For a long time sunglasses have been a high impact accessory glamorized by every famous figure from timelessly chic Jackie O to wildly unpredictable Lady Gaga. The great thing about them is that you can easily add a fresh note to your look in a noticeable way. With an overwhelming variety of styles to choose from how can you possibly pick just one? Here are a couple of our favorites:
QUAY: This Australian brand is actually pronounced like “key” and offers up funky and colorful designs at a surprisingly affordable price. They've become a cult favorite brand among plenty of celebs stateside like Shay Mitchell and Alessandra Ambrosio.
SUPER: Completely handmade in Italy, this brand is known for its clean lines and classicdesign references. Gold plated accents on the temples and interesting color combinations make this name in eyewear a go-to for a variety of stars from Rihanna to Lady Gaga.
RAY-BAN: This is the undeniably all-American sunglasses brand that will never go out of style. With a contemporary color palette anchored by traditional shaped frames, rest assured that if you buy a pair you'll wear them for life. Between the entire Kardashian Krew, Beyonce, Nicole Richie, and Selena Gomez we can barely find a celebrity that doesn't own at least one pair!
ITALIA INDEPENDENT: Palatably European in design, this brand's sporty, innovative, and often brightly colored sunglasses offer a fun take on protective eyewear. Their velvet finished and studded frames feel completely new and a bit cheeky, traits which have made loyal fans of stars like Sophia Bush and Jessica Alba.
WILDFOX SUN: This line of sunglasses is as playful, sunny, and statement-making as its hometown of Los Angeles. Retro shapes in modern tones make this brand an unsurprising staple of many a celeb's accessory collection, including Vanessa Hudgens' and Ashlee Simpson's.
If you're looking for a quick, easy way to update your style then head here to check out our impressive selection of sunglasses. And if you need a real excuse to justify that purchase, they protect your eyes from sun damage and your skin from prematurely wrinkling. Hey, it's health-related – can't argue with that!