These Are the New Sunglasses Everyone Will Be Wearing This Summer

HANNA LASSEN

Kick off the summer in style with these chic sunnies for men and women.

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Sunglasses are summer’s de rigueur accessories not only because they are a summer fashion staple but also because they protect your eyes from UV rays. So if you are looking for an excuse to add a pair or two to your collection, now is a perfect time.

If you weren’t a fan of the micro sunglasses trend, you can finally heave a sigh of relief—oversized frames are making a comeback this summer and the bigger they are the better.

And speaking of comebacks, get ready to see more and more 70s-inspired silhouettes as it seems that designers can’t get enough of the creative influences this decade offered. And of course, it won’t be summer without some color—tinted lenses are the easiest way to instantly amp up the cool factor and look festival-ready.

Now keep scrolling to see the most popular sunglass styles for this summer.


Courtesy Etnia Barcelona

Etnia Barcelona Yaletown Sun

These shades are more than just cool looks. They are scratch- and shock-resistant and have flexible hinges for maximum comfort. The lenses, crafted from Barberini mineral crystal, deliver a clear and crisp view.

To buy: $285, etniabarcelona.com


Courtesy Sunglass Hut

Emporio Armani Men’s Full Rim Sunglasses

Functional and good-looking, these Emporio Armani sunnies offer maximum coverage thanks to their oversized athleisure-inspired silhouette.

To buy: $190, sunglasshut.com


Courtesy Sunglass Hut

Miu Miu Square Sunglasses

Embrace the 70s with these oversized square sunglasses that sport cutout frames.

To buy: $420, sunglasshut.com


Courtesy Sunglass Hut

Ray Ban Round Evolve Unisex Sunglasses

Add a pop of color to your summer outfits with these vintage-inspired (the 1960s, to be precise) shades that flaunt orange-hued lenses.

To buy: $183, sunglasshut.com


Courtesy Sunglass Hut

Tiffany&Co Cateye Sunglasses

The beloved and universally flattering style gets a modern makeover. Curved gold-toned T detailing complements the classic black acetate frames for a stylish update.

To buy: $360, sunglasshut.com


Courtesy Sunglass Hut

Prada Millennials Sunglasses

Leave it to Prada to create the coolest futuristic-looking cat-eye frames. We love their angular silhouette and narrow shape.

To buy: $370, sunglasshut.com


Courtesy Barton Perreira

Barton Perreira Mystere Sunglasses

These sunnies are handmade in Japan and have exaggerated butterfly-shaped titanium frames and gradient tinted lenses.

To buy: $490, bartonperreira.com


Courtesy Nordstrom

Grey Ant Megalast II 55mm Men’s Sunglasses

Tired of your old pair of classic aviators? These shades sport a hexagonal shape inspired by the timeless style but look a lot more modern.

To buy: $185, nordstrom.com


Courtesy Nordstrom

Dior Homme 53mm Round Sunglasses

Vintage-inspired black round frames with red temple tips make for quite the cool combination. The lenses are treated to an anti-glare coating for improved vision.

To buy: $590, nordstrom.com


Courtesy Maui Jim

Maui Jim Cut Mountain Men’s Polarized Sunglasses

Maui Jim’s sunglasses deliver incredibly vibrant and clear optics. Their lenses are up to 30 percent thinner than standard ones and are scratch- and solvent-resistant.

To buy: $329, mauijim.com


Courtesy Mr Porter

Cubitts Tankerton Rectangle-frame Acetate Sunglasses

If you’re headed to London this summer, make sure to bring these cool shades with you—they were named after Tankerton street and ooze that edgy vibe that only London has. They feature a flat browline and silver-tone rivets at the temples.s

To buy: $165, mrporter.com