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8 Pairs of Sunglasses You Absolutely Need This Spring

Warm weather is finally approaching, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for a spring shopping spree. New dresses, tops, and swimsuits are all important, but we can’t forget one key accessory: sunglasses. Believe it or not, a simple pair of sunnies have the ability to elevate your entire look. Here’s a list of the trendiest sunglasses for this spring:

1. Matera Modern Sunglasses

Matera Modern Sunglasses
Free People
Turn heads with these chic sunnies from Free People. These sunglasses have a thick frame and are a bit oversized, making them the ultimate statement piece for a trip to the beach or pool. They also come in 8 different colors. I’m actually obsessed. 

Matera Modern Sunglasses, www.freepeople.com, $25, shop now

2. Brown Rectangle Sunglasses

Brown Frame Acrytic Sunglasses
Blush Mark
If you haven’t seen them all over Pinterest yet, let me introduce you to the trendiest sunglasses of 2021. These tortoise rectangle-shaped sunglasses are everything this season, and they go perfectly with any look. The best part? These ones from Blush Mark are just $3! 

Tessa Eleanore Brown Frame Sunglasses, www.blushmark.com, $3, shop now

3. Metal Round Sunglasses

Metal Round Sunglasses
Urban Outfitters
If you’re looking to keep things more ~classic~ this season, go for some round metal sunnies like these ones from Urban Outfitters. These sunglasses are flattering on literally every face shape, and they also come in gold, black, and rose gold. A must-have for spring! 

Rayanne Metal Round Sunglasses, www.urbanoutfitters.com, $18, shop now

4. Zebra Print Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Zebra Print Sunglasses
In case you missed it, zebra print is one of the hottest trends this year, and I’m absolutely living for it. If zebra pants or tops aren’t your thing, these zebra print cat-eye shades from ASOS are the perfect way to subtly incorporate zebra print into your look. 

AJ Morgan Retro Cat Eye Sunglasses, www.asos.com, $17, shop now

5. Chunky Rectangle Sunglasses

Margot Chunky Rectangle Sunglasses
Urban Outfitters
These ultra-chunky rectangle frames from Urban Outfitters are a fun and funky way to spice up any outfit, and they also come in the prettiest pastel colors for spring. Not to mention these sunnies are only $16 and the reviews are absolutely raving. 

Margot Chunky Rectangle Sunglasses, www.urbanoutfitters.com, $16, shop now

6. Sugar Oversized Square Sunglasses

Sugar Oversized Square Glasses
Free People
Make a dramatic statement with these stylish ultra-oversized square shades from Free People. They’re $25 and come in 4 colors, and they’re absolutely perfect for a beach or pool day in the sun. 

Sugar Oversized Square Sunglasses, www.freepeople.com, $25, shop now

7. Purple Tinted Cat Eye Sunglasses

Purple Cat Eye Sunglasses
Blush Mark
If there’s one thing I love about spring, it’s all the stunning colors that appear in fashion. These purple tinted cat eye sunglasses are one of my absolute favorites for this season, and they’re also totally gram-worthy and just $3!

Summer Elma Purple Cat Eye Sunglasses, www.blushmark.com, $3, shop now

8. Daisy Print Rectangle Glasses

Daisy Print Narrow Sunglasses

A spring look just couldn’t be complete without florals, and these daisy print rectangle shades from ASOS fit the bill quite flawlessly. Not only are the rectangle frames so on trend for this year, but the daisy print adds just a little ~spice~ to elevate the look. I’m obsessed. 

Narrow Square Fashion Glasses in Daisy Print, www.asos.com, $18, shop now

Georgia is a junior in the Accelerated Masters Program studying marketing with an emphasis in digital and social media. She is the director of social media for Her Campus at Alabama. She loves taking Instagram pictures, going to Trader Joe's, and making vegetarian food!
Maddie was the Social Media Manager of Her Campus. She graduated from Drake University in 2018, where she studied Magazine Journalism and Graphic Design. She's a New York City-based lady and you will most likely find her scrolling on Instagram, wearing a facemask, and/or talking about something pop-culture related. Oh, and she loves breakfast food so much that she named her dog Waffles. Follow Maddie on Instagram!