Much like my shoe collection, I’ve realized recently that I’ve become a bit of a sunglasses hoarder. (You’ll see the hard evidence of that in the two photos below.) BUT that also means I’ve found quality brands that I continue to buy as well as new brands I’ve discovered for budget-friendly and on-trend styles. So with sunny days ahead, I figured what better time to share my thoughts on the best sunglasses brands for every budget! I hope this little recap will help if you’re looking for new sunnies this spring/summer, and I’d love to hear your favorite sites to discover new eyewear!
Use the first photo below to navigate sunglasses between $75-$200+
Use the second photo for styles $75 and under!
Keep Reading Best Sunglasses Brands for Every Budget Below
Classic Ray-Bans – Around $200
The best everyday styles – I always have at least one pair of Ray-Bans in my tote. They are lightweight and once you find the right size/shape for your face, they will be your favorite go-to sunnies. I lost my black aviators and immediately replaced them because I wear them so often!
On-Trend Quay – Under $100
My favorite when it comes to statement-making shades – and most of the frames are flattering on any face shape. They come in tons of colorful frames and lenses. The lower price point is great for experimenting with multiple styles.
New Kendall + Kylie – Around $150
I love the bigger lens size and the quality matches similar styles at this price. More of a splurge, but I can see myself wearing these styles pretty frequently.
Henri Bendel – Under $200
If you love the Henri Bendel brand, odds are that you will also love their sunglasses. Same great quality and they don’t totally break the bank. Scoop some up during one of their sitewide sales for an even better price tag. (Full post on HB spring accessories here.)
Karen Walker – Splurge-worthy Brand
Blogger favorite brand with iconic frame shapes that are universally flattering on the face. The Harvest, The One or Super Duper are investment pieces worth the splurge! There are a lot of dupe versions out there, but I still think the originals are the best looking.
BP via Nordstrom – Best For Budgets
I love the simple fact that Nordstrom shows how sunglasses fit the frame of a face. Mainly because I’ve ordered cheaper sunglasses before guesstimating how they will look on my face. Checking the face image for BP sunglasses is super helpful when it comes to ordering them and having an accurate expectation of a cheaper brand of frames.
Sunglass Warehouse – From $12-$15
It’s easy to scoop up multiple pair from this site for your next vacay to avoid the worry of losing an expensive pair. Of the 4 that I received, there was only one pair that was slightly smaller on my face than I would have normally bought. Good site for trendier frames that you wouldn’t ordinarily splurge on.
Street Affaires – On-Trend Styles For Under $50
I wore THIS pair of sunnies on both my Mexico and St. Lucia trips the entire time. I’m obsessed with them. (See them in this IG post.) Great spot for oversized styles – love the rose gold options! (Also obsessed with the pair in THIS post.)
Other sunglasses brands that I love:
What are your favorite places to shop for new sunglasses?