When the Wayfarer style was hot a couple of years ago, a nice and classic pair of round sunglasses is the way to go now. The market is full of choice, but finding the right ones still seems complicated, so we dedicated today’s buyer’s guide to the subject.
See here below out choice of great round sunglasses available right now.
Cutler & Gross Blue Sunglasses
A classic frame, yet not a very classic color. But it is summer after all and blue goes with pretty much anything. UK brand Cutler & Gross has been in the premium eyewear market forever and was one of the first boutique brands to make a splash. Now they even design the Maison Martin Margiela eyewear. The ones here above are now available from Mr. Porter.
HAN Kjobenhavn Timeless Army Sun
A classic shape, but with a rather unique tortoise color is offered by Danish brand HAN Kjobenhavn. The brand first got known for their eyewear, before even entering the fashion market. The Timeless is still today their most popular style. You can get them now from SOTO.
Oliver Peoples Gregory Peck Sun
In collaboration with Gregory Peck, Oliver Peoples presents the above sunglasses. The vintage acetate style with comes with great lenses, all in the superior quality that we are known to get from Oliver Peoples.
SUPER Panama Resin Florida
SUPER from Italy is always up for a surprise and always takes a more unique route. The Panama Resin Florida comes with a nice beach print on the interior and is now up for grabs here.
Garrett Leight Hampton D-Frame Acetate Sunglasses
Garrett Leight is the sun of the Oliver Peoples founder and you see it in the timeless style that the brand offers since day one. We love these matte black Hampton sunglasses, as they go with anything and will always make you look sharp. You can buy them now here.
BOSS Carrera 5163 Vintage Sunglasses
Vintage inspired? No, just go for the real vintage stuff. Here is a nice frame from a collaboration by German brand BOSS and Carrera. Present has them in stock.
Thom Browne Side Mesh Cap Sunglasses by DITA
DITA manufactures the Thom Browne sunglasses by hand in Japan. These are certainly for the more hardcore among you, because the side mesh cap is not easy to pull off. Otherwise we love the details, including the little tricolor branding on the legs. You can purchase the sunglasses now from Concepts.