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Steven Alan Optical

Finding your next set of spectacles or just a sweet pair of summer shades doesn't need to involve a trip to the mall. The new collection from Steven Alan Optical ($145-$245) includes 20 different frame designs, each available in a variety of colors and finishes, giving you a huge assortment to choose from. In addition, four of the frames are available as sunglasses, and each pair of prescription glasses includes lenses. But the best part is the Home Trial Kit, which lets you select up to six frames to be shipped to you for free so you can try them out for a week and decide which one best suits you before you buy — removing the chance of accidentally ordering a pair that makes you look like a distant cousin of Steve Urkel.

  • Warby Parker Titanium Collection

    Warby Parker has long been amongst our list of go-to eyewear specialists thanks to their buy a pair, give a pair program, but unfortunately if you were looking for metal frames, you were looking elsewhere. Not anymore. The new Warby Parker Titanium Collection ($145-$195) is their first to feature metal, with fourteen designs combining titanium sourced from Japan, non-rocking spring hinges from France, and temples made from Parker's custom acetate. Available as regular prescription eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses and ranging from sporty to architectural, you're bound to find a pair that's right for you.

  • Persol Vintage Sunglasses

    Forget "vintage-style" — if you've got the bucks, these are the real McCoy. With only five pairs currently available, these Persol Vintage Sunglasses ($1,170-$1,250) are the definition of limited — and that's not surprising, considering they hail from the '70s and '80s, and were unearthed in a French antique shop. All five pairs sport original style, but if you're looking for a recommendation, we'd roll with the Steve McQueen-approved Ratti 49 (pictured). [Scouted by Sam]