Pick Up A Pair Of Stylish, Yet Affordable Sunglasses At Warby Parker

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Masha Berman Contributor
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I love sunglasses that are a little funkier, and this Clementine pair from Warby Parker definitely fit the bill. They come in two different shades, Tulip and Espresso Tortoise, and both would be so fun to style.

Tulip (Photo via Warby Parker)

Tulip (Photo via Warby Parker)

Clementine starting at $95

You knew that Warby Parker made glasses at an affordable rate, but did you know they also have an extensive collection of well-priced sunglasses? This brand is all about thicker frames, stylish cuts, and creative colors. What’s really great about this pair of sunglasses is that you have the option of getting them as prescription sunglasses. The regular go for $95 and the prescription range from $175 to $375 depending on the severity of your needs.

Espresso Tortoise (Photo via Warby Parker)

Espresso Tortoise (Photo via Warby Parker)

Clementine starting at $95

I think both of the colors available for this pair would look great paired with flowy dresses, jean shorts, and even something a bit more professional like a pencil skirt. Go for a boho, vintage vibe with the Tulip pair, and a bolder, more put together look with the Espresso Turtle. They are a statement piece in themselves, so you don’t have to put too much thought into the rest of your outfit to achieve a fashionable look.

Warby Parker offers free shipping and free 30-day returns on all their products. They also offer a one-year, no scratch guarantee, where they will replace your scratched lensses for free within the first 12 months.

How will you style your Clementine sunglasses from Warby Parker?

Photo via Warby Parker

Photo via Warby Parker

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Masha Berman