Shop this trend: Round retro-inspired sunglasses

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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A good pair of shades keeps you looking hip no matter the season. With retro sunnies (still in our hearts) and back on the runways, celebs have been spotted all over the streets sporting the '60s-inspired look.

Pay homage to music—and inherent style—icons like John Lennon and Ozzy Osbourne and rock a pair of circle specs.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

These trendsetting twins are always in vogue, but we're especially pleased with their super chic monochromatic look and matching sunnies at a YSL event.









Ray Ban RB3447 Unisex Icons Sunglasses

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Ray Ban RB3447 Unisex Icons Sunglasses, $100; amazon.com



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Beyoncé Knowles

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Beyoncé Knowles

The always cool, superstar singer never lets us down with her swagged out accessory choices. For watching a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden, she chose a hip pair of specs to keep out the bright lights and possibly hide behind.














Urban Outfitters Daytripped Panama Sunglasses

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Urban Outfitters Daytripped Panama Sunglasses, $16; urbanoutfitters.com















Nicole Richie

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Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie waves hello to some passersby, looking gorgeous in a simple LBD, pumps, and Chanel shades. The coveted pair covers the designers peepers in the most stylish of ways.















80s Purple Baroque Round Sunglasses

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Baroque Round Sunglasses, $14; 80spurple.com












Lauren Conrad

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Lauren Conrad

Perfectly prepared for a music festival, LC tops the style charts in her carefree summer ensemble. Complimented by her long blonde tendrils (how does she always get them to look so perfect?) and a straw topper, the reality star's orange frames remind us that the season's in full swing!













Stella McCartney Round Sunglasses

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Stella McCartney Round Sunglasses, $225; shopbop.com











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Rachel Zoe

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Rachel Zoe

This hot mama's style is bah-na-nas and she definitely knows how to rock a pair of sunglasses. Go full-on glam like this stylist to the stars with a big floppy hat and ultra-dark lenses.
















Mossimo Gradient

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Mossimo Gradient Smoke Lens Sunglasses, $15.50; target.com











Kristen Stewart

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Kristen Stewart

This Twilight star has had her fair share of questionable press, but we still can't help but love her accessory choices. Go incognito like K-Stew in these black-out shades.













Madewell Hepcat Shades

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Madewell Hepcat Shades, $55; madewell.com












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Fearne Cotton

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Fearne Cotton

Rocking a black and white color scheme, this British T.V. presenter follows suit with her glasses. We're especially digging the mirrored lenses and thin wire frames.















Sun Revival Lennon Style Sunglasses

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Sun Revival Lennon Style Sunglasses, $10; amazon.com







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