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Milo & Me expands the brand with five new sunglass styles in sizes for ages 5 to 13. All the frames feature the same durable nylon and TPE construction as the original Milo & Me collection to stand up to a kid’s “rough and tumble world.” Available in two sizes and five colors each, the on-trend and classic shapes feature polarized, scratch-resistant lenses. Additional details include adjustable temples and locking screws; several styles feature cool mirror coatings as well. Each sunglass includes a case, a microfiber pouch, sport strap and optional ear cable hook
accessories. $45 each,

OGI Kids kids eyeglasses

OGI Kids

The classicness of a P3 shape isn’t just for grownups! The Fire has a hand-painted rim and German spring hinges.

(888) 560-1060,


Babiators kids sunglasses



Created for babies, toddlers, and kids up to age 6, the Flower Child is made with flexible rubber and its polarized lenses offer total UVA and UVB protection. The 0-2Y size includes a silicon strap.


Steve Madden kids eyeglasses

Steve Madden

Bold statements get the job done, as proven by the rectangular acetate Dexx, ideal for ages 6 to 12.

(800) 645-3733,


Superflex Kids eyeglasses

Superflex Kids

The SFK-242, designed for ages 7 to 12, is a rounded square frame with an epoxy-filled front rim and laminated end pieces.

(855) 455-0042,


Sperry kids eyeglasses


Blocked nautical detail in multilayer acetate and 180-degree flexing hinges define the Honeyrun, a modern, square frame ideal for ages 8 to 12.

(800) 243-6350,


Modz Kids eyeglasses

Modz Kids

The Practice makes perfect in handmade zyl with metal trim.

(800) 323-2409,



Ray-Ban Jr kids eyeglasses

Ray-Ban Jr

The injected RJ9072S offers kids a change of pace, with its thick, rectangular design.

(800) 422-2020,


Dolabany kids eyeglasses


Get cooking with the ultralight TR-90 Chef, a hypoallergenic frame that’s resistant to extreme temperatures.

(800) 688-7661,

Lucky Brand kids eyeglasses


Lucky Brand

Layer up with the D725, an acetate cat eye with a stack of three colors on the frame front and two-toned laminate temples.

(800) 423-3023,


Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.


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