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Emily Ratajkowski’s Yellow Sunglasses Offer An Easy Way To Wear Color This Season

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Rejoice! Spring is finally here, which means it's time to bid goodbye to neutral knitwear and say hello to candy-colored dresses and vibrant accessories. As you craft your best bright looks for the season ahead, it's only right to gift yourself a shiny new pair of shades while you're at it, and Emily Ratajkowski's yellow sunglasses are the only inspiration needed.

The model stepped out in New York City on Weds., serving cozy off-duty vibes featuring statement cat-eye shades. Dressed in a roomy pair of Dickies Girl cargos, white sneakers, and a black bodysuit, the 27-year-old nailed transitional spring style while summoning sunshine with the cheerful eyewear pick.

Ratajkowski was clearly keeping it chill during her day out in the city, juxtaposing the relaxed jeans with a plunging neckline and a gold necklace. And even though the forecast predicts mild temps for a little while longer, sun-drenched days are right around the corner.

In an effort to protect your eyes from oncoming UV rays, consider it a free pass to snag a fresh pair of shades that will top off your looks with a bold pop of color. Whether you're the type to dive into vibrant mixed prints head-on, or you're that stereotypical New Yorker who swears by all black all the time, a vibrant pair of shades is the easiest way to polish off any look.

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As seen by Ratajkowski's low-key style, a playful pair of sunnies goes a long way, holding the power to elevate lazy-day outfits with little to no effort. From cat eye to '70s-inspired, there are so many fun frames trending right now, so shop The Zoe Report's picks for shades that will instantly brighten your day, ahead.

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The Last Lolita

$119

Le Specs x Adam Selman

Adam Selman's Lolita cat eyes are still such a solid choice, and this vivid pick is a true tangerine dream.

The Supa Phreek

$79

Crap Eyewear

The green trend is still going strong, and these rectangular shades from LA-based Crap Eyewear are so cool and unusual.

Wild Night Sunglasses

$55

Quay

If primary colors aren't your thing, opt for these baby-pink sunnies that still channel the '90s without being tiny.

Scientist Round Metal Sunglasses

$389

Acne Studios

These Lennon-inspired transparent yellow lenses are totally wearable even when the sun's not shining.

Camilla Cat-Eye Sunglasses

$18

Urban Outfitters

Purple is gearing up to have a major moment, so get a head start on the trend with these affordable deep-violet shades.