Wraparound Sunglasses Make Everyone Feel Cooler — Here’s 10 Perfect Pairs

From sporty looks to sci-fi vibes.

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The wrap around sunglasses trend of 2022 is all about wearing a style once relegated to high school coaches and Teva-wearing dads with, well, anything you darn well please. Shop 10 takes on the oft-controversial “gas station” style ahead. @lucyyknelll
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Sure, they’d work great with denim and leather. But consider using this sleek style to give all your floaty floral dresses some edge.
See On Versace
Skin Cat Sunglasses
No one makes futuristic alien eyewear look high fashion quite like Balenciaga. Throw these on anytime you need to make basics look bad*ss.
See On Balenciaga
Think of these frames as a sportier alternative to avaitors — in other words, they work wonderfully well with nearly everything.
See On Alo
Retangular and slightly tilted up, these skinny lenses feel late ‘90s — just picture Gwyneth Paltrow wearing them with a black polo and faded jeans — in the best possible way.
See On Ssense
For the fashion lover who doesn’t take themselves *too* seriously: this playful goggle-like pair — complete with colorful mirrored lenses — is for you.
See On Moda Operandi
For an OG take on wraparound sunglasses (not to mention a more reasonable price), try Oakley. The performance gear brand mastered the sporty style long before fashion designers adopted it.
See On Oakley
Get a little glamorous with the look by mixing this J.Lo-worthy piece with equally Y2K-inspired pieces, like a pleated mini skirt and knee-high boots.
See On Urban Outfitters
Kawe Chocolate
For those who can’t bear to go full “gas station” with their look, try this slightly angled chocolate brown design. It evokes the same mood but still feels so sophisticated.
See On Kimeze
One thing’s for sure: Any entrance made with these motocross-chic babies won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
See On Prada
When in doubt, you can’t go wrong with simple and streamlined design in all black.
See On Saks Fifth Avenue

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