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Glasses have been cool for quite some time. But we've been rocking the same thick black frames since they came onto the scene in the '90s. Needless to say they could use a little updating. Whether you're new to the whole four-eyes thing or are just looking to for a refresh, these five eyewear trends are a good place to start.

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Transparent

These clear frames have been a fashion blogger favorite since last year, and they’re not going anywhere. From crystal clear to tinted hues, they match with everything in your wardrobe (no coordination needed).

Get the look: Warby Parker ($95); Valley ($200); Tom Ford ($360)

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Aviators

Think of it like Top Gun vibes mixed with being-able-to-see vibes.

Get the look: Warby Parker ($145);  Michael Kors ($170); Dior ($545)

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Metal Wire

Harry Potter, but make it fashion. Yes, these round, wire-rimmed glasses are extra nerdy, but that’s the whole point. Lean into it with a trending cropped cardigan.

Get the look: Warby Parker ($145); Ray-Ban ($168); Derek Lam ($450)

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Topline

Frames on top, pure lens down low. Because of the lack of a distinct bottom edge, these guys add softness to prominent facial features. (Looking at you, schnoz.) 

Get the look: Warby Parker ($145); Ray-Ban ($178); Tom Ford ($460)

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‘70s Inspired

If you live in Brooklyn (or want to pretend you do), this style is a prerequisite. They’re a little hipster, but they’re easy for anyone to pull off. Think of them as your favorite oversized sunglasses, but for the indoors. 

Get the look: The Bookclub ($30); Warby Parker ($95); Tom Ford ($445)

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