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Materials for Sunglass Frames

Designing sunglasses is about much more than choosing a shape and color. It’s also about selecting a sunglass frame material that creates an unmatched look.

Our catalog of sunglass frames features three materials: acetate, metal, and plastic. The variety lets you discover a pair of shades that capture your unique aesthetic. Discover more about our materials below.

Plastic Sunglass Frames

Our plastic frames make for a fun and versatile choice wherever you go. Try the following styles to create a multi-purpose ensemble:

  • Round shades for a demure or striking outfit.

  • Trapezoid for clothes with patterns or deep colors.

  • Oval sunglasses for a somber or lively occasion.

Acetate Sunglass Frames

Our acetate frames offer you the best of fashion — both modern-day and classic designs. Popular acetate frame styles include:

  • Horn for a 1950s throwback with a hint of modern attitude.

  • Rectangular for lovers of a small yet square-shaped lens.

  • Round for a classic pair of shades with fashion-forward details.

Metal Sunglass Frames

With our metal sunglass frames, you’re given a sleek and eye-catching design with a relaxed feel. Choose our metal frames and capture some of these looks:

  • Square-shaped lenses are the epitome of classic and offer rich colors.

  • Aviator shades continue this timeless trend to give you a look that’s right off the airport runway.

  • Horn sunglasses recall wearers like Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor.

Spring Hinges

How comfortable are your glasses? Don’t answer that ‘til you’ve tried a pair with spring hinges. They’re the unsung heroes of eyewear, and help the temples gently hug your head for added comfort and a flexible fit. You’ll be totally feeling them from the moment you put on your new pair!