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Sunglasses are a style staple all year long. Not only do they protect your eyes from the sun’s rays, but they add an effortless level of cool to any outfit.
And one of the most popular sunglass brands out there, Ray-Ban, has several styles on sale during Nordstrom’s massive Anniversary Sale. While you can score deals on everything from boots and coats to dresses and t-shirts, you don’t want to gloss over the accessory deals.
Below, shop four pairs of Ray-Bans that are under $100 during the sale and up your collection of sunnies one pair at a time. Plus, all styles feature 100% UV protection, have crystal lenses and were crafted in Italy.
1. Ray-Ban 50mm Wayfarer Sunglasses, $99.90 (Orig. $161)
Wayfarers are pretty much the end-all-be-all of classic sunglasses. These tortoise frames are sure to go with everything, and the timeless frame shape is timeless, so you can wear this pair for years to come.
2. Ray-Ban 51mm Square Sunglasses, $99.90 (Orig. $161)
Universally flattering, these square sunglasses have a more modern look to them thanks to their thin silver frame and flat lenses. You can also customize the fit of these shades with adjustable nonslip nose pads.
3. Ray-Ban State Street 49mm Square Sunglasses, $99.90 (Orig. $172)
The State Street style is essentially an updated version of the Wayfarer: “The iconic Wayfarer gets updated with a more squared-off shape but still exudes the same timeless cool style with logo-marked temples and crystal glass lenses.”
4. Ray-Ban 50mm Gradient Wayfarer Sunglasses, $99.90 (Orig. $165)
If you already own a pair of the classic Wayfarers, try out this clear pair for a trendy take on the OG style. The frames feature transparent propionate frames and grey gradient lenses.
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