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How it all started...

Hi! We're Kim & Courtney, the creators of Sunnies! Yes, we tend to twin a lot (sometimes it's on purpose and sometimes not 😂).

Our vision for Sunnies all started when we noticed a lot of kids (ours especially) stealing their parent’s adult-size sunglasses because the sun was “too bright” or “hurting their eyes.”

We looked at the sunglasses options on the market for kids and saw they were either too expensive (with overinflated up-sells for polarized lenses) or so cheap that they broke almost immediately. Super frustrating!

From there, we were on a mission to bridge that gap and create a sunglasses model that kids and parents alike will love. Each pair is fully-equipped to protect your little one's eyes with polarization and UVA/UVB protection standard, while being fun and stylish in different colors and prints!

Enter... Sunnies Shades!

Sunnies were made by moms with kids in mind: polarized sunglasses to protect your child's eyes in fun, durable styles they'll love (Mom's Honor!).

With Sunnies Shades, we now have happy kids and happy parents!  Your kids can grab their Sunnies and be ready to head out the door…no sharing needed!

XO - Kim & Courtney

Co Founders, Kim and Courtney, holding up their best selling solid kids polarized sunglasses