From pink tinted lenses to fresh white frames, the top trends in sunglasses this summer are anything but ordinary.
Warby Parker Ormsby Sunglasses
Need prescription shades? This company can switch out the regular lenses for your Rx. Don’t worry about the color being tricky to pull off—this barely-there crystal aqua hue looks lovely on all skin tones.
To buy: $95; warbyparker.com.
Circus by Sam Edelman Wayfarer Sunglasses
The palest purple adds a pop of color to any outfit (and flatters other hues without clashing).
To buy: $36; lordandtaylor.com.
Guess Eye Candy Round Sunglasses
This pair is petitely proportioned—perfect for those with smaller faces. Also available in pink and blue.
To buy: $78; guess.com.
L.A.M.B. For Tura Gigi Sunglasses
A square lens shape provides balance for oval faces (and gilded edges add just a touch of glam—without feeling over the top). Also available in black.
To buy: $180; simplyeyeglasses.com.
New York & Company Color Mirror Aviator Sunglasses
If the brow-bar trend feels a little overwhelming, you may find this subtler take easier to wear. Also available in rose gold and silver.
To buy: $15; nyandcompany.com.
Sonix Bellevue Sunglasses
See the world through rose-colored glasses—literally. Blush-toned frames and mirrored lenses make a menswear-inspired style feel more ladylike.
To buy: $98; shopsonix.com.
Perverse Dahlia Sunglasses
These classic cat-eyes are full of retro appeal—all you need is an equally fabulous sun hat and you’ll set for a day at the beach. Also available in black, white, and green.
To buy: $48; perversesunglasses.com.