylish prescription eyeglasses. But did you know Warby also has a fantastic—and HUGE!—selection of sunglasses? It’s true. From Midcentury to Aviator and everything in between, with colored, smoked, and mirrored lenses, in all sizes and in most any price point.

If you thought Warby Parker was only a one-stop shop for great glasses, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Head on over to warbyparker.com today and discover nearly 40 sunglass frames and dozens of lens styles to suit your individual taste.

Warby Parker designs all of its sunglasses in-house and makes them with high-quality acetate. It’s durable, hypoallergenic, and capable of holding exceptionally rich colors, plus it’s made to last for years. Every frame is hand-assembled and polished. After the raw material is cut into shape using a CNC machine, it’s tumbled with wood chips and hand-polished with a German wax compound. Warby also uses stainless steel and titanium for metal-framed glasses, because of their high strength-to-weight ratio.

Then they custom-cut and polish the edges of your lenses, all of which are treated with anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings. Warby Parker’s impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses block 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. Lenses come standard with non-prescription glasses, but prescription lenses with all these features are also available (up to $ 120 extra). Once you choose your frames, simply upload an image of your eyeglasses prescription to your order (snap a photo or scan it in) and submit your doctor’s contact information. If you don’t happen to have your prescription handy, you can just send it to Warby Parker later.

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Online glasses have exploded in popularity over the last few years, and much of that is due to Warby Parker. The company was one of the pioneers of the online eyeglass market. Warby Parker makes the selection process simple by offering an excellent set of guidelines on how to choose the right glasses for you. Basically, there are five main rules to follow when buying new glasses:

Your pupils should be near the center of the lens
The lenses shouldn’t extend past the side of your face
Your eyebrows should not be inside the glasses; let ’em fly!
When you smile, your cheeks shouldn’t push the frames up
The frames shouldn’t slide down your nose

If you receive your frames and you love them but they don’t fit quite right, Warby Parker will fix the following issues at any of its retail locations, free:

The frames are too tight or loose behind your ears
The temples are too long or too short
The temples are too tight or loose at the side of your face
The frames are crooked or slide down your face

And if you’re not close to a Warby Parker location, most optical shops will make minor adjustments for free or a small fee. If they do charge you, WP will reimburse you up to $ 50 for a single adjustment within 30 days of purchase. Just email them the bill.

So if you still need to pick out a new visage for summer, head over to Warby Parker today and check out their huge selection of sunglasses. It’s a lot easier than you think. We’ve put together a selection of nine great sunglasses from Warby Parker below.

Raider Wide Aviators in Brushed Ink with Flash Gold Lenses

Some may prefer a more traditional aviator colorway, and Warby certainly offers those. That said, we rather like where this black framed/gold lensed sunglass is headed. Sharp but a bit sinister. Available in Wide widths.

Also available in Polished Gold with either Green or Mirrored Gold Lenses 

Get It: Pick up the Raider Wide Aviator (from $ 145) at Warby Parker

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Logan Sunglasses in Jet Black with Grey Gradient Lenses

The acetate eyewire is offset in stainless steel for a modern spin on a vintage shape. The round shape is academic, while the colorway and materials are playful.

Get It: Pick up the Logan Sunglasses (from $ 145) at Warby Parker

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Harrison in Silver with Whiskey Tortoise with Bottle Green Lenses

Metal-framed lenses wrapped in a thin stripe of tortoise shell makes for a sexy pair of sunglasses. The soda-bottle green lenses only augments the vintage charm.

Get It: Pick up the Harrison Sunglasses (from $ 195) at Warby Parker

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Harris Sunglasses in Crystal Smoke with Mirrored Blue Lenses

Warby has sprinkled a bit of contemporary flair into this traditional silhouette, but iconic midcentury construction will never go out of style. We love the light blue lenses as well as the enticing price point.

Get It: Pick up the Harris Sunglasses (from $ 95) at Warby Parker

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Abe Aviator in Polished Sliver with Vintage Blue Lenses

We like the angular charm of these aviators; it’s a fresh twist on an old fave. We especially like the polarized blue lenses. The stainless steel is hypoallergenic.

Also available in Brushed Ink black with dark lenses.

Get It: Pick up the Abe Aviators (from $ 145) at Warby Parker

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Avery Sunglasses in Hazelnut Tortoise Matte

A hip, contemporary spin on trad tortoise shell frames, the Averies feature a stainless steel brow bar. Smallish lenses look better on thinner faces.

Also available in black with gold hardware.

Get It: Pick up the Avery Sunglasses (from $ 145) at Warby Parker

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Haskell Sunglasses in Crystal

With round lenses and slim temple arms, these shades manage to be clear-framed without being too funky. It’s a fun but mature visage.

Get It: Pick up the Haskell Sunglasses (from $ 95) at Warby Parker

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Barkley Sunglasses in Antique Shale Fade with Green-Grey Lenses

The Barkley manages to pull off the neat trick of looking both midcentury and contemporary at once. Made purely of acetate, so they wide lenses belie their light weight.

Also available in black mette with dark lenses.

Get It: Pick up the Barkley Sunglasses (from $ 95) at Warby Parker

 

 

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Durand Sunglasses in Tortoise with Classic Blue Lenses

Sometimes the best approach is the simple one. The shades take a classsic silhouette and spice it up with blue lenses. Subtle but sexy.

Get It: Pick up the Durand Sunglasses (from $ 95) at Warby Parker

 

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Here’s the First Fashion Collab Between A-Rod and J-Lo for Quay Sunglasses

It was only a matter of time. Newly engaged power couple Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez have launched their first fashion collaboration: QuayXArod Collection.


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Quay is known for providing high-style sunglasses at affordable prices, and the QuayXRrod Collection is no exception. Starting at just $ 50, the line features 11 variations of laidback South Beach styles. All feature polarized lenses and premium materials, like metal frames and stainless-steel hinges. From aviators to injection-molded sport shades, the line has something for everyone. And at this attractive price point, they’re bound to be a hit.

Check out the full QUAYXAROD Collection at Quay Australia, and our favorite styles below.


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Still Standing

Lightweight and flexible for all day comfort, Still Standing features medium-sized polarized lenses in a durable metal frame with a brow bar. The blue lenses are a fun take on the classic aviato.

Get it: Pick up QuayXArod Still Standing aviators ($ 50) here.

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Hardwire

The frames are standard and mainstream to suit most any occasion—but the orange/rose lenses add a pop of color that’ll make you stand out at any backyard bash. They’re also available in clear frames with lime green lenses.

Get it: Pick up your QuayXArod Hardwired sunglasses ($ 50) here

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Poster Boy

Now this is more in line with what we expect from A-Rod, and we’re not just talking about the name. Trendy and cool, but elegant and traditional, these slick, squared aviators transition smoothly from the boardwalk to the bar. Also available in black frames with either blue or smoked lenses.

Get it: Pick up the Poster Boy sunglasses ($ 60) at Quay Australia.

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Apollo

When you’re ready to step out like A-Rod, the Apollos are the shades for you. The oval frames and blue/green reflective lenses are a swingin’ take on the classic aviator. Also available in gold frames with black lenses.

Get it: Pick up QuayXArod Apollo sunglasses ($ 60) here.

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Evasive

Arod’s take on the classic metal frame hybrid lens exudes an expected amount of South Beach cool. Polarized lenses reduce glare and sharpen the scene. We dig the way these clear frames mesh with the gold hardware. Also available in black frames with smoked lenses, and tortoise-shell frames with brown lenses.

Get it: Pick up QuayXArod Evasive sunglasses ($ 60) here.

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Get the Aviators The Rock Wears—Get Randolph Sunglasses

What do Zac Efron, Ryan Gosling, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, John Krasinski, and Jon Hamm all have in common? They’ve all rocked Randolph sunglasses in their most famous roles. If you want that timeless Aviator look the stars wear, get yourself some Randolphs.

Specializing in metal-framed shades with amazing optics and top-notch quality, Randolph sunglasses are made in the USA to exacting specifications. They’re so well-made the Randolph Frame of Choice (FOC) program provides the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, and NASA with an alternative to standard-issue military spectacles.

And those same specs that support our troops—and adorn our movie stars—are available to you.

 

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Randolph

Starting with top-grade materials like real glass lenses and precious metal frames, 50 different people cut, mold, stamp, twist, solder, plate, and polish Randolph sunglasses in a six-week process that involves more than 200 steps. Mostly by hand. All to produce just one pair of sunglasses with specifications precise enough to meet the demands the world’s toughest critics: the US Department of Defense, NATO, pilots, soldiers, and astronauts. (And The Rock, of course.)

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What Makes Randolph Different?

Many other American eyewear companies took manufacturing overseas, chasing better profit margins. Randolph, though, chose to stay right here at home. Randolph Engineering is the only remaining optical company from the 1970s that kept metal eyeglass frame manufacturing alive in the United States, using materials sourced in the US. Three generations in and 45 years after its inception, Randolph is still handcrafting eyewear to military specifications, right in Randolph, Massachusetts.

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Randolph

Today, Randolph is still family-owned and -operated. And they’re still handcrafting the finest sunglasses with top-grade materials, classic designs, and a relentless attention to detail and quality.

All Randolph glasses are customizable. Just pick a frame and choose your material, your lens, and everything. You can even choose to have your frames engraved, which is great for wedding parties, birthday and anniversary gifts, etc.

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A few of our favorites are below.

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Aviator

With your choice of five distinct frame materials and three lans colors, what makes Randolph’s Aviators particulary great is your choice of three different widths—53mm, 55mm, and 58mm—so you can dial in the fit to match your head size.

Get It: Check out Randolph Aviators now, starting at $ 219

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Concorde

These throwbacks blend a nostalgic silhouette with modern technology. Available in gold, chrome, or black frames in green, grey, or tan lenses, they also come in three frame widths: 52mm, 57mm, and 61mm.

Get It: Check out the Randolph Concordes now from $ 239

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Archer

Sleek, square, and sexy, this is an alluring twist on the classic Aviator that’s excellent for big guys with large faces. It’s available in 59 or 63mm widths, and chrome or dark Ruthenium frames.

Get It: Check out the Raldolph Archers from $ 219

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Aviator Sunglasses and Combat Boots: How to Get Justin Theroux’s Personal Style

As one of the most stylish guys working in the business today, Men’s Journal January 2019 cover star Justin Theroux has put together his own signature look and personal style. From his perfectly tousled hair, to his relaxed but refined clothing options, and his functional footwear, Theroux knows what he likes, and he makes it work.


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First off, Theroux is a big fan of Aviator sunglasses. “I just like aviator sunglasses—they’re classic,” Theroux told Men’s Journal. “I also like glasses that are indestructible that you can throw in your front pocket.”

When it comes to footwear, Theroux likes to combine the functional the stylish with a pair of Common Projects combat boots, or if he’s dressing up for a night out, he’ll throw on a nice dress boot like a Yves Saint Laurent or Louis Vuitton. “A good pair of combat boots is always good to have; those suede Common Project boots are comfortable.”

As for the hair, it’s pretty simple for Theroux: “I get a haircut every couple weeks, I throw a little Shu Uemura, a hair paste in it, just run it through.”


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Find out more about Theroux’s personal style in the video above, you can read all about it and much more—like Theroux’s fitness routine—in our full profile in the January issue of Men’s Journal, on newsstands now.

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A Sleek Weekender, Aviator Sunglasses, and More Stylish Travel Accessories for Fall 2018

In need of some travel accessories that’ll become travel necessities? After all, when you’re constantly jetsetting for work (or play), it pays to have some trusty standbys you can rely on. We’ve put together three of our favorites for fall 2018. All you need to do is plan your great escape.

 

 

Michael Kors Henry Weekender
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Whether you’re hitting the gym or taking a short trip, the Michael Kors Henry Weekender is the kind of bag that will shock you with its usefulness.

[$ 598; michaelkors.com]

 

Prada Linea Rossa
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Equally utilitarian (in a good way) is a pair of aviators—like the Prada Linea Rossa.

[$ 320; sunglasshut.com]

Outerknown Horizon Snapback
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And of course you need a fine ball cap to conceal bedhead. We like the 100 percent organic cotton Outerknown Horizon Snapback.

[$ 20; outerknown.com]


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How to Wear the Summer’s Hottest Trend: Translucent Frame Sunglasses

Transparent frames have never looked better, thanks to brands turning out see-through sunglasses styles in classic shapes.


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Here are five of our favorite pairs of summer 2018.


The Best Sunglasses to Highlight Your Face Shape and Personal Style

1. Elston by State

The brown hue of both the frame and lenses splits the difference between crystal clear glasses and traditional tortoiseshell, so they’re a subtle but standout take on the transparent look. 

[$ 387; stateopticalco.com]

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2. Walker by Saturdays NYC

Handcrafted in Japan from Italian acetate, this frame features thicker temples and a straight brow, which gives it an angular look perfect for guys with rounder faces.

[$ 295; saturdaysnyc.com]

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3. Parkhurst by Raen

This unisex design with a flat profile has seven strong barrel hinges in each temple, meaning it can withstand the beating of a day at the beach. Its acetate frame changes from tortoiseshell to clear and sleek.

[$ 135; raen.com]

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4. Lemtosh by Moscot

Jeff Goldblum and Truman Capote both wore the Lemtosh in opaque styles, but the clear version with bottle-green lenses works just as well for us less famous dudes. The frame comes in different width sizes and in bold hues like sage and tobacco. 

[$ 290; moscot.com]

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5. Grayson by Garrett Leight

This slightly oversize frame features stylish blue lenses and a high keyhole bridge. But the anti-reflective coating and ultraviolet protection make this pair a great combination of form and function. 

[$ 340; garrettleight.com]

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The best sunglasses for your face shape

Gentlemen, we’ll be honest: Whether you’re about to head out or trying to hide your hangover, the easiest way to instantly look better is to toss on a pair of sunglasses.

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Sorry, Rihanna! Ryan Reynolds Is Over The Tiny Sunglasses Trend

Ryan Reynolds has had it with the tiny sunglasses trend.


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Our Favorite Sunglasses for Men

Standard black-frame shades are taking a backseat to lighter, more playful sunglasses — but that doesn’t mean you have to look like Elton John. All 28 of these brands are designing timeless shades with interesting hues and shapes that make a distinct break from your old frames. “Eyewear is an easy way to incorporate a little color into your look,” says Garrett Leight, of Garrett Leight California Optical. “And it’s not a huge commitment, like a new suit or a pair of white pants; it’s just a small accent.”

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How to Pick the Right Pair of Sunglasses for Your Face Shape

Sorry to break it to you, but no matter how symmetrical your face is, not every pair of sunglasses is going to look great on your handsome mug. Even for the famous guys like Kurt Cobain, Malcolm X, JFK and John Lennon who managed to make eyewear history with their shades, finding a pair of signature glasses that work isn’t exactly a walk in the park. And that’s because to do it, you have to get to know your own face.

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Caroline Wozniacki to Release Sunglasses Line

After teaming for intimates, watches and Adidas by Stella McCartney tennis attire, Caroline Wozniacki is adding sunglasses to the mix. Her capsule collection for Ovvo Optics features 11 men’s and women’s styles named after friends and family, as well as famous Danes such as Viggo Mortensen and Karl Lagerfeld muse and model Freja Beha Erichsen. It’s the New Jersey-based eyewear firm’s first collaboration and foray into fashion. The company didn’t have a hard time convincing the 2018 Australian Open champion — who lives in sunglasses in her downtime, whether on a jet ski or at the beach — to sign on.
“The partnership gives me the opportunity to really design and be involved in the whole process,” she said, during a photo shoot on a vintage boat in Biscayne Bay. “We got out a big picture of my face and started drawing prototypes on it.”
She liked the brainstorming session’s inaugural round frames so much they begat the Caroline style. Each pair, from aviators to a butterfly, has Carl Zeiss lenses and Ovvo’s signature surgical steel and titanium composite frames, which are manufactured in Poland on its exclusive machines once used to build spacecraft. The company’s innovative materials and construction-like screwless hinges appealed to

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Why You Can’t Wear the Same Sunglasses in Fall That You Wore All Summer

The sun isn’t a summer-only phenomenon, which means that the advent of fall is no reason to forgo a pair of sunglasses. In fact, autumn is the perfect season to showcase a different, slightly more restrained look that a great pair of sunglasses will help you nail down.

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Billy Reid Just Released Fall’s Best New Sunglasses

Not long ago, Billy Reid was helping his wife Jeanne with a renovation project when a door fell and hit him on the side of the head. Fortunately, his trademark Paul Smith glasses, (which, as a guy who suffers from both myopia and an astigmatism, Reid had worn every day for almost 20 years) were there to break the fall. Unfortunately, the frames were damaged so severely that, unlike his head, they couldn’t be repaired.

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Billy Reid Just Released Fall’s Best New Sunglasses

Not long ago, Billy Reid was helping his wife Jeanne with a renovation project when a door fell and hit

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Sunglasses That Will Get You Noticed This Summer

We’re heading into prime sunglasses season. Here are three pairs of shades that will make you the envy of the beach or whatever scene at which you need to see (as in cutting down the sun’s rays) and be seen (as in "dang, you look good").

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They Are Wearing: Cool Summer Sunglasses

Sunglasses are one of summer’s best statement accessories, expressing style, attitude and even a sense of humor as they perform their intended task of shielding eyes from harsh glare. They can also be the first thing one notices about the person wearing them, creating an instant identity: elegant, quirky, sophisticated, sporty, retro-loving.
On the streets of Paris, Milan and New York during the recent couture shows and men’s fashion weeks to stylish neighborhoods and art festivals in Tel Aviv, Barcelona, St. Petersburg and Venice, we focused our lenses on the most memorable shades of summer.

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The Best Men’s Sunglasses Looks For Summer

Men’s sunglasses are so much more than a simple accessory to block the summer sun. They can signal swag and personality, and have the potential to make or break a first impression.

Though sunglasses are a must-have summer accessory, it’s not always easy to pair them with the right outfit. We came up with the perfect sunnies-clad looks to help even the most hopelessly fashion-backwards dude.

Here are our favorite shades for this summer. If we missed any of your picks, let us know in the comments section below.

Square Sunglasses

Square sunglasses are a classic pick and pull together an outfit well.

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Get The Square Look:

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How To Wear:

Square

Aviator Sunglasses

Aviators are sophisticated and provide the perfect finishing touch to a summer outfit.

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Aviator

Statement Sunglasses

Statement sunglasses are full of personality and will showcase your unique style.

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Get The Statement Look:

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Christian Dior Sunglasses, $ 520 / Tarxia Wood Sunglasses, $ 439 / ASOS Sunglasses, $ 12.84 / SocialEyes Sunglasses, $ 114.99 / Nautical Pilot Sunglasses, $ 260

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Flat Top Sunglasses

Flat top sunglasses are hip, providing a great cool factor by veiling more of the face.

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Flat Top

Round Sunglasses

Round sunglasses are a great throwback, so grab a pair and get ready to rock out in your favorite look.

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Busting Sunglasses Myths: How To Pick Protective (And Cool!) Shades

Picking a pair of sunglasses is about more than just shape or shade, especially if you want to protect your eyes. In honor of national sunglasses day we’re joined by doctor Annie Negrin, and ophthalmologist, who’s going to bust some myths about sunglasses and the protection they can provide.

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6 Baller Sunglasses Trends for Summer, Illustrated

Your sunglasses say a lot about your personality. Aviators say sporty and classic, round frames say creative and artsy, and oversize plastic frames…well, they might say that you had a little too much fun the…




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Why Good Sunglasses and Lip Gloss Are a Natural Match: Imaan Hammam, Nicola Peltz, and More

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Half the fun of good sunglasses is that they inevitably draw attention to your mouth, which makes them a prime companion for summer’s paler palette of seashell pink and warm nude lip colors. Just give your Instagram feed a quick scan: Perhaps you’ve already spotted Nicola Peltz and Cat McNeil’s rosy stain and tortoiseshell frames, a subtle pairing that offered the same summery polish as their windswept waves. Also embracing a beachy texture, Nadja Bender offset her onyx aviators with a matte, fleshy beige lip shade while a poolside Imaan Hammam relied on little more than clear balm to accentuate her pillowy mouth with a soft-shine finish. Here, three selfie-friendly beauty upgrades made for a sunny day.

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Best Sunglasses For Face Shape: How To Flatter Your Face

The official start to summer is upon us! But before you pack those bags for Memorial Day weekend, you’ll need to find the perfect sunglasses. Style expert Shaunya Hartley joins TODAY Wednesday with tips for the best frames to fit your face shape.

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Elton John — Don’t Go Takin’ My Heart Sunglasses!!!

The famous sunglasses that became Elton John’s signature in the ’70s have been mysteriously stolen right out of a famous museum.  A pair of Elton’s iconic heart-shaped shades — which he frequently wore while performing songs like “Saturday Night’s…

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Elton John — Don’t Go Takin’ My Heart Sunglasses!!!

The famous sunglasses that became Elton John’s signature in the ’70s have been mysteriously stolen right out of a famous museum.  A pair of Elton’s iconic heart-shaped shades — which he frequently wore while performing songs like “Saturday Night’s…

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Why Easy Waves and Sunglasses Are a Natural Match: Doutzen Kroes, Miranda Kerr, and More

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If there’s one beauty lesson to be gleaned from frequent flyers, outdoor types, and paparazzi magnets alike, it’s that there’s no better way to transform a bare face and rumpled hair into a thing of Instagram-worthy beauty than with the perfect pair of sunglasses—a concept some of our favorite off-duty models have elevated into an art form. Behati Prinsloo and Doutzen Kroes channeled Almost Famous with textured hippie middle parts and mirrored Ray-Bans. Fresh from the Suite Caroline salon in New York, Alessandra Ambrosio accentuated her caramel highlights with tone-on-tone tortoiseshell frames, while Miranda Kerr enjoyed a sunny spring day with violet-tinted lenses and a neat knot. And discovering the hidden glamour in a low ponytail and a cozy sweater, Sasha Luss posted a selfie wearing gold-rimmed aviators. Here, five easy arguments for greeting the sunny season with bedhead and a new pair of shades.

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7 Cat-Eye Sunglasses for Retro Flair

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Purchased a new accessory recently? Selfie it. And while you’re at it, take a cue from Rihanna for tips, who today snapped her cat-eye slate blue sunnies by Adam Selman x Le Specs. Want to score the same like-worthy sunglasses? From pretty lavender to glitter-streaked violet to retro color-blocked, here are seven cat-eye sunglasses to wear while throwing some stylish shade.

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Big Sunglasses, Bright Scarves and Bold Suspenders Made Up Our Favorite Accessories Of The Week

‘Tis the season for oversized sunglasses, floppy hats and… suspenders?

Yes, you heard us right. This week, Hollywood kept us on our toes when it came to summer accessories. While many stars stepped out wearing classic warm-weather pieces like strappy shoes and statement clutches, others took a more adventurous route.

Whether you want to take a style risk this weekend or play if safe, you’ll find plenty of inspiration from our favorite accessories of the week.

Kate Bosworth’s Bionda Castana heels

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These ladylike heels complement her floral dress perfectly.

Karolina Kourkova’s Giuseppe Zanotti purse and shoes

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Nothing amps up a LBD like a pair of badass gold shoes and a matching clutch.

Nicole Richie’s Chanel suspenders

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Suspenders may have you thinking of Steve Urkel, but not when they are Chanel and on Nicole Richie.

Heidi Klum’s sunglasses

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Babe alert! These oversized sunglasses make Klum’s plain jeans and blazer outfit just fashion-forward enough.

Kate Hudson’s scarf

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Scarves aren’t just for winter. In fact, a lightweight kerchief is perfect for summer and a little unexpected, so you can bet that you’ll stand out from the crowd.

Rachel Zoe’s hat

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Zoe might look like she is dressed for fall, but who can blame her when she looks this good?
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