We start with Aviator Sunglasses. Ever popular with the girls, aviators are a definitive must have in any sunglasses collection. First popularized by Ray Ban, if you get the right pair, it really doesn’t matter if you’re actually afraid of flying. Women old enough to remember a young Tom Cruise in Top Gun will sigh at the sight of a stylish pair of aviators – and, we bet, so will their daughters.
Wayfarers rock. Much the same way as Aviators, Wayfarer sunglasses are an essential pair when it comes to men’s sunglasses. Popularized in films and music, they rank ex aequo with Aviators on top of our list of the best sunglasses styles for men.
Lesser known but a nice addition to your personal collection, Browline glasses was the most common design in the 50’s and 60’s. Just think Malcom X or the popular version of FBI agents seen in films. They go well with suits but are also an instant upgrade to any outfit.
Last but not least, not all face shapes combine with round frames. Round Sunglasses are bold and sort of a statement that shows confidence and status. Many celebrities pull out their best pair of round sunglasses when they wish to change their look.