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50 Dream Sunglasses

There are many possible arguments for saving money on sunglasses—they're easy to misplace, often break and are a fairly trend-driven item. Still, though, where's the fun in that?

If your eyes are the window to your soul, we think you should show them off with some fancy drapes. By which, of course, we mean a cool new pair of shades. Flip through the slideshow to peep 50 of our favorite designer finds, all available right now. Warning: it might be hard to choose just one pair.

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Decorate your face with ultra-feminine lace.

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The mixed blue tones in these frames are everything.

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Chloé's four-corner sunglasses have been kicking around for several seasons now—we think they're a modern classic.

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These frames are screened with stock share prices—so very Wall Street.

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Is it wrong that we subconsciously associate gorgeous burlesque star Dita von Teese with DITA sunglasses? I guess it's the shared glam factor.

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You'll look like you're forever falling in love when you wear this pair.

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A little bit grandpa, a little bit hipster.

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Somebody call Elle Woods, quick—we think she's misplaced her shades.

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These lenses are framed with teal-colored snakeskin: the ultimate in luxury.

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A classic Wayfarer shape gets a party-ready update via silver glitter.

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We're pretty sure Jackie O. would have adored these guys.

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Nobody—nobody—does colorfully marbled sunglasses like Thierry Lasry. We're obsessed.

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Like a lightweight, incredibly chic shield for your face.

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For some reason, we're suddenly craving Neopolitan ice cream.

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Croakies: not just for geeks and dads.

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That slate blue is unexpected yet classic.

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They're wacky and theatrical, sure—but we'd still happily wear them.

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Red + black always reads as super-sexy. And we're all for sultry sunnies.

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Stella's eyewear collection is every bit as cool as her clothes.

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If you can only own one pair of sunglasses, make them a chunky tortoiseshell style. It's totally timeless.

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Don't you just love seeing the world in Technicolor?

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The perfect pair to camouflage exhaustion—or a hangover—in style.

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Silly, offbeat and pastel-colored—we'd expect nothing less from Tsumori Chisato.

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Now this is one kind of facial hair we'd be happy to have.

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The name says it all—we're kind of in love with this feminine pair.

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Chloë Sevigny can do no wrong. It actually makes us angry how cool that girl is.

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You'd wear nautical stripes on your shirts and dresses—so why not around your eyes?

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The front part of the frames are 100 percent see-through, while the temples are tortoiseshell. Awesome, right?

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With architectural metal details like those seen in Alber Elbaz's costume gems, these are like jewelry for your eyes.

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We've got our eye—pun intended—on cool new eyewear brand Finest Seven.

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Who needs Red Bull? These shades will give you wings!

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In a modern world, these would have made a perfect substitute for Dorothy's uncomfy-looking ruby slippers.

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They remind us a bit of science-lab goggles, but that's part of the fun.

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Pretty in the front, party in the back.

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The smoky taupe color pairs perfectly with the classic aviator silhouette. Just masculine enough.

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Oliver Peoples does some of the finest aviator specs we've ever spotted.

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Baroque and roll, kids.

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They say jealousy's the green-eyed monster; we're just jealous of anyone who owns these too-cool sunglasses.

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Paging John Lennon...

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That soft shade of jade is so unique.

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Questionable style name aside, these are freakin' amazing.

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We've long been drooling over Valentino's studded kitten heels and sleek zip-top clutches—now, we've got another punk-chic item to admire.

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That "T" at the temples stands for Tom, of course. Coolest, most subtle logo ever.

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Leather-wrapped temples make these feel incredibly high-end (and, duh, they are).

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Decorate your face with ultra-feminine lace.

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The mixed blue tones in these frames are everything.

file

Chloé's four-corner sunglasses have been kicking around for several seasons now—we think they're a modern classic.

file

These frames are screened with stock share prices—so very Wall Street.

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Is it wrong that we subconsciously associate gorgeous burlesque star Dita von Teese with DITA sunglasses? I guess it's the shared glam factor.

file

You'll look like you're forever falling in love when you wear this pair.

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A little bit grandpa, a little bit hipster.

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Somebody call Elle Woods, quick—we think she's misplaced her shades.

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These lenses are framed with teal-colored snakeskin: the ultimate in luxury.

file

A classic Wayfarer shape gets a party-ready update via silver glitter.

file

We're pretty sure Jackie O. would have adored these guys.

file

Nobody—nobody—does colorfully marbled sunglasses like Thierry Lasry. We're obsessed.

file

Like a lightweight, incredibly chic shield for your face.

file

For some reason, we're suddenly craving Neopolitan ice cream.

file

Croakies: not just for geeks and dads.

file

That slate blue is unexpected yet classic.

file

They're wacky and theatrical, sure—but we'd still happily wear them.

file

Red + black always reads as super-sexy. And we're all for sultry sunnies.

file

Stella's eyewear collection is every bit as cool as her clothes.

file

If you can only own one pair of sunglasses, make them a chunky tortoiseshell style. It's totally timeless.

file

Don't you just love seeing the world in Technicolor?

file

The perfect pair to camouflage exhaustion—or a hangover—in style.

file

Silly, offbeat and pastel-colored—we'd expect nothing less from Tsumori Chisato.

file

Now this is one kind of facial hair we'd be happy to have.

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The name says it all—we're kind of in love with this feminine pair.

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Chloë Sevigny can do no wrong. It actually makes us angry how cool that girl is.

file

You'd wear nautical stripes on your shirts and dresses—so why not around your eyes?

file

The front part of the frames are 100 percent see-through, while the temples are tortoiseshell. Awesome, right?

file

With architectural metal details like those seen in Alber Elbaz's costume gems, these are like jewelry for your eyes.

file

We've got our eye—pun intended—on cool new eyewear brand Finest Seven.

file

Who needs Red Bull? These shades will give you wings!

file

In a modern world, these would have made a perfect substitute for Dorothy's uncomfy-looking ruby slippers.

file

They remind us a bit of science-lab goggles, but that's part of the fun.

file

Pretty in the front, party in the back.

file

The smoky taupe color pairs perfectly with the classic aviator silhouette. Just masculine enough.

file

Oliver Peoples does some of the finest aviator specs we've ever spotted.

file

Baroque and roll, kids.

file

They say jealousy's the green-eyed monster; we're just jealous of anyone who owns these too-cool sunglasses.

file

Paging John Lennon...

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That soft shade of jade is so unique.

file

Questionable style name aside, these are freakin' amazing.

file

We've long been drooling over Valentino's studded kitten heels and sleek zip-top clutches—now, we've got another punk-chic item to admire.

file

That "T" at the temples stands for Tom, of course. Coolest, most subtle logo ever.

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Leather-wrapped temples make these feel incredibly high-end (and, duh, they are).

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