This spring, the standard black-frame shades are taking a backseat to lighter, more playful sunglasses – but that doesn't mean you have to look like Elton John. All 28 of these brands are designing timeless shades with interesting hues and shapes that make a distinct break from your old frames. "Eyewear is an easy way to incorporate a little color into your look," says Garrett Leight, of Garrett Leight California Optical. "And it's not a huge commitment, like a yellow suit or a pair of white pants; it's just a small accent."
Warby Parker Lowry Sunglasses
Warby Parker is dedicated to providing cheap-but-stylish, vintage-inspired frames to the masses and they do a great job of it. Their constantly evolving line is always worth a look, but we default to the wayfarer-eqsque Lowry frames in Green Citrine. They look great on wide faces and you won't find a color way and pattern like that anywhere else. [$95; warbyparker.com]