5 Favorite Sunglasses

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June 27th is #NationalSunglassesDay. In honor of all things summer and such a bright holiday, we’ve tried on sunglasses from Target, Amazon and more, ranging in price from a few dollars to a couple of hundred. Here are 5 standout sunglasses for summer!


Sunglass #1

These SOJOS Classic Aviator Sunglasses are under $15 and currently have a clickable coupon. These are a great alternative to Ray Ban aviators if you’re like me and tend to scratch your sunglasses easily. My step-daughter has these in rose gold and they are super cute on her. I prefer the classic silver and gold styles for myself.


Sunglass #2

These Floral Accent Gold Aviator Sunglasses add a fun pop of summer color to a traditional aviator shape. These are on order for my beach trip (fingers still crossed for this one)! Under $10 and free shipping makes these a must have for summer!


Sunglass #3

These A New Day™ Bronze Aviators from Target are under $17 and resemble Ray Ban aviators at 10x that cost. You won’t be afraid to sit on these or lose them on a boat ride though. The bronze gold coloring makes them easy to pair with your summer wardrobe for the weekend or the beach.



Sunglass #4

It’s no secret that Target is my happy place! These Squared Black Sunglasses by A New Day™ have a slight cat eye. They look just like designer counterparts on, but are less than $15 at Target. These are by far my favorite day to day sunglasses right now.


Sunglass #5

If you’re a runner and not familiar with Goodr sunglasses yet, let me introduce you! These sunglasses are polarized and made of slightly flexible material so they withstand heavy use and sweat during summer runs. Most sunglasses slip off my face during runs, but these stay put and stay comfortable throughout my run. Better yet, they are only $25 and come in multiple colors.




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