Summer is almost here, and so it's once again time to upgrade your sunglasses collection.
Whether you like your shades oversized, aviation-inspired, retro or fashionably futuristic, there's something for everyone.
The right pair for your style and face shape will make you look as cool as Jason Statham cruising around in a convertible above.
Here are 10 favorites, with options for every price point and style preference.
Ray-Ban recently revamped some of its most iconic models, the Wayfarer included, with a futuristic lens-over-frame look.
These pilot-inspired shades from Tom Ford, in shiny metal with 100 percent UV protection, are like sturdier, more luxurious aviators.
No one price point holds a monopoly on cool. Watch brand MVMT has branched out into sunglasses with timeless, no-frills models that are so cheap, it's OK if you lose them in the ocean.
Oliver Peoples has its take on the popular aviator model...but in a wider assortment of colors. Our favorite is a double-bridge model in silver frames and "chrome sapphire" specs.
We know Warby Parker mostly rips off others' designs and repackages them for hipsters, but its Abe model adds a unique angled spin on the classic aviator silhouette.
These are a redesign of the iconic pair of foldable Persol 714s that Steve McQueen wore in the 1968 movie The Thomas Crown Affair.
Edgy LA-based eyewear brand Perverse tricked out some aviator frames in yellow transparent lenses for a steal of a price.
Another rising eyewear giant you may not have heard of, Garrett Leight offers a wayfarer-adjacent model in transparent frames.
Your best bet for preppy styles at affordable prices, J.Crew offers these 1960s-inspired shades in tortoiseshell style. They're perfect for weekends on the boat.
Spy Optic looked to the 1980s for this sleek style, which boasts 100% UV protection and what it calls "virtually indestructible" materials. Plus, the clear frame is always a good look.
Which are your favorite?