Finding a good pair of sunglasses should be the first way to enter the warmer months. Not only do they provide your eyes with much-needed protection from harmful UV rays, but the right pair of shades (whether round or square) is the tailoring finishing touch for every piece of clothing. If you want to hang out by the pool, hold a wedding or even go on a fashionable trip, then sunglasses are a must-have accessory in every man’s wardrobe.
If you prefer a more traditional style, you can’t go wrong with the generally likable wayfarer, aviator or the Clubmaster who prepares for the beach. Know the trend better? We found shield-style sports shadows and colored lenses at all price points. Whether you are more classic or trendy, here are Baiyu Eyewear’s selection of the best men’s frames to keep you trendy in the spring of 2021.
Tom Ford, the name is synonymous with bold and delicate work. In the past few years, their usually short and stylish sunglasses have become fashion icons, with a veritable royal family (Meghan Markle) and James Bond himself. The small “T”-shaped logo surrounds the arm frame of the glasses to the front of the frame, which makes you have no doubt what brand your sunnies might be. It is a subtle bend if you want. Frankly speaking, if they are good enough for Bond, they may also be good enough for you.
Banana Republic Glen Sunglasses
Banana Republic’s Glen shades are perfect for an Americana spring.
New York designer Thom Browne operates in an anti-traditional world. Their idea of encouraging men to dress up is also evident in sunglasses. Thom Browne sunglasses perfectly blend timeless shapes with modern designs, and are unique products that you will not find anywhere else.
Persol Cellor Original l in Caffe with Polarized Green Lenses
Handmade in Italy with gorgeous details, Persol’s iconic Cellor has been around since the 50s and isn’t going out of style any time soon.
A name that does not need to be introduced. Saint Laurent is famous for its fashionable French designs, and it will stand the test of time. If you are looking for these things “now”, these will not be the right sunglasses for you. On the contrary, if you are looking for something effortless, then these might be the glasses for you.
Sports styles, Oakley EVZERO Blade Sunglasses
Oakley’s sports shades are back in style in a big way. Even better, they’re ideal for all of your spring outdoor adventures.
Persol, famous by Steve McQueen, has played an important role in sunglasses competitions in recent years. Its iconic 714 frame is not only extremely cool, but also can be folded to become a practical item on travel, keeping you cool no matter where you are. A pair of Persols may be tickets to guide your inner Steve McQueen, and the final result is up to you.
Oliver Peoples was founded in 1987 and can almost be considered a newcomer to the game of sunglasses. Designed in Los Angeles and manufactured in Italy and Japan, Oliver Peoples combines advanced design and impeccable build quality. Oliver Peoples offers a variety of timeless and “present” creations to suit all tastes.
The New York designer has been under the control of the same family for five generations, and it is safe to say that they know one or two things about sunglasses. Their retro style design will surely stand the test of time.
Founded in 2011, this young gun is reviving the styles and build qualities of a time gone era. Garrett Leight California Optical Accessories combines the finest craftsmanship with enduring designs.
Since 1847, Cartier has set the standard of first-class craftsmanship. Paris design company uses methods and techniques similar to watches to make sunglasses. Its exquisite design is a status symbol and is sought after by many people, and the hand-made frame adds a sense of luxury to this already renowned brand.
Illesteva is handmade in Italy and creates high-quality sunglasses with the cool style of New York, reflecting the big city where the design is located. The best part is that they won’t cost you a hand.
Taking an alternative perspective on sunglasses, the Berlin designed sunglasses from Mykita are for those looking to make a statement with their eyewear. Rest assured, these sunnies are also built to an extremely high quality in a clinical German factory.
Looking for sunglasses larger than life? Almost all of Dita’s sunglasses features their signature big size. To really pull of the look these glasses have to offer, you’ll need an equally large head.
More famous for their traditional English clothing are Belstaff, you should not be surprised to hear they make some killer sunglasses. With a range of different shapes and materials, you’re bound to find a pair of sunglasses to suit your tastes.
Monokel eyewear is built around producing sustainable, unisex designs. Believe it or not their frames are primarily made out of a plant based acetate with recycled acetate used when and where necessary. These simple and functional sunglasses will keep you looking great whilst also saving the planet.
Cutler and Gross
Founded by one Mr Cutler and one Mr Gross, for more than 40 years the pair have been bringing flair the to glasses game. Their paired back, logo free, often minimalist look lets these quality glasses do the talking.
The definition of timelessness, Ray Ban is THE sunglasses brand. Founded in 1937, the brand is famous for their iconic Wayfarer and Aviator designs. Almost anyone and everyone of note has been seen in Ray Bans including style icons like John F Kennedy, Jude Law and Don Draper. The great thing is, Ray Ban has been in style for so many decades, it’s pretty unlikely they’re going out of style anytime soon. If you’re looking for something timeless or trying to channel your inner Maverick, a pair of Ray Bans is most definitely a worthy investment.