#5 Ridiculously Oversized
Victoria Beckham helped springboard the oversized sunglasses trend almost ten years ago - but maybe she took her inspiration for her bug-eyed style from the dress sense of fashionistas from the past? These bug-eyed shades can definitely be called oversized...
Probably not the most practical sunglasses - but when has fashion ever been about practicality? The silhouette of the shades are really feminine - almost cartoonishly so - and teamed with the model's pout they actually look quite good. Maybe it's time for a catwalk revival?
One of the key rules of sunglasses is symmetry. They should always match - so this sixties frame from the mod sphere of fashion is about as wild as it gets. It's impossible to say what kind of face shape these would suit - if one side of your face is gently curved and the other square, maybe you should hunt down a pair.
Wraparound sunglasses have been on the market for years, but the concept has never been taken this far. The whole point of sunglasses is to keep sunlight away from eyes - so maybe these are the best sunglasses ever?
Kanye West may have popularised shutter shades after famously wearing them in his video to Stronger, but he certainly didn't invent them. They first appeared halfway through the Twentieth Century, but that didn't stop Time Magazine putting Venetian Blind sunglasses at number 32 in the top 50 worst inventions of all time.