Saturday, August 29, 2015

Style steals: 7 clear sunglasses for under $50

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Sunglasses are more than just a simple eyewear piece used to block out harsh UV rays. They are now a crucial factor in accessorizing a head-to-toe look. Sure black and tortoise sunnies are timeless, and colored variations pack a punch. But, this fall our attention is on clear-framed shades. Here, we round up seven translucent styles worth wearing around town.

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Tildon 45mm Retro Sunglasses

Have a fashion flashback any day of the week with this groovy plastic pair by Tildon, $34, nordstrom.com, featuring pink-tinted mirrored lenses.

ASOS

ASOS Trip Retro Round Mirror Sunglasses

Everything looks sunny with these round clear shades by ASOS, $23.22, asos.com, which has gradient tinted lenses and molded nose pads for extra comfort.

Sunski

Sunski Pink Originals Sunglasses

Think pink thanks to these vintage Australian-inspired shades by Sunski, $48, sunski.com, featuring polarized lenses, hand-polished polycarbonate frames, and a convenient carrying case.

Express

Express Metal Tipped Clear Square Frame Sunglasses

Make like Jackie O. in these oversized frames by Express, $29.90, express.com, complete with amber-tinted lenses and metal accents on the sides.

Forever21

Forever21 Clear Frame Sunglasses

Go for a classic look with these clear-and-black frames by Forever21, $5.80, forever21.com, which has a light square build and graduated lenses.

Steve Madden

Steve Madden S5511 Sunglasses

There’s nothing fussy about these sunnies by Steve Madden, $38, stevemadden.com, featuring blue lenses and matching temples.

 

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