With so many different styles, brands, and even price points to choose from, it can be difficult to find the right designer sunglasses. In order to help you choose the best sunglasses, here are four simple tips you should keep in mind the next time you find yourself in the market for a new pair of sunglasses.

As we are a fashion conscious bunch, this is a vital part of. If you don’t look cool, what’s the point?

Besides getting yourself a set some serious designer shades, you also need to make sure the frame fits your face comfortably while providing the maximum amount of eye coverage. The right sunglasses should fit snugly on both your nose and ears. The frames should be lightweight, yet strong enough to handle the wear and tear that life can throw at them.

Acrylic sunglass lenses is one of the most common and most inexpensive options on the market. They are best for occasional use and may not last as long or provide as clear of an image as other lens types. Polycarbonate is the next step up from acrylic and while they can withstand more daily wear and tear, they are prone to scratching and may deliver a less than perfect image. NTX polyurethane delivers wearers impact resistance and a crystal clear image while remaining lightweight. The only downside is that this lens type is commonly more expensive than the other options, but quality commonly does not come cheap.  Our opinion is that whatever choose, make sure you put some thought into this before purchasing.

In order to maximize your eye protection, you will want to look for designer sunglasses that offer the highest level of both UVA and UVB rays. The same rays that can cause skin cancer can also cause serious damage to your eyes unless you are vigilant about wearing your sunglasses whenever you are outdoors. The right sunglasses should state that they protect against a minimum of both UVA and UVB rays, with some models offering protection against UVC as well. If there is no mention of this protection, then the glasses do not offer any protection at all and it is best to find another pair.

That’s all we have to say on that matter for now. Besides that, we hope you enjoy the sunglasses ideas and inspiration below.

Dress By ASOS And Sunglasses By Karen Walker ‘Super Duper’

Dress By ASOS And Sunglasses By Karen Walker ‘Super Duper’

Sunglasses Inspiration From Azukarillo

Sunglasses Inspiration From Azukarillo

Jeremy Sumpter, Ray Ban Sunnies

Jeremy SumpterRay Ban Sunnies

Sincerely Jules In ivory Nera Sunglasses By Vida Soleil

Sincerely Jules In ivory Nera Sunglasses By Vida Soleil

Helter Skelter Sunglasses By Karen Walker

Helter Skelter Sunglasses By Karen Walker

Handlebar Moustache And Oval Sunglasses

Handlebar Moustache And Oval Sunglasses

Shakhzoda Akhmedova by Virginia Fasulyan Prada Sunglasses

Shakhzoda Akhmedova by Virginia Fasulyan Prada Sunglasses                                                                                                                           Dior Cruise Sunglasses

Dior Cruise Sunglasses                                                    Sunglasses Fashion Photography By John Balsom

Sunglasses Fashion Photography By John Balsom