What's your shade decade? Shop 10 pairs of throwback sunglasses
1920: Cable Temples
The secure wraparound design was a favorite of galloping equestrians. Moscot, $305; moscot.com.
Originally designed for military pilots, these soon became mainstream. Gucci, $325; nordstrom.com.
Shades on shades gained popularity to color-coordinate with outfits. ICU Eyewear, $22; icueyewear.com.
The upswept silhouette was meant to evoke glamour and sexiness. Shauns, $305; shaunscalifornia.com.
Options with more coverage initiated a bigger-is-better trend. Thierry Lasry, $395; barneys.com.
A rise in funky styles reflected the foxy, fresh disco age. Tom Ford, $425; tomford.com.
1980: Mirrored lenses
Colorful, see-and-be-seen specs made for a striking look. Cutler and Gross, $500; cutlerandgross.com.
Athletes helped this tight-fitting style take off. Fantas-Eyes; $18; fantas-eyes.com.
2000: Patterned frames
Sunglasses became a way to flaunt your personality. Cool camo? Why not! Foster Grant, $10; fostergrant.com.
Present: Tech add-ons
UV-fighting lenses clip on to Google's wearable mini-computer. Google Glass, $1,500; google.com.