DIFF Wants You to Choose Sides in New ‘House of the Dragon’ Sunglasses Collection: Shop Here

DIFF Wants You to Choose Sides in New ‘House of the Dragon’ Sunglasses Collection: Shop Here

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Max’s firey series House of the Dragon is back for its second season, which officially premieres on Sunday (June 16). Before you cozy up on the couch though, DIFF eyewear is encouraging fans to choose sides with a new inspired by the Game of Thrones prequel.

The eyewear brand released named after House of Targaryen and House of Hightower as well as two enamel pins that’ll have you stylishly deciding which House you plan on rooting for — even when the TV is off.

Only a limited quantity of the collection was made, which means that once the sunglasses and pins are sold out, it’s unlikely that they’ll be restocked.

Keep reading to shop the pieces below.

House Targaryen Polarized Sunglasses

The bring a mysterious aesthetic with dark gray polarized lenses. Along the edges you can show off a dragon scale-inspired edging, which is a nod to the power and “lore” of the beast while the polarized lenses come with anti-scratch materials to help keep the accessory in pristine shape.

House Targaryen Enamel Pin

Get this for free when you purchase the matching sunglasses or you can purchase it separately for just $29. The pin comes decorated with the golden crown in the center with the seven kingdom’s symbols surrounding the perimeter. If you look closely, you’ll also see lines from the series.

House Hightower Polarized Sunglasses

Alicent Hightower is represented in this pair of using an antique gold frame paired with ambient emerald frames. For added chicness, the sunglasses are completed with a Hand of the King sigil.

House Hightower Enamel Pin

Receive this for free when you purchase the Hightower sunglasses or snag it for $29 on its own. The design shows off the House’s sigil in the center with the logo “light the way” underneath.

Season two of the hit fantasy-drama series will pick up from the dramatic season one finale, which saw a major death that kickstarts the civil war between the family.

The series will premiere on Max, which means you’ll need a subscription to the streamer in order to watch House of the Dragon season two at home. If you’re already a subscriber, you can watch the series for no additional cost when you log into your account.

Don’t have Max? New users can take advantage of the streamer’s rare free 7-day trial, which will let you watch House of the Dragon season two online for free, and more. Once your free trial is over, you’ll be charged based on the plan you choose at checkout (packages start as low as $10 a month).

Prime members can also add Max onto your subscription through the Prime Channel storefront.

Check below to watch the trailer for House of the Dragon season 2.