TheFind Guest Post: Switch Up Your Sunglass Style With Hexagonal Frames

With all the resurgent vintage trends in summer accessories -- from clog-inspired sandals and chunky platform soles to 70s-chic printed headscarves -- it can be tough to keep up, not to mention pick and choose wisely for the perfectly balanced retro-modern look. Sunglasses especially are constantly bringing back vintage styles, like 60s circular frames, modern spins on wayfarers, updated cat-eye glasses, and now, unique hexagonal shades that put a cool retro-modern spin on your typical oversized frames. Go quirky with extreme angles like these translucent blue Anza Sunglasses by Elizabeth & James, or if you're not willing to break the bank for this new trend, test them out first with a budget-friendly pair from Charlotte Russe. These Karen Walker Patsy Sunglasses embrace ultra-funky thick frames and dark dramatic lenses for a cool on-trend look that's hardly incognito, but if you're not quite ready to embrace the trend full-on, go for a more subtle, rounder-edged pair with just the slightest hint of hexagonal shape, like these Linda Farrow shades!

- Alex Gambardella

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