The best sunglasses in Toronto will have your eyes geared up for any season. A bit pricier than the city's cheaper varieties, these specialty stores stock stylish designer rims, tints, and frames for your prescription lenses.
Here are the best stores to buy sunglasses in Toronto.10 - BonLook
The hippest eyewear store in the city right now, this Montreal brand specializes in round-lens glasses, though they carry a variety of frames too. Check out their stores at Eaton Centre, Sherway Gardens or Scarborough Town Centre.
9 - Minh Chau Optical
The go-to eyewear spot in Chinatown, this store has a huge selection of upscale and casual frames for you, regardless of whether your budget is double-digits or four figures.
11 - Zane (Queen St)
Super trendy shades are what's up at this accessories store on West Queen West. Prices rarely exceed $190 here, with lightweight and metal frames from designers like Shevoke, Le Specs, and Australian glam brand Valley Eyewear.
4 - 312 Optical Studio
A College St. favourite, this friendly store has modern pieces for very reasonable prices, with brands like Ray-Ban and Ørgreen.
7 - Spectacle
Whether you're shopping along Queen West, in the Distillery, or at Yonge and Lawrence, this luxury eyewear chain has you (and your eyes) covered. Cop everything from vintage Cazals to more recent designers like Garrett Leight.
8 - Eyes on Church
This tiny store in the Church Wellesley Village is full of glamourous eyewear. It's been offering rare, hard-to-find pieces since 1997, never carrying two of the same frame.
6 - Ollie Quinn
This British eyewear brand landed a few doors down from Spectacle on Queen in 2014. Their collection of acetate or metal glasses are fairly affordable, hovering below $100 when they go on sale.
5 - Warby Parker Toronto
You'll find a lot of funky frames at either of Warby Parker's locations in West Queen West or at Yorkdale. If casual yet stylish eyewear is what you're looking for, grab a pair of their shades.
3 - Opticianado
In addition to the exceptional selection of vintage frames at this Junction shop, they've also got shades from classic to the newest trends by the likes of Oliver Peoples and Cartier.
by Tanya Mok via blogTO