Pantone 13-1023, Peach Fuzz and Coach HC6155F in Transparent Peach

Commemorate the 2024 Pantone Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz, with these stylish peach-colored Coach glasses. Merging timeless design with a shade that evokes feelings of belonging and peace, these frames not only showcase your impeccable taste but also embrace the essence of the year’s chosen hue, adding a touch of warmth and coziness to your eyewear collection. 

Benjamin Moore, Blue Nova and Hailey x Vogue VO5440S in blue

Benjamin Moore’s Blue Nova, is “an enigmatic, violet-tinged azure.” With an undeniable calming effect, it’s no surprise that the peaceful, midtone blue draws its inspiration from the night sky. For those looking to add a dash of Blue Nova to their own wardrobe, start with these Hailey x Vogue VO5440S sunglasses in blue. The shades combine a rectangular lens with a chunky frame and blue-tinted lenses to create a chic, monochrome look.

Sherwin Williams, Upward and Burberry BE4371 Helena in blue

With a breezy, blissful feel, and cool silver undertones, it’s easy to see why Upward is Sherwin Williams’s 2024 Color of the Year. Reminiscent of the sky on a cloudless day, the color feels positive, relaxed, and inspiring. Want to add a bit of the blissed-out shade to your winter looks? Try the Burberry BE4371 Helena in blue. The oversized square frames and UV-protected lenses both feature a chilly blue, a perfect pair to take you from winter to spring.

Valspar, Renew Blue and Zenni Good To Be Square 4452916 in seafoam

Valspar’s Color of the Year, Renew Blue, features green undertones and a calming, minimalist vibe. It’s easy to imagine the turquoise shade splashed on the walls of a spa or coating a tranquil bedroom, and it pairs particularly well with neutrals like a sandy beige or a dusty pink. A little bit punchier than Blue Nova or Upward, incorporating Renew Blue into your closet is still a breeze with Zenni’s Good To Be Square 4452916 frames in seafoam. Add your own prescription or sun-protected lenses to create a playful and useful pair of glasses.

Behr, Cracked Pepper and Alexander McQueen McQ MQ0048SA

In a stark departure from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin William, and Valspar’s optimistic blues, Behr opted for a dark and dusty hue, Cracked Pepper. A versatile and soft black, the color is a little moody and plays well with emerging darker aesthetics. If you want to incorporate a little bit of the shadowy look into your own style, try the McQ MQ0048SA by Alexander McQueen. These sunglasses feature black frames with gunmetal gray lenses that mimic Cracked Pepper’s sooty look.

Dutch Boy Paints, Ironside and Warby Parker Braswell in Palmetto

Like Behr, Dutch Boy Paints embraced a darker look and feel with their Ironside hue. This deep, mossy green feels cozy, comfortable, and timeless. While the shade may look like it’s best suited for a library or a gallery wall, it can make eyewear look classic and warm, too. If you want to introduce this cozy color to your eyewear rotation, try one of the brand-new Emma Chamberlain x Warby Parker frames, like the library-chic Braswell frames in the colorway palmetto. Featuring the warm shade on a classic rectangle shape, this frame is sure to be a winner for anyone looking to rock an earth tone.