9 Stylish Sunglasses For Women This Summer 2021
Whether you're looking to invest in a timeless piece or experiment with bold designs, you're sure to find something for you in this curated list of the best luxury summer shades.
1/9 DiorSignature S1U
Part of Dior's new eyewear line, the DiorSignature S1U sunglasses are embellished with gold-finish metal lines that curve around the edges towards the grey-shaded lenses. Playing with volumes and curves, they achieve a modern, graphic effect without losing their trademark femininity and elegance.
They are the ultimate go-to for every occasion but if you're hesitating on whether to splurge on this ultra-stylish accessory, you can also try them on virtually via the Signature Sunglasses filter on their official Instagram and Snapchat platforms.
2/9 Gucci Hollywood Forever
Inspired by the glitz and glamour of old Hollywood stars, creative director Alessandro Michele introduces a line of crystal-studded sunglasses. He captures the essence of that era with a modern update. From exaggerated cat's eye silhouettes with sharp corners and spoked edges to bold rectangular frames, these larger-than-life designs are for those who are looking to express themselves through fashion.
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3/9 Givenchy GV Fame
The French luxury fashion brand carves out its highly coveted name on the temples of these bold sunglasses. Elevate your outfit to new levels with these rectangular frames.
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4/9 MYKITA + MM6 Maison Margiela MMCIRCLE002
Maison Margiela brings its avant-garde style to Berlin-based luxury eyewear brand, MYKITA. Crafted from Mylon, a lightweight and durable material, this futuristic design is a fashion statement that goes well with any outfit, from oversized suits to skintight mesh dresses. Available in a selection of neutral colours, these are investment pieces that are worth the money.
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5/9 Louis Vuitton My Monogram Square Sunglasses
These sleek and stylish sunglasses by Louis Vuitton have found themselves on one of the biggest up-and-coming musicians, Lous and the Yakuza. Featuring a universally flatting square shape design with subtle, golden detailing on the frames, including monogram flowers and LV initials, the fashion house adds a modern edge to a classic design.
The SS2021 eyewear collection also includes the Loya and LV Link Square sunglasses for more daring designs. Give them a virtual spin with Louis Vuitton's augmented reality Try On tool on their website.
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6/9 The Marc Jacobs 'Heart' sunglasses
Sad about music festivals being cancelled this year? Well, these playful sunglasses from The Marc Jacobs will fill the Coachella-shaped hole in your heart with floating rainbow-coloured crystals on pastel-coloured lenses and glittery temple tips.
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7/9 Etnia Barcelona The Einstein Sun BL OG
Want to stand out from the crowd? This unique and interesting design from Etnia Barcelona's Eufluoria collection will surely set you apart from the rest. Colourful stripes create a psychedelic outline on the round lenses and frames, creating an impressive optical illusion effect.
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8/9 Moschino MOS 0006/S/STR
A classic Jeremy Scott production, these sunglasses gives the pin-up aesthetic a bold, contemporary makeover. These rounded cat-eye frames in shades of red, black and ivory are encrusted with sparkling studs and crystals of different sizes to add a little zest to your summer outfit.
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9/9 Ray-Ban State Street
Cop the Ray-Ban's State Street sunglasses in tortoiseshell, as seen on their new global ambassador and the most recognisable LGBTQ+ ally, CharliXCX. It's the obvious thing to do, seeing as it is Pride Month, after all.