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Men's sunglasses at Simons

Men's sunglasses have their origins in practical use—as do many modern accessories—but they're not only used as protection against the sun. They've become an indispensable fashion piece, and one of the easiest and most prominent ways to showcase your sense of style. Sunglasses have also become an investment. With better lenses, better build quality, and stronger overall styling, you can expect high-quality sunglasses to more than justify their price tag over years and years of everyday use. So check out our curated collection of men's shades and find the style that fits your personality.?

Classic, contemporary, or off-the-wall

There's a good reason why the classic designs—aviator, wayfarer, and clubmaster—have changed little over the years. It's because they work! In fact, they've made men look sumptuously stylish for decades. Of course, there are contemporary variations on these themes, but the basic shape remains the same. If you're looking to make a bold statement, it's easy to step beyond the boundaries of these established styles and discover a world of striking design. But bear use and versatility in mind: those flamboyant wraparounds might be perfect for a skiing weekend, but you may not want to pair them with your linen suit.? ?

Find frames that fit your face

You should consider a number of factors when you want to pick out a pair of sunglasses that will complement your look. One of the most important aspects is the shape of your face. Generally divided into six main categories— round, oval, square, rectangular, diamond, and heart—your particular face shape should inform your choice of sunglasses. Rectangular face shapes, for instance, look great in sunglasses with bold lines and sharp angles that accentuate their features. If your face has a more square shape, you may find that round or oval frames help you achieve a balanced look.?

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