These sunglasses are a favorite of those who are fashion-forward and appreciate a side glance or two. Masculine in terms their strong, geometric design. Surprisingly lightweight for their overall look and feel.
These sunglasses may run too large for those with smaller noses or bridges.
Dress up a casual look or add a stylish, surfer accessory to black-tie attire. These sunglasses block out the sun with UV400 polarization. Flattering on most face shapes, as well.
While the overall look and feel is stellar for this price point, some may feel the need to constantly adjust.
A subtle accessory designed with bold intentions. Customers love the charcoal matte lens that shows a hint of your eyes. Holds up well for active lifestyles, too.
Some question the quality of material and its ability to stand the test of time.
Classic, cool, and consistent with the brand's look. We love the effortless chic design while customers continually appreciate the quality of craftsmanship. This pair of sunglasses looks good and feels good.
There's a bit of back and forth in terms of authenticity, however, Ray-Ban appears to stand by its products wherever sold.
Not for the understated, these sunglasses can be worn indoors and outdoors and purely for your fashion statement. Centered by a piece of leather, this is a classic aviator design that's enhanced to look good on most.
Few customers note that their sunglasses showed up with missing pieces, and if this is the case, contact customer service immediately.
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Designer sunglasses are made by well-known designers like Ray-Ban, Versace, and Carrera. While price is sometimes at a premium, so are quality and fashion appeal. Frames can be plastic, metal, or even wood, and some designer sunglasses are frameless or only framed at the top. Lens shapes can be square, round, or oval, which is a consideration when choosing designer sunglasses to fit the shape of your face. Eye coverage is important as some lenses are overly large while others just cover the eye sockets. Lens color and darkness should effectively block out the sun but still allow you to see clearly indoors or in the shade. Finally, designer sunglasses can sometimes veer from classic styles with embellishments or original lens shapes.