20 Cool Sunglasses Brands You’ll Want to Start Wearing Right Now

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20 Cool Sunglasses Brands You’ll Want to Start Wearing Right Now

Whether you’re looking for a new sunglass style or want to add even more pairs to your collection, here, 20 eyewear brands you’ll want to be seen in this year.

If You Don’t Like Dropping a Ton of Money

Prive Riveaux’s frames, like this multicolor cat-eye pair, are trendy, affordable, and oh-so-cute.

If You Like a Variety of Styles

Always up on the latest out-there styles? Quay Australia frequently partners with influencers and celebrities, including Kylie Jenner, on of-the-moment designs.

If You’re Going on Vacation

Seafolly also makes swimwear and activewear, meaning the brand is a great go-to for your next vacay. It specializes in dreamy frame designs that’ll look perfect in your Instagram pics.

If You’re on a Budget But Want to Look Stylish

Leith’s wallet-friendly styles include these still-trending tiny cat-eye lenses.

If You Like Gold Accents

Many of Perverse’s sunglasses styles feature cool metal accents and unique shapes, much like these octagon-shaped frames.

If You Like Statement Colors

If you’re into cool lens shapes, give Crap Eyewear a whirl. They make many trendy varieties, but also have more classic shapes, including this round pair.

If You Like Sunglasses With Personality

Sonix specializes in fun shapes, like this thick-framed rectangular pair.

If You Like Striking Eyewear

Poppy Lissiman’s frames are a celeb favorite because of the fun hues and exaggerated silhouettes. This slim style is one of the brand’s most popular.

If You Like Bold Brow Bars

You’ve definitely seen an A-lister in a pair of Krewe sunglasses—everyone from Gigi Hadid to Beyoncé and even Meghan Markle are fans. The designs often feature cool brow bars inspired by the ornate wrought-iron gates of New Orleans, where the brand is based.

If You Like Classic Shapes

Ray-Bans are an eyewear staple thanks to its long history (the brand dates all the way back to 1937!). The wayfarers and aviators, like the pair here, are the label’s most popular silhouettes.

If You’re a Fashionista

This particular pair of Le Specs sunglasses practically took over you fashion blogger Instagram, but the Australian brand also has a plethora of equally eye-catching designs.

If You Like Timeless Designs

The New York-based brand Moscot is known for its styles that aren’t driven by trends, if you’re looking for sunglasses that never go out of fashion.

If You Like Bright Lenses

Sunday Somewhere has tons of bright and vivid lenses in all sorts of shapes. As a helpful feature, you can also browse by your face shape when shopping online.

If You Like a Modern Look

Illesteva puts a new twist on classic eyewear with acetate frames that pack a punch, like these oval tortoiseshell ones.

If You Want People to Do a Double Take

Westward Leaning has tons of funky frame styles including amazing shield-looking ones, but it also offers more traditional shapes. Just check out this gorgeous transparent round pair with pink lenses.

If You Like Thick-Framed Sunglasses

Karen Walker’s sunglasses include her signature arrow logos in gold and many of her designs feature thick acetate frames around the lenses.

If You Like a Retro Look

Oliver Peoples specializes in making vintage shapes feel modern and fresh. The brand was founded in West Hollywood in the ’80s and encapsulates that California vibe with its styles.

If You Like Lightweight Sunnies

Ahlem’s delicate designs—like this pair—will feel so light around your face without skimping on UV protection.

If You’re a Trendsetter

Vogue Eyewear’s collaboration with Gigi Hadid has some of the most fashion-forward designs out there in a variety of silhouettes.

If You Like Scratch-Resistant Lenses

Warby Parker’s sunglasses are durable yet stylish. The brand even offers a 30-day return or exchange policy as well as a lens-replacement service offered up to a year after purchase.