The Ray-Ban Junior Aviator features 50-millimeter lenses, making it even more likely to fit your face — or provide a smaller, less bug-eyed alternative to the classic Aviator, which runs more than twice its price at $150. For both of these styles, try them on in person before buying or make sure there's a good return policy. If you have a thin or small face, chances are high that you can go with the Junior line; it's worth a try, because saving on shades means you won't sweat it too much if you accidentally turn your sunglasses into a seat.
Ethan Wolff-Mann is the Gear editor of Supercompressor. He is waiting for a sunny day to wear sunglasses, because it is untoward to wear them inside. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.