Accessories trends often start with celebs; take Gigi Hadid鈥檚 trailblazing chokers, Reese Witherspoon鈥檚 wicker bags and virtually everyone in Hollywood鈥檚 personalized jewelry. And sunglasses trends are no exception, with celebs always debuting the hottest and newest shades on social media.


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Case in point: Dakota Fanning posted a pic of her new rose gold sunnies, the St. Louis Camellia Sunglasses ($235) from Krewe, and they鈥檙e heavenly. (Also: Her arty picture is awesome!) Rose gold has been trending in jewelry for some time, and now that it鈥檚 made its way into celeb-approved sunglasses, you know that it鈥檒l be a huge trend. Here鈥檚 how to get in on it before everyone else does.


1. B.P. Mirrored Square Sunglasses ($12): If you鈥檙e looking for a super chic way to send summer off, try these square, retro-inspired sunglasses. At only $12, they鈥檙e an investment you can afford to make.


2. H&M Rose Gold Sunglasses ($10): If you鈥檙e the type to really try out trends, these round, rose gold sunnies are the real deal. The two trends combine together for a 鈥60s-style summer-of-love look.


3. Steve Madden Aviator Sunglasses ($40): If you鈥檙e a laid-back kind of lady, a pair of aviators might be right for you. They鈥檒l look great with cutoffs and a tank, but also would be a surprising addition to a feminine sundress.


4. Quay Australia Rose Gold Cat Eye Sunglasses ($69): Mirrored cat eye sunnies are never a bad idea, especially when they鈥檙e rose gold.


5. Kate Spade Ursula Glitter Cat Eye Sunglasses ($175): If you鈥檙e the girl who goes for it (and you are!), these rose gold glitter Kate Spade sunglasses are the ultimate show-stopping accessory.


6. Michael Kors Mirrored Square Sunglasses ($139): Those ready to commit to this trend (it鈥檚 hard to believe that it鈥檒l go away anytime soon) should look into these stunners 鈥 they鈥檙e the perfect silhouette for almost every face shape.

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