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Keep Things Shady with Ray-Ban

Fashionably brought to you by Simon Malls

When it comes to sunglasses, there isn’t a more trusted name than Ray-Ban.

Synonoumus with¬†sophistication and laid-back comfort, Ray-Ban has been creating classic sunglass styles since 1937. And each spring, when the shorts get shorter and the sun comes back out, they’re my go-to first purchase.

So this spring, when just seeing a number over 50 in the forecast signals a heatwave, here are the four styles you need to keep things shady. All the sunglasses you see below are available for purchase at Sunglass Hut.



You know it, you love it. It’s the Original Wayfarer, the style most associated with Ray-Ban sunglasses. Since 1952, this signature style has been a favorite of both celebrities and the masses. At this point, it’s practically a basic necessity of your spring and summer wardrobe.


A redesign to the classic Wayfarer, the New Wayfarer is slightly smaller than the original and features a softer eye shape. If you’re in the mood to rock a classic look, but shake things up a little bit, look no further.


Another style always associated with Ray-Ban is the Aviator, which they invented over 75 years ago. Never going out of style, this particular pair features mirrored lenses and is perfect for anybody wanting to throw a few West Coast vibes into their look.


An up-and-coming style is the Clubmaster, a half rimmed, half rimless pair of sunglasses with striking gold detailing  and retro green oval lenses. Call it the new Wayfarer.

Source: Simon Style Setter