Last month we were clued into the fact that Kanye West thinks small '90s-style sunglasses are the next big trend. While these throwback sunnies aren't exactly new (they've been a celebrity fave and a runway staple), expect them to make a major splash this coming spring. My obsession began when I first started wearing Adam Selman and Le Spec's cat-eye style, but since then I've come to crave other tiny styles.
And I'm not the only one. I've seen this teeny-tiny accessory with increasing frequency in my Instagram feed, and come fashion week I expect to see plenty more, especially styles by up-and-coming brands like Poppy Lissiman and George Keburia.
While the style might at first feel jarring when we've all spent so many years favoring super-size shades, it's surprisingly wearable. My recommendation: Try wearing them a bit lower on the bridge of your nose; they frame the eye better when they're not pushed all the way up on the face. And if the super-skinny style seems a bit too much to start out with, there are other small shades that may feel a little less intimidating. Shop a few of my current favorites below!
These are the glasses you've spotted all over your Instagram feed.
A modern take on the cat eye.
Adam Selman's collaboration with Le Specs was a breakout hit last year but will continue to be a favorite in the months to come.
These are a celebrity favorite.
These are sure to make a statement.
These sleek sunglasses are perfect for a vacation.
Consider this pair a major '90s throwback.
Calling all Matrix fans, these sunglasses are for you.
Try a pop of color on for size.
These ultra-sleek sunglasses are perfect for the trendsetter.
An affordable pick for those feeling timid to try the trend.
These are a great intro to the smaller sunnies trend.
A favorite you've likely spotted on social media already.
Modern and oh so cool.
These have a decidedly throwback flair.
These glasses would look ultra cool with a leather jacket and skinny jeans.
Lighter tinted glasses work even on a cloudy day.
Calling all retro-sunglasses lovers.