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The Range: Chic, Affordable Sunglasses

When most of us are still working from home, and either not going out at all or going out only a limited amount, shopping for clothes and accessories takes a backseat.  Our current reality is limiting what I need and what I “need.”  But two weeks ago, the clouds parted, the sun came out, and I realized that most of my sunglasses are either scratched up or bent out of shape.

Here are a few stylish pairs at under-$100 prices.

Le Specs Air Heart Sunglasses ($69)

Prive Riveaux Madam Polarized Sunglasses ($29)

Quay Mini Aviator Sunglasses ($65)

Ann Taylor Square Sunglasses ($48)

Anthro Lucy Mirrored Aviators ($38)

Prive Riveaux The Benz Sunglasses ($26)

 

DIFF Eyewear Becky ($95)

What are your go-to sunglass shapes?  I think eyewear is a fun way to boost your summer look, and it’s nice to be able to find quality sunglasses at good prices.

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    3 comments

  1. Andrea says:

    H&M has some great ones from their Chimi collaboration.

    June 9, 2020/Reply
  2. steph says:

    Those Le Specs glasses are so cute- might have to treat myself 🙂 That brand is great- very good quality!

    June 9, 2020/Reply
  3. Keilexandra says:

    I like a good tortoiseshell plastic frame – which of course is almost impossible to find in a style with adjustable nose pads that will fit my non-existent Asian nose bridge (my bridge is particularly flat even among other East Asians). I have a prescription pair from Maui Jim that has this holy-grail combination of a plastic frame with nose pads, because my excellent vision insurance means that it’s actually cheaper to get them with a script than without (for wearing with contacts). Otherwise I stick to cheap aviators, although they’re not my preferred style, but they’re most likely to fit.

    June 9, 2020/Reply

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