Staring at the Sun:10 Sunglasses Picks for Fall

These chic shades are the ultimate transition pieces from the hot and bright days of summer to dry, sunny autumn afternoons.

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The Row
Mary Kate and Ashley's new line of Acetate Clubmasters for The Row has a chic, retro appeal that's an updated take on the '40s Ray-Ban Clubmaster style.
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Fred Flare
Fred Flare's Bridgets are an amazingly affordable take on the season's omnipresent frame shape. At $11, anyone can afford to test the cat-eye-wearing waters.
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Opening Ceremony
Zippered shades are part of Alexander Wang's second sunnies line this season, in collaboration with London-based Linda Farrow.
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Shopbop
We're coveting 3.1 Phillip Lim's Castor aviators. Can't swing the $225 price tag? Cheap Monday's Night Turbos are a (suuuuper similar) wallet-friendly alternative.
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Revolve Clothing
Sure, Sabre's Kozoi stunners> lack frames. But they make up for it with just a pinch of gilded, Gaga-inspired ostentation.
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Moscot
Moscot's seasonless, retro Miltzen shades were originally produced in the 1930s. Crystal frames and gray lenses aren't your only color combination, but they're our current favorite.
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Jason Wu's Sebergs are named for the iconic French gamine Jean Seberg.The frames' biggest appeal is a refreshingly subtle take on the cat-eye shape. (They also come in sea foam, cream, and light brown.)
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Zoe
Dior's vintage wire-rimmed Retrosun is polished take on the classic Aviator style.
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Super
Super's debuted these leather stunners in black this spring to rave reviews. This fall, their Flat Top shades are reborn in softer colors like camel and chocolate brown.
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Bloomingdales
Kate Spade's Alberta shades are a decidedly glitzier alternative to her usual prep-inspired offerings. We love the sliver of magenta running along the ear.
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