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When One Color Just Isn’t Enough, Go For One of These 9 Gradient Suns

From subtle to bold and everything in between.

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WHEN A SOLID sun isn’t enough, go for a gradient.

Modo sunglasses

Modo

Part of the Paper-Thin Acetate collection, the 470 is made with beta titanium and acetate and features Rx-able HCD polarized polycarbonate lenses that include antireflective coating.

modo.com

$315

Otra sunglasses

Otra

With can’t-miss gradient lenses, model Roadie is an oversized square metal frame.

otraeyewear.com

$65

Draper James sunglasses

Draper James

Spring’s the thing on the inner temples of the thick, oversized gradient frame DJ7043.

(800) 645-1300, marchon.com

$105

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Costa sunglasses

Costa

Inspired by the kicked-back vibe of South Carolina’s Sullivan’s Island, the Sullivan features 580G polarized lenses and a water-inspired acetate frame design.

(386) 274-4000, b2b.costadelmar.com

$257

Steve Madden sunglasses

Steve Madden

Fans of the Kenly shoe will recognize the inspiration for the acetate sun model of the same name, which features a carved quilted design on the temples.

(800) 645-3733, cvoptical.com

$175

Woow sunglasses

Woow

The acetate panto Super Duper 2 offers a variation on the original, iconic Super Duper.

designeyeweargroup.com

(800) 654-6099

$305

Tiffany sunglasses

Tiffany

Built around a graphic “T” motif, the acetate TF4186 has a cat-eye shape and Tiffany Blue temple tips.

(800) 422-2020, my.luxottica.com

$426

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Marc Jacobs sunglasses

Marc Jacobs

The Marc 580/S is a butterfly-shaped combination with the brand’s signature “JJ” logo on the metal temples and an acetate frame front.

(800) 631-1188, mysafilo.com

$155

Sospiri sunglasses

Sospiri

Handmade in Italy, the Flaminia, made with Mazzucchelli 1849 acetate, sparkles and shines with 126 Swarovski crystals.

(800) 486-2279, sospirieyewear.com

$815

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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