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So you're not Nicole Ritchie and don't need

So you’re not Nicole Ritchie and don’t need “hater blockers” to shield you from obsessed fans. The polarized Biancas come in four colors, provide great coverage, and won’t cause eating disorders or drug addiction. ($95; spyoptic.com)

If the Terminator had a sister, she'd rock these futuristic, optically brilliant specs. Rubberized ear and nose pads keep them in place - even during…

If the Terminator had a sister, she’d rock these futuristic, optically brilliant specs. Rubberized ear and nose pads keep them in place – even during the most turbulent terminating. ($110; zealoptics.com)

The tapered lenses practically wrap back to your earlobes and cover your face from beanie to jacket collar, making these the optimal shades for…

The tapered lenses practically wrap back to your earlobes and cover your face from beanie to jacket collar, making these the optimal shades for ripping blinding spring corn. Or handling sulfuric acid. ($80; smithsport.com)

The best-looking things on the sundeck, Bacardi girls aside. The Grapevines' tight fit and bug-eyed lenses work well on the slopes, too. They will…

The best-looking things on the sundeck, Bacardi girls aside. The Grapevines’ tight fit and bug-eyed lenses work well on the slopes, too. They will not, however, correct sangria distortion. ($175; oakley.com)

Chunkier than thrift-store corduroy, comfier than lamb's-wool long underwear, and (almost) techy enough to see through even the worst road glare.…

Chunkier than thrift-store corduroy, comfier than lamb’s-wool long underwear, and (almost) techy enough to see through even the worst road glare. It’s only a matter of time before highway patrolmen catch on and ruin them for the rest of us. ($200; kaenon.com)

Thanks to their low-volume fit and retro style, you can expect to see all the ladies dolled up in bubble-shaped glasses. Sorry fellas, the polarized…

Thanks to their low-volume fit and retro style, you can expect to see all the ladies dolled up in bubble-shaped glasses. Sorry fellas, the polarized lenses won’t make you look any more buff. ($90; bolle.com)

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