Five Sunnies to Snag for Spring

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With spring just around the corner and the temperature increasing slowly (but surely!), now’s the perfect time to start snagging the perfect pair of sunglasses for the upcoming spring sunshine. Here’s are five pairs of sunglasses you’ll want to sport just in time for spring!

Circle Aviators

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Aviators have been around for what seems like forever. Recently, round aviators have come back into style and are a fun spin on the sunnies we all know and love. As ASOS’ product details says, these “Jeepers Peepers Round Sunglasses from ASOS are the perfect circle aviators for when you’re feelin’ shady,” for $19. For only $10, Urban Outfitter sells “Oval Metal Sunglasses,” which come in metallic shades including gold, silver and gold + beige.

Cat-Eye Sunglasses

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Much like aviators, cat-eye sunglasses have made a comeback since the 50s and 60s when actresses such as Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe started this sunglasses trend. Before making its way back in style the 2000s, cat-eye sunglasses resurfaced in the 90s when celebs rocked all things having to do with tiny sunglasses. To rock cat-eye sunnies, both big and small, stores such as ASOS sell their “Cat Eye Sunglasses” in the shade “milky tort” for $16. For an all black look, Free People sells “Vienna Cat Eye Sunglasses,” for only $20. For a bigger and bolder look, Free People also sells “Amsterdam Cat Eye Sunglasses,” which come in colors such as tortoise, red, clear and blue, for $25.

90s Sunnies

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If you’ve seen Kendall Jenner’s Instagram lately, you know her feed is filled with her collection of 90s inspired sunglasses. Along with Kendall, other celebrities such Bella Hadid, Selena Gomez and Rihanna have been sporting the tiny-sunnies look. To snag a pair of 90s inspired sunglasses, check out the red-headed queen of Riverdale, Madelaine Petsch’s, collaboration with Privé Revaux. For $29.95, her sunglasses “Candy” come in colors including black, red and purple. Urban Outfitter’s sells the “Odessa Rimless Oval Sunglasses,” which come in colors such as black, orange and blue, for only $18.

Flat-Top Sunglasses

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For a futuristic vibe this spring, flat-top sunglasses, which have also been labeled as “flat-brow” sunglasses, are a great way to step outside of your comfort zone and try something new. Celebs such as Chrissy Teigen and Kim Kardashian are not the only ones who can pull off bold flat-top sunglasses. Try it for yourself with the Quay X Jaclyn Hill “Very Busy Sunglasses” available for $65 on the official Quay Australia website or at Nordstrom. For less expensive options, Urban Outfitters sells “Hailey Flat Top Sunglasses” for only $16 and ASOS sells “Flat Brow Sunglasses” for only $13.30.

Color-Tinted Sunglasses

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This spring, live in a “rose-tinted” world (literally) with fun color-tinted sunglasses. Mix and match different color-tinted glasses with any look, whether you’re grabbing coffee with friends or spending a night out on the town. Play with fun colors like yellow and bright blue from Urban Outfitter’s $18 “Presley Rimless Aviator Sunglasses,” or try out metallic shades such as Forever 21’s gold or rose gold  “Premium Round Sunglasses” for only $9.90.

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