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These Ray-Ban Sunglasses Sport All the Current Trends

* Round Browbar Mirrored Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
* Translucent acetate aviator frame
* Reflective round lenses

Looking for some sweet new shades for the summer? With concerts, winery tours and other outdoor activities taking off for the turn of the season, it’s important to have sunglasses on hand to protect your eyes and keep you looking stylish, no matter the occasion. This season, it’s all about Hollywood glam, mixing reflective lenses with exaggerated brow bars and funky frame shapes.

Ray-Ban has always been one of our go-to brands, with gorgeous eyewear that’s full of current flair. Since 1936, Ray-Ban has been a hit in Hollywood, creating frames that are innovative and on-trend, but always timeless. Ever since the iconic Wayfarer sunglasses were released, Ray-Ban has been a symbol of classic, cultured style.

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We weren’t surprised when we saw that Ray-Ban designed a seriously cool take on the mirrored sunglasses trend. The Ray-Ban Round Browbar Mirrored Sunglasses rock round reflective lenses, an aviator shape and a brow bar on top for some showstopping shades. These sunglasses caught our eye because the stunning translucent acetate really make the brow bar and mirror lenses pop.

Non-polarized reflective lenses create a cool rockstar vibe, making a mirrored effect for maximum eye coverage. The brow bar on top decorates the translucent frame, with that round aviator silhouette keeping a classic fit. Gold metal hardware peeks out underneath for some extra shine, and true to every Ray Ban piece, a subtle logo sits at the arms in etched metal.

We like the futuristic look of this particular pair, and the round frame is suitable for virtually any face shape. These sunglasses are truly unique to other styles we’ve seen on the market, and instantly dresses up your outfit in that glam Hollywood way. Get ready to rock this summer.

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