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10 Oversized Sunglasses Styles That Will Make You Feel Famous

Stay incognito all summer long.

three pairs of oversized sunglasses on white backgrounds in a roundup of the best oversized sunglasses 2022

You don't have to be a celebrity to know the power of a great pair of oversized sunglasses. Sure, they're great for UV protection, but they also serve as a statement accessory—hiding your face at the same time that they complement your outfit. After a few years of tiny shades dominating, big is back.

"The bigger, the better!" Joshua Matta, optician, designer, and CEO of G.O.D Eyewear, agrees. "We are seeing bug-eyed mega shades and retro-futuristic white glasses with lighter lenses." If you're worried about your look skewing a little too throwback by readopting these shades, don't fret. There are plenty of more of-the-moment takes with elevated design details like a subtle cat-eye shape and a thick acetate frame.

One of the biggest perks of oversized sunglasses is they tend to look good on all face shapes. "As long as the fit is secure and comfortable, there are no other rules," Matta explains. So you can opt for a trend that best fits your personal sense of style without having to worry about how the shape will look on you. Take a page out of Bella Hadid's book and try the rimless mask styles of the aughts (just be sure to pair them with low-rise jeans while you're at it). Or if you're inspired by the likes of J.Lo and Kim Kardashian, turn to super-sharp square styles that will make you feel prepared to shout, "No photos, please," mid-paparazzi encounter. Below, find 10 of our favorite oversized sunglasses options that are guaranteed to make you feel famous.

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Oversized Square-Frame Acetate Sunglasses

These vintage-inspired frames from Gucci harken back to the late '70s and early '80s. But styled with a floaty white dress or denim cutoffs, they feel especially modern.

Neo Sunglasses

Sporty, dad-inspired sunglasses are a must at the moment. These oversized frames from trendsetter favorite Lexxola fit the bill by being both edgy and actually functional.

Twenty Six II Sunglasses
G.O.D. Eyewear
G.O.D Eyewear

These oversized aviators take inspiration from the '70s by way of thick frames and square lenses. Give them a spin with your go-to casual outfit.

Pierport Sunglasses

If you prefer a more ladylike frame style, the subtle cat-eye shape of these sunnies will be right in your comfort zone.

Carlota Sunglasses

You don't have to be Iris Apfel to embrace the power of a statement-making round frame. Try these sunglasses out on days when you want to feel especially fabulous.

Pink Rimless Sun Mask Sunglasses

If you remember the fashions of the early aughts, then you'll recall these mask sunglasses were a big hit among stars of the time like Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton. Now is your chance to give them a spin.

Yamina Black Acetate Sunglasses
Port Tanger
Port Tanger

A little bit modern, a little bit retro, and a whole lot cool, these black-rimmed glasses make a big statement. A great way to wear them? Pared back with basics like denim cutoffs and a plain white tank.

Tropez Sunglasses

If you want to feel like a celebrity dodging paparazzi flashes, these are the sunglasses to help you get the look. The square frames have an inherent aggressiveness that says, "Stay away."

High Key Mini
Quay Australia

A classic aviator silhouette never goes out of style. These black sunglasses will keep you protected but have a casual bent. They're great for packing away on vacation.

08 Black Sunglasses

Every sunglasses collection needs a classic, oversized black style with a slight cat eye. If you have yet to add one, try now.

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