These Are The Trendiest Sunglasses Of Summer

Happy National Sunglasses Day! We can all agree: No summer look is complete without a great pair of shades. And while you surely have a favorite old pair that you default to when the weather heats up, why not try some fresh 2017 sunnies on for size? In honor of the holiday, we’ve pinpointed the top seven trends that should be on your radar—and in your wardrobe—this season.

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Summer Sunnies

Think '50s and '60s retro-glam frames with a modern update. Head scarf and convertible not included.

Polly ’90s Pointy Polly Cateye Sunglasses



The Fugitive Sunglasses


Adam Selman x Le Specs



State Optical

The shape made iconic by Kurt Cobain is experiencing a renaissance (along with everything else from the '90s). But we’re not mad about it.

Replay Vintage Oval Sunglasses


Forever 21




IRIS | Stella 24K



Here's another '90s silhouette back for a second round (we told you!). Small sunnies have been spotted on basically every It girl you can think of.

India Retro Small Lens Aviator Sunglasses



Doris 2.0 Sunglasses


Roberi & Fraud

Eartha Sunglasses



Spotted everywhere from the Gucci runway to the stylish streets of NYC (we see you, Bella Hadid), the early 2000s-esque colored lenses—à la Ali G and Bono—are back in full effect and go way beyond the old-school wraparounds.

Palette 04



Navy Round Deckard Sunglasses






Brush up on your geometry and work your angles with a quirky pair of frames in non-traditional shapes.

Figueroa Sunglasses


Bonnie Clyde

Blaze Hexagonal Flat Lens Sunglasses



Large Octagon Sunglasses


Rosie Assoulin x Morgenthal Frederics

Play the circle game with larger-than-life frames in bold colors and fun prints.




Stacey 56mm Round Gradient Lens Sunglasses


Alice & Olivia

GG0105 Sunglasses



Aviators are pretty much a perennial shape, but this season's thicker rims in plastic and acetate give the classic a Boogie Nights–style makeover.

Baroness Sunglasses



Gold Hole Aviator


Acne Studios

Oversized Aviators


Dax Gabler