Sunglasses are a summer staple, but that doesn't mean you should be married to just one pair. According to Robert Schienberg and the experts at Marchon Eyewear, you should mix up your eyewear just like you do with your hairstyle and your shoes!

Robert says you don't have to choose frames based on the shape of your face. Instead, find a pair that fits your proportions. For the summer of 2007, the hottest trends for women are the medium rectangle and the modified rectangle.

Here are some stylish suggestions that Oprah tried on for the summer:

Calvin Klein, Style CK826S Calvin Klein, Style CK826S
This skillfully crafted plastic frame creates a sheer look with floating crystals and suspended plastic that generates a light, luminous effect.

Coach, Style Charlee Coach, Style Charlee
Charlee is a rimless combination frame offering a metal front with plastic temples that feature laser-etched custom C s encrusted with Swarovski crystals.

Fendi, Style FS384 Fendi, Style FS384
The Fendi B-Buckle collection is inspired by the coveted B. Fendi belt and bag, the FS384 features the signature belt buckles on both temples. It's a bold plastic frame with stitching effects that creates a leather illusion.

Fendi, Style FS411 Fendi, Style FS411
Also inspired by the coveted B. Fendi belt and bag, the FS411 is an essential aviator with a skillful combination of plastic and metal.

MICHAEL by Michael Kors, Style M2650S MICHAEL by Michael Kors, Style M2650S
A sleek and clean rectangle with a raised MK logo treatment on both temples, this lightweight design provides extreme coverage and is sure to flatter most faces.

Sean John, Style SJ 510 Sean John, Style SJ 510
Stand out or hide behind them and still achieve a sexy, alluring look with the SJ 510s. The SJ510 is a full-volume plastic frame, available in beautiful colorations.

Sean John, Style SJ 8020 Sean John, Style SJ 8020
The SJ 8020 is confident and sleek with lustrous metal encircling the lenses.

See what else is cool for summer.
FROM: What's Cool for Summer
Published on May 29, 2007

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