Ray-Ban sunglasses are synonymous with a good time, all while stylishly shielding your eyes. This is where Shop It To Me will explore the most popular Ray-Ban styles, some lesser known styles, and a few FAQ's like how to care for your new sunglasses, where to purchase Ray-Bans on sale, etc.

We view our sunglasses the same way we see our favorite lipstick, as the final touch of an outfit that kind of seals the look all together. Fortunately, Ray-Bans are reasonably priced, so you can afford to curate a collection of sunglasses for different outfits and occasions.

Not much of an introduction is needed for this regularly trending brand, just know that it's an American brand founded in 1936 by Bausch & Lomb, and as of 1999 Ray-Ban is now an Italian/American brand, acquired by the Italian eyewear gods, aka the Luxxotica Group.

Now time for the fun stuff! Scroll down to see the hottest Ray-Ban styles in our Ray-Ban Sunglasses Buying Guide.....

Ray-Ban has some classic styles, and sometimes they get updated, but we do love an original classic, which are the most famous Ray-Ban styles. Check out the below popular Ray-Ban sunglasses and envision yourself in a pair! They just so happen to look good on any face shape.

Ray-Ban Aviators

Ray-Ban Original 62mm Polarized Aviator Sunglasses
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Ray-Ban Original 62mm Polarized Aviator Sunglasses

An old-school classic favorite, these slim wire frame black Ray-Ban aviators match with any outfit, especially an all black ensemble. These sunglasses are also polarized and glare reducing.

Ray-Ban Wayfarers

Ray-Ban Polarized Sunglasses, RB2140 Original Wayfarer
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Ray-Ban Polarized Sunglasses, RB2140 Original Wayfarer

The Ray-Ban wayfarers are such a popular sunglass style because of their size and shape. The first wayfarer pair was created in 1952, and ever since then this Ray-Ban sunglass style has been seen on countless celebrities and models worldwide. If you're looking for an ultra-flattering pair of sunglasses— these are it.

Check out more wayfarer styles, including some chic updated versions!


Ray-Ban Clubmasters

Ray-Ban Unisex Polarized Classic Clubmaster Sunglasses, 51mm
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Ray-Ban Unisex Polarized Classic Clubmaster Sunglasses, 51mm

Offering 100% UV protection, these Ray-Ban clubmasters are just as flattering on the face as the above-mentioned wayfarers. The popular clubmaster style has also been updated by the brand, but regardless of the edition, all clubmasters are stylishly crafted from both plastic and metal, giving the frames a definitively unique look.

Unique Ray-Ban Sunglasses

Of course Ray-Ban is most famous for its timeless classic styles, but the brand has since offered some more unique options for those looking for more trendy styles.

Ray-Ban Cat Eye Sunglasses

Nina cat-eye sunglasses
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Nina cat-eye sunglasses

Try these enticing Ray-Ban cat-eye sunglasses on for style! These sexy sunglasses give an uplifted and slimming appearance to your already beautiful face.

Ray-Ban Round Sunglasses

Ray-Ban 0RB361 Round Aviator Sunglasses
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Ray-Ban 0RB361 Round Aviator Sunglasses

An oversized look for Ray-Ban, these unique blush colored round aviator sunglasses are a nice feminine touch to add to your sunglass collection.

Ray-Ban Square Sunglasses

square gradient sunglasses
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square gradient sunglasses

Another trendy Ray-Ban style are these gradient lens square framed sunglasses. Kind of retro but totally on-trend, these cute sunglasses will make any Spring/Summer dress pop.

Ray-Ban FAQ

Are Ray-Bans polarized?

Most Ray-Ban sunglasses are polarized, but not every single pair is. Make sure to check the details and description of the pair you are buying so that you can be 100% sure.

How do you clean Ray-Bans?

Never use any solvent that contains alcohol on your sunglasses, and never use anything abrasive or rough against your lenses. Also, it's always best to use a specially formulated sunglass cleaning liquid to prolong the life of your Ray-Bans. The official Ray-Ban website has a cleaning kit and other goodies to keep your Ray-Bans in tip top shape for as long as possible!

Where are Ray-Bans made?

Ray-Ban sunglasses are made in both Italy and China, depending on the style.

Are Ray-Bans unisex?

Most Ray-Bans are unisex, even is they are not labeled as unisex. Use your own judgement as to what will flatter your face, and don't be afraid to wear a pair of "men's sunglasses".

Do Ray-Bans go on sale and where can I purchase Ray-Bans on sale?

Yes, Ray-Bans do go on sale and you can purchase them from the company's website, various department stores, and to make the browsing process easier, top shopping App and website Shop It To Me has over a thousand different styles of Ray-Bans to choose from, showing you styles from popular websites that you already probably shop at! Shop It To Me is fun and free— try it out to view and purchase hundreds of Ray-Ban styles on sale.