90s sunglasses are back and cooler than ever

Mia Steiber 25 July 2017 NEWS

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The latest sunglasses trend to hit the streets is actually one of the oldest.

If you're old enough, you'll know that late rock legend Kurt Cobain made this style famous during the 90s. And now they're back and cooler than ever.

In fact, these sunnies have become somewhat of a celeb favourite. We've seen everyone from the Hadids to bloggers like Alexandra Spencer wearing these bad boys and it's convinced us that we need a pair. Fortunately enough, this is a style that is way too easy to pick up on the cheap. Scroll down to see our favourite style snaps of the 90s sunglasses trend plus a whole bunch of styles for every budget.

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90s Deadstock Orange Cat Eye Cobain Sunglasses
90s Deadstock Orange Cat Eye Cobain Sunglasses

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Classic Punk Rock Sunglasses NIRVANA Kurt Cobain glasses Men Women Round Oval Shades Retro Vintage Eyewear Sunnies UV400
Classic Punk Rock Sunglasses NIRVANA Kurt Cobain glasses Men Women Round Oval Shades Retro Vintage Eyewear Sunnies UV400

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