The Most Fashion and Iconic Sunglasses of 2016 Summer Trend

Sure, they protect your face from too-harsh UV rays, but women sunglasses are just flat-out cool. In an instant, an individual is transformed to someone more mysterious and glamorous from their former self. Case in point: Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in the iconic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. As she climbed up New York City’s social ladder, the former Southern girl is almost unrecognizable, thanks to a pair of extremely dark Oliver Goldsmith shades (sure, the Givenchy LBD helped, too).
051316-sunglasses-leadBut not all iconic sunglass moments happened on the silver screen. In the 1980s, Material Girl Madonna was rarely seen without her Ray-Bay Wayfarers, and today, Iris Apfel’s oversize round sunglasses are practically as iconic as she is. With Memorial Day just a few days away and the inevitable search for the perfect shades begin, we bring you the most iconic sunglasses throughout history.

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