8 Stylish Sunglasses Just in Time for Summer

This year’s most coveted sunglasses run the gamut from silhouettes with artful details to reinterpreted classics, all available from local shops just in time for the sunny season
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1. “Fisher” sunglasses ($145) in black matte with mirrored crimson lenses from Warby Parker. Available at Warby Parker, Capitol Hill, 305 E Pine St., 206.785.7432; and University Village, 2619 NE University Village St., 206.926.9617; warbyparker.com

2. “Carlina” round sunglasses ($475) with gradient lenses from Chloé. Available at Nordstrom, The Bellevue Collection, Bellevue, 100 Bellevue Square; 425.455.5800; nordstrom.com

3. Oversize “Day After Day” sunglasses ($46) in mint from Quay Australia. Available at Clementines, Pioneer Square, 310 Occidental Ave. S; 206.935.9400; clementines.com

4. Round polar lenses ($99) set in a contrasting retro square frame made in Italy from See Eyewear. Available at See, downtown, 1429 Fifth Ave.; 206.288.5040; seeeyewear.com

5. Metal-frame cat-eye sunglasses ($12) from Peridot Boutique. Available at Peridot Boutique, Queen Anne, 2135A Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.687.7130; peridotboutiqueseattle.com

6. Modern cat-eye “Isabella” sunglasses ($125) in mauve from Ollie Quinn. Available at Ollie Quinn, Capitol Hill, 910 E Pike St.; 206.900.7931; oqspecs.com

7. “Cary Grant Sun” polarized sunglasses ($415) in an acetate tortoiseshell frame from Oliver Peoples. Available at Oliver Peoples, The Shops at The Bravern, Bellevue, 11111 NE Eighth St., Space 147; 425.455.0323; oliverpeoples.com/usa

8. Handcrafted blue acetate “Delicieuse” sunglasses ($925) with enamel and crystal mountings from Lafont. Available for preorder (with delivery within two months) at 4 Your Eyes Only Optical, Wallingford, 4417 Wallingford Ave. N; 206.547.7430; 4youreyesonlyoptical.com

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