Because I am very light sensitive, sunglasses are an essential for me, year-round. But in summer they’re especially clutch, and even though I currently have a number of pairs in rotation, that doesn’t keep me from wanting more. I think this pair from Anine Bing is pretty sharp, and trendy without being too much so.
Now this pair is rather nuts, but in a pretty excellent way.
I like the bottle green shade of the frames on these, from Warby Parker.
My friend Andrea was wearing these Ray Bans when we met the other day for a socially distanced walk, and I’ve been craving them ever since: they’re like Wayfarers, but the shape is just a little bit cooler.
These have just a hint of a cat eye, which I like.
The red on this splurgy pair is just so good, and so is their shape—if you like cat-eyes but don’t think they look good on you, a rounded-off pair like this one just might do the trick.
These are a classic Wayfarer shape, but the off-white hue makes them fresh.
You can’t beat Ray Ban’s Clubmaster for timeless cool.
These are both statement-y and well-priced, which is a winning combination.
I think these squared-off wire frame lenses are just a shade cooler than aviators.
If you are truly light sensitive, you will need a pair of sunglasses with thick arms, and these can’t be beat in that respect.
A hexagonal pair is surprisingly flattering on the face.
These, from Celine are pricey (they’re Celine after all) but I just really dig the clunky shape and thick frames.
And I love the purple lenses on this oversized pair from Karen Walker.
And finally: these are from Bose, and have mini-speakers and a microphone, so you can use them as you would your AirPods, which is pretty great.