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Partnered Story March, 4 2014

Selectism Buyer’s Guide | 5 Sunglasses for Spring 2014

As warmer months slowly approach, we can’t help but present some of our favorite season-appropriate staples like sunglasses. From American classics like Ray Ban to foreign pioneers like SUPER, we’ve got you covered this spring. Check out our picks below.

 

Oliver Peoples for Maison Kitsuné “Tokyo” Sunglasses

Oliver Peoples consistently produce impressive collections of eyewear and work on some equally exciting collaborative projects. These “Tokyo” frames made for Kitsuné feature removable flip-up lenses, so they work as both glasses and sunglasses. Perfect. Find it and other similar items here.

 

SUPER Giaguaro 898

Our good friends at Retro offer some of the most innovative frames out. Every pair is handmade in Italy out of the finest acetate. We were drawn to these Giaguaro 898’s in “Brown Puma Turquoise Silver.” Find it and other similar items here.

 

Ray-Ban Clubmasters 

These are arguably one of the most iconic pair of frames ever — we don’t even feel it’s necessary to mention who wore them. The Clubmaster will forever be an American classic, and its sunglass counterpart is a good option too. Find it and other similar items here.

 

Han Kjobenhavn For J.Crew “Timeless” Sunglasses

We’re big fans of the Danish label, and it turns out J.Crew has taken a liking to them too. Han had humble beginnings in eyewear and quickly developed into a full, successful men’s line. We look at these as “new classics” — we don’t see them going out of style anytime soon. Find it and other similar items here.

 

Sunpocket Original II Sunglasses

One of the more affordable sunglasses on this list, the Sunpocket II is the original folding sunglass frame from this European company. Easy and lightweight, the tuck comfortably into any pocket and provide 100% UV protection to all. New and vintage models can be found online.

 

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