Are you the type to wear sunglasses inside? I am. Guilty as charged. It has nothing to do with being a diva or thinking I’m some Anna Wintour doppelgänger, but rather with the fact that some days, I simply can’t get it together. Plain and simple. I could blame it on being a working mom with no childcare, but it’s not that. Way before that was my reality I had days where I looked like “dead woman walking” – pale as a ghost and tired as heck. Why shouldn’t I feel better about myself by slipping on a pair of shades? I’ve stopped feeling awkward about it long ago. I’m no more or less likely to wear sunglasses in the winter than in the summer (protection from the cold wind too, right?) and no more or less likely to wear them indoor vs outdoor.
Whether or not you agree, it’s hard to deny that the below sunglasses will have you wishing it was summer all year round. These aren’t merely functional accessories, but rather can become statement pieces that make an outfit.
Ray-Bans are always a good idea.
$163 at Ray-Ban
Sunday Somewhere Yetti Duo in Blue Tort
True to the brand’s name “Sunday Somewhere,” these shades, available in a few color-ways, are giving us the ultimate LA/summer-all-year vibes.
$260 at Sunday Somewhere
Krewe St. Louis Classic
Inspired by the historic cast-iron balconies found in New Orleans’ French Quarter, this is the classic Krewe style and it’s available in a few iterations.
$295 at Krewe
Illesteva Vanderbilt Sunglasses
Tom Ford popularized yellow shades and they’ve become a staple. If you’re looking to make your shades an integral part of your outfit opting for a bold look like these is an easy way to make it happen.
$220 at Shopbop
Le Specs Aristoplastic Sunglasses
When you want those “go big or go home vibes.”
$79 at Shopbop
Stella McCartney Oval Sunglasses
There’s no going wrong with these pretty in pink shades. Coordinate them with pink or neutrals for a seamless look or go for something bolder by contracting them with another bright shade.
$195 at Shopbop
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