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14 inexpensive sunglasses for women for summer 2021: from ASOS to H&M and Amazon

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Hollie brotherton


The good weather is here and we can finally pay attention to the most essential accessory of the summer: a pair of Sun glasses. Used to enhance any outfit (or hide a multitude of sins), we firmly believe that you can never have too much.

If you’re looking for a new style but don’t want to break the bank, we’ve found 14 pairs of designer sunglasses that offer full UV protection but are very affordable.

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From classic round cat-eye glasses to trendy rectangular glasses, here is our pick of the best inexpensive sunglasses you can buy online right now.

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Round sunglasses, £ 9.99, H&M

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For under £ 10 you can get these round tinted frames from H&M, which have amazing reviews and could easily be mistaken for a designer.

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Le Specs Air Heart Cat-Eye Sunglasses in Acetate and Gold, £ 55, Freedom

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You can’t go wrong with chic black cat eye sunglasses. Meghan markle and Olivia palermo love them as much as we do and have both been seen wearing this exact pair.

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Angular Cat Eye Sunglasses, £ 23, & other stories

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These angular cat-eye sunglasses have a retro feel and will add serious style to any outfit this summer.

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Square Shaded Wayfarer Sunglasses, £ 26, Olivier Bonas

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With their tortoiseshell design and chunky wayfarer style, this pair from Oliver Bonas will suit all face shapes and always make a statement.

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ASOS DESIGN Oversized 70s Sunglasses With Recycled Hex Frame, £ 12, Asos

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If your mantra is to grow tall or come home, you’ll love this 70s-inspired hex pair and they cost just £ 12.

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Drive sunglasses, £ 18, Day of the week

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Slim 2000s-style specs aren’t going anywhere this summer, and this frameless pair from Weekday comes in four different fun shades.

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Wrong Jeepers Peepers round sunglasses, £ 20, Asos

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Oversized round sunglasses always look stylish, and you’ll be wearing this chunky pair of tortoiseshell season after season.

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Modern Matera sunglasses, £ 22, Free people

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Pink sunglasses can definitely look chic. We love this barely visible pair from Free People with their bold frames and tinted lenses.

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Recycled cat eye sunglasses, £ 40, Anthropology

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Your collection isn’t complete without some retro white undertones. They have the perfect shape and are also made entirely from recycled materials.

Mango-glasses

Square frame sunglasses, £ 12.99, Mango

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These vintage inspired sunglasses are so trendy and will make you feel like you are in the South of France, even if you are far from it.

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Oversized rounded sunglasses, £ 27, & other stories

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You’d be forgiven for mistaking these oversized & Other Stories sunglasses for a much more expensive pair. They will look great with everything, too.

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After Hours sunglasses, £ 39, Dock

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Quay’s After Hours sunglasses are bestsellers for good reason. The oversized square style is timeless and flattering, while the frames are high quality and sturdy.

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Vintage sunglasses SUNGAIT, £ 17.99, Amazon

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With over 25,000 five-star reviews on Amazon for their high-quality frames and timeless style, this pair is a steal.

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TETRA SUN RX, £ 69, Specification savers

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Specsavers prescription sunglasses are perfect for those who don’t want to wear contact lenses under their sunglasses. We love this pair of round gold frames with powder pink tips.

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