Even though you may already be stacked with shades in your favorite shapes—finding the right style for your face is sunglass selection step numero uno—we say there's no such thing as too many pairs, so long as they're comfortable and, uh, easy-on-the-eyes. Here, the chicest new shades to shield your face, from giant bug-eye sunnies to tiny futuristic frames.
It’s clear ::proudly winks to self:: that these reflective frames with 24K-gold hardware pull together any look.
Behold the universally-flattering sunglasses worn by Sandra Bullock in the Oceans 8 promo. Drops mic.
Barton Perreira, $510
Blasts “” and transports into a Wes Anderson movie. This sunshiny-chic number also comes in red, yellow, turquoise, light blue, pink, or black.
Christopher Kane, $288
Paparazzi-repellant glasses that will make you feel famous.
Linda Farrow, $540
These time-traveling aviators give a nod to GenZ yellow *and* keep things old school.
Marc Jacobs, $160
Sleek and smooth with rose gold rims. *drools*
Max Mara, $265
For oval-shaped faces and all the ladies going for the Boca Raton–chic look.
The sleek craftsmanship here makes a strong and fashionable case for the visor frame.
Rag & Bone, $245
The purple notes in these universally flattering frames look smashing paired with summer linens and a denim jacket.
As spotted on Blake Lively during New York Fashion Week and the day of this year's Met Gala.
Funky glamour: the best and trendiest kind.
Warby Parker, $95
It's all about the clear frames on this oversized pair that's UV-protected and has just the right hint of amber on the lenses.
Warby Parker, $95
Let it be known: Shield aviators are super chic, but definitely not for shy types.
3.1 Phillip Lim, $135
Hello, thick white frames I want to keep in my summer collection forever.
Free People, $25
The tiny sunglasses trend just got bigger with these '90s-inspired octagonal sunglasses. Yes, they're a thing, and you either love 'em or hate 'em.
Urban Outfitters, $16
Blink and you almost miss the tiny rhinestone detailing on each side of this tangerine dream.
Free People, $25
Consider the narrow cat-eye silhouette the most evergreen of sunglass styles, which is a great excuse to shop them immediately.
Le Specs, $119
"I saw Rihanna and Bella Hadid wearing Dior sunglasses, so I went out and bought Dior sunglasses.”
fields sunglasses forever. The gold metal stars on these groovy frames will make you feel nostalgic for the '60s (even if you were born in the 90s).
Poppy Lissiman, $95
Few can pull off round sunglasses, but if your head shape is square, you need to try these out. You'll begin to wonder how you ever wore anything else.
Warby Parker, $145
If you want to take a tiny dip into the tortoise trend, test out the waters with this pair of Ray-Bans. They're simple, sleek, and gender-neutral.
Lasik vibes, but make it fashion.
Marc Jacobs, $140
The goldilocks of brown oversized shades—not too round and not too square.
Remember how we said you can ease your way into the tortoise frames? Well, this pair is "you've moved in together and are talking about getting a dog" commitment-level.
Ah, the sunglasses minus the glasses. These gold-rimmed aviators make the case for clear lenses any day. (We're not responsible for any dressings-down you get from your optometrist.)
Oliver Peoples, $490
Bella, is that you?
Poppy Lissiman, $98
We’re all about the cyborg feline feminism vibes coming from these futuristic, polished black acetate frames.
Westward Leaning, $195
The white rim on these lenses ups this pair's chicness factor. Not to mention, you'll be twinning with Joe Jonas.
Privé Revaux, $30
We prefer our bug-eye, Iris Apfel shades in crystals and suede, thank you very much.
Miu Miu, $270
These are called, "Viva la velvet." Honestly, they had us at velvet.
Free People, $30