Kitschy Retro Sunglasses: Would YOU Wear Them?

Lindsay Ferrier
Beauty & Style

Singer22Good news, girls!

You can get in on one of the hottest trends of spring and summer for $25 or less.

Retro sunglasses are super hot right now, and while you can go luxe with expensive Audrey Hepburn-style cat eye sunnies, you can also buy a pair of neon pink sunglasses from a convenience store and be equally on-trend.

Check out these fantastic heart-shaped sunglasses (Singer 22, $22), for example. I think I had a pair of these in 1985, but I'd totally wear them again today.

Yes, this season, when it comes to sunglasses, the crazier and more colorful, the better.

Click through to see more fantastic options that fit every budget, and then tell me in the comments if you'd wear a pair of retro sunglasses.



EndlessI'm a sucker for mod white sunglasses and these AJ Morgan Audrey Sunglasses (Endless, $19.95) perfectly fit the bill ... and my budget.


BodenI've been hardcore coveting these Boden 70s Sunnies (Boden, $78) for months now. They come in several colors and I LOVE THEM.


Urban OutfittersWell hello, '80s! I'm totally spazzing over these Kelly Wayfarer Sunglasses (Free People, $24) in turquoise. They're, like, too wicked, y'know?


American ApparelGet noticed in these Impact Sunglasses (American Apparel, $35). Whoa.


Revolve ClothingI'm a sucker for red sunglasses, and if you've got the money to spend, these House of Harlow Sunglasses (Revolve Clothing, $125) are all kinds of awesome.


Urban OutfittersAnd I'm craving these Ray-Ban Large Vintage Round Sunglasses (Urban Outfitters, $139). Mother's Day is approaching, Hubs ...

So ... would you wear these outlandish retro sunglasses?

Images via Singer 22, Endless, Boden, Free People, American Apparel, Revolve Clothing, Urban Outfitters

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