Throwing Shade

8 Great Sunglasses Styles For Men

Throw shade, look great.

There’s no better way to look good than with the right pair of sunglasses. They can complete a look or cover a rough sleepless night, give you a bit of swagger, or let you hide in the background. Happy shopping!

An alternative to the traditionally rounded edges of aviators are these square wire frames. If you like the aviator look and ‘nose bar’ try these from Rayban, the “Caravan” glasses. If you want to do without the bar, try the “Square 1971 Classics”.

These 70s-inspired chunky aviators ooze coolness. They can dress up any look but they’re also suitable for beach-going. Check out the On The Fly Sunglasses from Quay Eyewear, they’re affordable and offer the option to add a prescription.

Everyone needs a classic pair of wayfarer sunglasses. If you already own a tortoise or black pair, add to your collection by scoring a translucent style. These “Colton” Sunglasses from DIFF Eyewear feature a clear frame and are polarized for extra protection.

A tried and true tortoise shell sunny. This style comes up a bit higher, aligning with the eyebrows which makes them look really elevated. Try the “Beale” or “Leland” Sunglasses from Warby Parker for this look.

If you’re dying for a trendy pair of sunglasses that aren’t too over-the-top, these are for you. A chunky geometric frame may look like a statement pair to some, but they’re truly an elevated essential. Try these best-selling “Yada Yada” Sunglasses from Quay Eyewear to get the look.

Colored sunglasses are seen almost everywhere. Join in on this trend by picking sunglasses with a colored frame or a tinted lens. The “Legacy Raw” Sunglasses from Akila feature this chic green pair with a matte finish.

These slightly rounded or ‘keyhole’ specks will never go out of style. This style is similar to the wayfarer but with a little less frame thickness. The Shake Appeal Sunglasses from Crap Eyewear come in just about every frame color and pattern. Plus, they’re biodegradable so you don’t have to worry about losing them during your boat day.

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