Designer Sunglasses to Treat Yourself To

Because you deserve the best!

Fashionable black woman wearing sunglasses
A cute pair of frames ties together any outfit.Pexels/Andrea Piacquadio

The difference between designer sunglasses and a less pricey pair is clear the second you slide the frames in your face. Quality designs are lightweight, offer superior UV protection and will last you years to come. Here’s how to make your investment count (and still not break the bank).

Ray-Ban Aviator Classic Sunglasses

Go-To Shape

This shape flatters the curves of your face and enhances high cheekbones.Ray-Ban

Aviators are classic for a reason. They flatter nearly every face shape—the curved lines complement heart- and oval-shaped faces, and soften a square jawline. Polarized lenses reduce glare, so you can see everything on your hiking (or shopping) trip more clearly.

Michael Kors Women's Sunglasses

Paparazzi Pair

Oversize frames have a new Hollywood appeal.Michael Kors

Gradient lenses and an oversize shape will make you look like you stepped straight out of the tabloids and into your everyday life. Don’t forget how to act just because you have a chic new pair of frames with metal hardware perched atop your nose.

Ray-Ban Round Non Polarized Sunglasses

Fun Shape

This pastel pair is super lightweight.Ray-Ban

If you have a square-shaped face, or are blessed with super-defined bone structure, round sunglasses offer a flattering contrast. Pastel hues operate as neutrals and add a rosy warmth to your skin tone.

Kate Spade New York Women's Angeliq Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Pop of Color

This retro shape fits small faces perfectly.Kate Spade New York

If you have a narrow face, it can be difficult to find women’s sunglasses that don’t slide off or overwhelm your features. A tapered cat-eye shape makes your cheekbones pop and has a retro charm.

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