Under-$50 sunglasses that don't look cheap

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In the summer, if we're outside (or riding the subway in the morning, you feel us?) we're probably wearing a pair of shades. Not only can the right style really flatter a person's face shape, they do all sorts of UV-ray protecting, too. 

The only downside to them is how easy they are to lose, scratch, or break. Spending a few hundred dollars on a single pair is understandably tough to swallow. Keeping that in mind, we found 12 under-$50 wayfarers, club masters, aviators, and more for you to shop guilt-and-worry free. 


1. zeroUV Retro Horned Rimmed Sunglasses, $9.99, available at Amazon.

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2. Spitfire Post Punk Round Sunglasses, $39, available Amazon and Urban Outfitters. 

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3. Crimson Visual 'Ashland' Polarized Sunglasses, $38, available at Nordstrom.


4. neff Daily Sunglasses, $18.30, available at Amazon.


5. Nike Road Machine Sunglasses, $49.95, available at Amazon.

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6. Urban Outfitters Half-Frame Sunglasses, $18, available at Urban Outfitters.


7. Topman Aviator Sunglasses, $15, available at Nordstrom.


8. Komono Unisex Sunglasses, $41.25 for select colors, available at Amazon.

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9. AJ Morgan Round Sunglasses, $28, available at ASOS.

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10. Jeepers Creepers Light Wood Retro Sunglasses, $36.51, available at Amazon.

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11. Kenneth Cole New York Aviator Sunglasses, $29.95, available at Amazon.


12. Spy Optic Hielo Wrap Sunglasses, $50, available at Amazon.

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