During the day, if the dust isn't flying, I wear my prescription sunglasses.
At night and for dust storms, I have prescription sports goggles (meant for racquet sports). Unfortunately, they don't really seal, so when there's a big dust storm, one needs to supplement with a scarf/veil. They're also not tinted, and dust storms during the day can be pretty glare-y. Also, they're kinda ugly. Still, they did what they needed to do on the playa this year, even on Dustpocalypse Friday.
They're the blue version of these (I made a sparkly-gold coverslip for the elastic, to hide the ugly branding):
(I wish now that I had bought red or silver. Blue was chosen before I knew I'd wear them for BM).
I've seen military goggles that fit over eyeglasses. I may buy a pair of those for next time, if I can find them reasonably priced. I haven't seen any that I liked the look of on me yet, though.
I love love LOVE the Russian WWII goggles my partner wore -- leather eye mask with protruding, round, dark lenses -- kind of Steampunk Red Baron.
Very similar to these:
If you want drama to stop following you everywhere, try letting go of the leash.