Headed for a week of sand, swimsuits, and shenanigans this spring? First off, we’re jealous — and pretty sure everyone deserves a vacation after the Great Polar Vortex of 2014. Stay shaded (and look goooood) under the hot sun with the most celeb and street-worthy styles. These sunglass trends will last you ‘til Labor Day, so don’t be shy. Stock up!


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Oversized Square

Oversized, boxy, and in-your-face, these shades are definitely the life of the party. Double points for studs, browline accents, or mirrored lenses.

 Soft Touch Aviator Style #276

Pastel Pairs

Baby blues, cotton candy pinks, and other sorbet shades are popping up on sunglasses this season, so get pretty in pastel. We love this look on half-rimmed frames, futuristic cat eyes, and sport styles (sporty frames offset these soft colors).

Retro Style #1098 Round Celebrity Style #1033

Retro Square Style

Nothing can touch a classic. Retro square styles will never be unfashionable, so whether you’re sporting a sleek black frame or shades as bright as the sun, you can never have too many.

Classic retro square sunglassesyellow polarized sunglasses

Round & Round

There’s nothing like channeling those boho beach vibes on spring break. Effortless, easygoing, and sexy (plus, they pair perfectly with cutoffs), round shades never go out of style. Just ask John Lennon.

Oversized Round Style #244Round Style #5582

Mirrored Lenses

From bright blues, oranges, and yellows, to gradient and ombre, mirrored lens shades are pretty much the it glasses of the season. From pool parties to playing beach volleyball, you’ll definitely get noticed.

Mirrored Aviators #538 Mirrored Aviator Sunglasses #455

Crazy Cat Eyes

It ain’t over ‘til the cat lady sings. A continued spring staple from past seasons, cat eyes have gotten a modern makeover with half rim features, extra-bold colors, and dramatic angles.

Clubmaster Cat Eyes #1124 Cat Eye Style #6815

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