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The Best Sunglasses To Shop For Summer & For All Budgets

You’ll want them all.

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Finding a new pair of sunglasses can be difficult because of the endless silhouettes and different fits out there. To assist with your shopping endeavors, TZR narrowed down the best sunglasses for summer to just 13 pairs. You’ll find your favorite in no time, ahead.

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Reality Eyewear
Bianca
$59

Sophie Turner, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Emily Ratajkowski — to name a few — are all major fans of Reality Eyewear. Pair your rectangular Bianca shades with biker shorts and a cropped hoodie for that quintessential Los Angeles girl-on-the-go look.

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The angular, geometric shape found on these shades from dime. make this pair feel like a fresh take on your classic aviators. And with a $30 price tag, don’t hesitate to add into your checkout cart.

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EMBER NICHE
Sun Marci
$175

There’s a reason tiny rectangular frames have been en vogue for so long: they carry a certain je ne sais quoi spirit. And, the design looks good on an array of face shapes. This pair from EMBER NICHE features genuine mahogany arms, which add a natural nature-y touch.

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Cult Gaia
Hera Sunglasses
$228

Cult Gaia recently launched its own collection of sunglasses — and the results are as fabulous as you’d expect. These boxy frames from the new line tap into the Spring 2021 color trend of joyful yellow hues.

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Nanushka
Horus
$495

For an innovative, out-of-the-box style not many people will own, try Nanushka’s Horus shades. This pair swaps the traditional arms of sunglasses for gold chains anchored down by ball weight hardware.

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KREWE
Jena Maple
$235

These tortoiseshell sunnies from KREWE make for a great everyday option. The upswept brow design delivers a striking silhouette that is both subtle and bold.

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Regina King’s Oscar dress referenced a winged silhouette and Dua Lipa’s Grammy’s look featured a butterfly bodice, so it’s safe to say the colorful insect is having a moment. Chloé’s multi-colored butterfly-shaped shades tap into this motif and is wearable with any outfit.

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Aperçu
Quann II Kiwi
$229

These oversized, pistachio-colored frames from Aperçu’s collab with twin sisters Cipriana Quann and Tk Wonder are equal parts drama and function. There’s a charitable element to the collection, too. For every pair purchased, $10 will be donated to The Loveland Foundation.

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For an oversized pair of sunglasses that are full of personality, opt for these Dior statement shades. The pilot-inspired tortoiseshell option even comes with its own matching Instagram filter, so cool.

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Solid & Striped
The Ditch Tort
$98

These oval-shaped shades are from Solid & Striped’s second collaboration with eyewear brand Le Specs. Pair with a one-shoulder Solid & Striped swimsuit and you’re all set for a sun-soaked day at the beach with your besties.

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If there’s ever a modern-day Breakfast at Tiffany’s reboot, these are the shades Holly Golightly would wear. The cat-eye shape and pearl detailing make them feel effortlessly opulent.

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Privé Revaux
Chi Chi
$29.95

If cat-eye sunglasses or butterfly shapes don’t capture your attention, check out some rectangular frames. These purple gradient lenses channel strong, early aughts energy.

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Coco And Breezy
Peyton 102
$225

From far away, this pair of sunnies from sister-run brand Coco and Breezy seems like typical tortoiseshell shades. But upon a closer glance, or when the light hits them, you’ll see the pattern features layered graphite and golden amber, making the frames a standout accessory.

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