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4 Frames, 4 Looks: How to Style Your Sunglasses For Spring

* Keep different shades on hand for different looks
* We chose four pairs from new brand, Fello Eyewear
* Read on to receive exclusive 15% discount for SPY readers

When it comes to sunglasses, lots of folks find it excessive to own more than a single pair. We say: it’s not excessive at all. It’s just smart style. You switch up your shoes depending on the day and occasion; why shouldn’t you switch out your shades as well? The right sunglasses set the proper tone for your ensemble, and it’s more than okay to mix and match.

We partnered with our friends at Trunk Club to create four looks around four pairs of chic and versatile sunglasses from new eyewear brand, Fello Eyewear.

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Rock n’ roll goes well with rose-colored glasses and we paired these with the Alpaca Hooded Poncho by Frame. When you’re headed to the music festivals, a poncho is easy to shed under the hot afternoon sky, then wrap on when the sun goes down and the temperature drops. We’ve styled it here with a Def Leppard Tee tucked into the Levi’s RE/DONE High Waist Denim Mini Skirt. These luxe Givenchy Double Chain Slide Sandals finish the look.[/caption]

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Big, bamboo circle frames and Fello Eyewear’s polarized lilac lenses are perfect for channeling vintage rocker style.[/caption]

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Classic aviator shades make a powerful statement, that says you like to have a good time, but you’re also not afraid to be in charge. Black & white horizontal stripes (in a linen tank from Frame) add polish, while a leather skirt adds textural contrast. This “Range Jacket” from THE GREAT is an updated take on army surplus, while the Lace Up Bootie by Proenza Schouler keeps her look grounded with heavy grommets.[/caption]

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Cool blue lenses update a classic stainless steel aviator frame, perfect for adding a pop of color to looks dominated by neutrals.[/caption]

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The brown colorway and oversized wayfarer silhouette make these frames perfect for off-duty style. This athleisure look starts with Nike sneakers and printed Zella leggings. The semi-sheer Alo Heatwave Muscle Tee worn over a Free People sports bra serves a perfect mix of sexy and sporty, turning heads from Pilates all the way to brunch.[/caption]

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These tortoise acetate frames are versatile enough to be your go-to sunglasses, but the polarized lenses and sun-shielding look work especially well with sporty outfits for a good run.[/caption]

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We paired this Veronica Beard Leopard Jacquard Cocoon Coat over a floral dress by Carven for a conspicuously sexy look. The dark retro shades add just a touch of mystery. Toss in a pair of gold and silver point-toe pumps from Malone Souliers, and it’s a sealed deal.[/caption]

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Aptly named to accompany our nighttime look, the Lunar Konvoy sunglasses offer a new take on retro eyewear, without those annoying nose pads.[/caption]

Love the looks seen here? Fello Eyewear is offering an exclusive discount to SPY readers. Apply coupon code SPY (capitalization counts) at to take 15% off your purchase at checkout.

Founded with a goal of creating affordable, unique frames, while also helping those in need, Fello Eyewear also donates a portion of sales to VOSH International, an organization dedicated to providing eye care around the world.

And, be sure to sign up for Trunk Club where you’ll meet your personal stylist who can help you pick out pieces to match the new shades in your collection. Like the pieces seen above, Trunk Club has access to some of the world’s biggest brands and most inspiring pieces. Whether you’re updating your work wardrobe, or need a complete style overhaul, their team of dedicated stylists will find a look that works for you – and your price point.

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