Before you start shopping for sunglasses, you should find the right style for your face. Once you're comfortable with a classic style—for example, a simple black frame—you can consider more trend-driven pairs in similar shapes, from Kardashian-esque ski-inspired sunglasses to angular cat-eye shades. But no matter what kind of shades you're looking for this season, your favorite brands have you covered with both stylish new designs and fresh updates to the classics. We're big believers in there being no such thing as too many pairs of sunglasses, and if you so choose, you can own everyday sunglasses, pool-day sunglasses, early-evening sunglasses, special-occasion sunglasses, and so many more. We found the best new shades to shield your face for summer (and potentially fall/winter). Check out 33 pairs that are oh so easy on the eyes.
These Ray-Ban sunglasses are a redesign from a '70s style, which makes the old new again. The thicker tortoiseshell acetate frames complement the tinted brown lenses.
Not sure if these frames fit your face? Determine your face shape first and then buy sunglasses accordingly. They're great for people who love more angular shades.
If you're known for being quirky and making your own fashion trends, these blue sideways flame sunglasses are for you. They add a hint of coolness to any outfit and will bring the attention directly to your face.
Your favorite pair of aviators broke—don't despair! We found an under $100 option from Quay that will make you quickly forget about the old pair.
Luxury eyewear brand Shades of Shades is on a quest to bring inclusive sunglasses shades in the "nude" category. If you haven't found your perfect color match yet, you may just find the one here.
Gift your bridesmaids these "bride squad" sunglasses so everyone is armed with a goodie to take photos of at the bachelorette party. These shades are definitely Instagram-worthy and will guarantee those likes.
Everyone needs a pair of sunglasses they can just throw on and have it magically match every outfit. These are the magical sunnies we like to keep in our accessories stash.
Your favorite translucent frames just got a splash of color and gold accents. The unexpected pop of gold makes this pair of sunnies feel fresh and cool.
The brand draws its inspiration from architecture, hence the sunglasses are unlike any others you may have come across. The cutout design on this one is 100 percent memorable.
If your shopping budget is modest, opt for a pair of H&M sunglasses. These look luxe and, most importantly, the tinted lenses provide UV-protection against the sun.
If you're looking for a brand that gives back, Bold Dots runs an awesome initiative. For every frame purchased, the company will provide treatment and corrective vision frames to a person in need, mainly the elderly and children in elementary school in small villages in India.
You love to people watch, but what's more awkward than making accidental eye contact? Now you can properly observe in peace with these matte black frames because no one will see your wandering eyes from afar.
Look at the world through rose-colored glasses (literally) in this tinted pair of sunnies. The oval shape is right on trend for the season and we love the rimless gradient lenses for their sleek aesthetic.
These angular sunglasses have been spotted on celebs such as Sophie Turner and Irina Shayk, so they'll definitely meant for the cool, trendy gal. The black frames are versatile in terms of color-coordinating with your wardrobe and add just the right amount of style to your usual summertime outfits.
These Zebrawood frames are as lightweight as they are sustainable, without sacrificing style.
Longchamp makes amazing bags and clothing—and its accessories, like these sunglasses, are gorgeous as well. The style is neither too trendy nor flashy, making it the perfect shades to wear year after year.
stars Fendi. These holographic logo-covered lenses are an instant fashion flex when you arrive to the pool. The lightweight sunglasses have a square frame, which are best suited for round and heart-shaped faces.
A pair of translucent sunglasses is a good option for those who don't want to add additional color to their outfits. The menswear-inspired sunglasses (you don't have to steal bae's anymore) feature a slightly squared-off shape and a keyhole bridge.
This frame comes in multiple colors, but I love the uniqueness of the horizontal stripes. Recommended for round faces, the cat-eye shape will fit and flatter.
Fans of traditional aviator designs will love this vintage style from MCM. Style with a leather jacket and pants for that calm, cool, and collected vibe.
Forget Chloé bags, get me these Chloé frames. They're sleek, delicate, luxe, and everything you could want in a pair of designer sunglasses. My favorite part is the scallop edges around the lenses.
Warby Parker is stepping up its sunglasses game with this on-trend pair of blue tortoise sunnies. The scratch-resistant lenses block 100 percent of UV rays and can come as prescription lenses too.
Of course Rihanna wouldn't do us wrong with some stunna shades: these shields are a major look. The "terra cotta" colorway looks amazing on all skintones too.
You have a tendency to misplace your sunglasses and would rather not splurge on a super expensive pair. Here's a cute and affordable pair of shades to get you through summer and beyond (that is, if you don't lose them).
These futuristic sunglasses remind me of a chicer pair of lab goggles. Not many people would be brave enough to pull these off, which makes them perfect for you. You're looking for that one-of-a-kind frame for 2020.
This pair has a lot going on with a mix of tints and textures, but somehow they are super neutral and will literally go with everything you own.
Praised for being trendy, comfortable, and sturdy, these shades come in five different colors, though this rainbow one embodies all those positive summertime vibes.
Off-White always pushes the envelope when it comes to streetwear, and these sporty wrap-around shades are no exception.
If Jennifer Lopez created it, we're buying it. The singer teamed up with Quay to design a collection of sunglasses and this cat-eye style is almost too cool for words. Of course it'll fit oversize on you because J.Lo does it bold and loud.
Sunglasses chains are the best new accessory you didn't know you needed and at this price, it's totally worth dipping a toe into this trend.