Spring's round-sunglasses trend can evoke different eras, depending on the size of the frames. This oversize pair from Eyebobs was inspired by a truly one-of-a-kind fashion icon, Iris Apfel. Bonus: They're polarized. Eyebobs Rare Bird polarized sunglasses in Grey Marble, $99, eyebobs.com.
The mission of Australia-based Quay Australia eyewear is to offer cool, quirky and affordable sunglasses to the masses. This matte, black round frame from the line definitely ticks all of those boxes. Quay Australia Kensie in black, $45, quayeyeware.com.au.
Cat-eye sunglasses have been around since the 1950s, but what makes this season's version fresh is the modified shape: It's a little softer, more wearable but just as timeless. Peepers by Peepersspecs Sunny Daze in Tortoise, $16.99, peepersspecs.com.
Break out of your typical black or brown sunglasses with eye-catching red. Not sure if red is for you? Made Eyewear takes all the stress out of ordering online with its at-home try-on program. Just pick three frames you want to try, then ship back any that don't work—for free. Made Eyewear Sarah in Red, $84, madeeyewear.com.
Yes, we know, pastels for spring aren’t a revolutionary idea, but in eyewear the colors are extra refreshing. This melon and green pair from TOMS reminds us of a juicy watermelon. Also, as with TOMS shoes, for every pair of TOMS sunglasses purchased, the brand will donate a pair to someone in need. TOMS Margeaux in Matte Pink, $98, toms.com.