Small 90s sunglasses trending in 2020

On-trend styles that Kanye would totally approve of.

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When fashion guru Kanye West emailed his wife Kim Kardashian and told her to stop wearing big sunglasses, we all got the memo. Little sunglasses are so in. While they may not shield your eyes from the sun, these 90s-inspired styles will take your fashion game from 0 to 100 quicker than you can upload your Instagram.

Pointed cat eye

Sleek, sexy and timeless. Cat eye sunglasses definitely give us those retro vibes. And we can thank Julia Roberts for the 90s inspo, when she wore these back in 1999 with her leather jacket and black beret — which has also come back into fashion. Coincidence? We think not!


Sporty

Arguably the most 90s sunglasses on the market and made popular again by Rihanna, what’s not to love about this style? These give us major Sporty Spice vibes and it makes us a wannabe — there ain’t nothing wrong with that!

Black Super Skinny Narrow Geometric Sunglasses
Black Super Skinny Narrow Geometric Sunglasses

Amazon


Half cut

Definitely up there as one of our favorite styles at the moment, the half cut sunglasses are the 90s embodied in one amazing accessory. Available in a number of different colored frames, this is the style that will instantly turn any outfit cool.


Round

You’ve probably seen A-listers like Gigi, Kendall and Bella sporting a pair of these oval or round small sunnies at some time or another. These were what every 90s cool kid was wearing back in the day – even Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen back in 1998.


Rectangular

This is probably one of the harder styles to pull off, but wear them on the bridge of your nose and you’re good to go! These remind us of an ultra-skinny cat-eye style with a touch of Keanu Reeves from The Matrix.

AJ Morgan Mini Rectangular Sunglasses In Gold
AJ Morgan Mini Rectangular Sunglasses In Gold

ASOS


Colored lense

I know what you may be thinking. Tinted specs were from the 70s, but the 90s revamped them for its own party, with rappers like Eve and Lil’ Kim sporting these bad boys. Now they’re back and better than ever in an array of colors like red, yellow, pink and blue.


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