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Channelign Contessa sunglasses

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┬áSunglasses are not only a necessity (squinting and stumbling down the sidewalk is not my idea of a fun time), but they have the added bonus of making anyone look instantly 10 times cooler. It’s a fact.

My standby sunglasses were admittedly a bit of an investment. They’re classic and I know I’ll have them for years to come, but every once in a while I get the urge to try a trendier pair on for size. In my book, trendy should not equal expensive. You generally won’t wear a trendy pair often enough to justify a high price. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few favorite pairs for under $100. And let’s face it – sunglasses are really just a bunch of plastic, anyway!

What style of sunglasses do you tend to jump for? I can never resist a good tortoise shell.

Inspiration: Olivia, nautical, retro

  1. I am still into the oversized look. I went and sprung for a pair of prescription Michael Kors oversized sunglasses, so I will be set for awhile…unless Old Navy has some cute one’s for $10 like they normally do every year.

  2. I really want a pair of cat-eye sunnies. I haven’t even tried them on yet to know if they’d look good on me, but they’re just so charming and retro!

  3. I’ve always been a huge fan of the cat eye glasses!! I need to pick a new pair too!! =P

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