Orange really is the new black when it comes to this year’s newest trend––orange sunglasses. Whether you rock the mandarin frames or go all out with orange-tinted lenses, you can’t go wrong with some of these fresh sunnies this year. Stop viewing the world as rose, but through these trendy orange-colored glasses!
1. Ray-Ban Photochromic Aviator Sunglasses
You can never go wrong with a pair of aviators and that’s especially true when they come in a trendy color like orange. Offering 100% UV protection and photochromic lenses that are sensitive to light, these sunglasses will not only give you the style you’ve been looking for, but will protect your eyes while doing it. Coming in at $185 they don’t come cheap, but they are a classic style that will survive for years to come.
Source: Forever 21
2. MELT Cat Eye Sunglasses
Designer melt is regarded as a fashion forward brand that mimics street fashion and bold statements. These cat eye shades pack all of that and a whole lot more. Orange-colored lenses are surrounded by a bold, which orange plastic frame that is sturdy and goes perfectly with all that style you’re wrangling in.
3. Classic Wayfarer
If you aren’t sure about this whole orange sunglass thing, then just go cheap with a pair of these knockoffs from Amazon. They look so close to the Ray-Ban originals, but come in at $6.50. They’re perfect for those of us who tend to lose our sunnies, step or sit on them, have kids who like to break them or just get over styles quickly.
4. Rose Gold & Orange Round Sunglasses
John Lennon would gladly sport these round shades in a bright orange so you know you’re on trend when you buy these frames that are less than $15. Rose gold frames make these all the more dazzling, and the fact that they offer UV400 protection is just icing on the cake.
5. Mono Block Rimless Color Tone Lens Sunglasses
You go ALL in when you wear these rimless orange sunnies. Made from a single piece of translucent material, these all-lens, block cut sunglasses are truly unique. While they’re technically listed as “sunglasses” they actually don’t offer any UV protection and are more intended for topping off that outfit then they are for shading your eyes against the sun.