The Reviews Don’t Lie—These Are the Best Sunglasses on Amazon

The best part? Nearly every pair is under $50.

Collage of sunglasses on amazon
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I'm a bit ashamed to admit this, but one of my red flags is that I go through about 10 pairs of sunglasses a year. I'm constantly leaving them behind at restaurants, scratching them in my bag, and outright misplacing them. But don't believe for a second that I don't respect the accessory, because I do. As any fashion fan will tell you, the best sunglasses can instantly make you look put together and elevate an outfit, whether it be a summer dress or a loungewear set. But because of my innate ability to lose sunglasses, I've made it a point never to spend lots of money on a pair. With how hit-and-miss shopping for sunglasses online can be, plus my must-have affordable price point, you can almost always catch me buying my sunglasses on Amazon.

The e-retailer checks the boxes for both inexpensive sunglasses and lightning-quick delivery and returns. Thanks to their affordable options and stellar return policy, Amazon is my go-to when shopping for fresh shades. I can buy two or three pairs to figure out what suits my face shape best, then send the losers back easily. And because I'm likely to break a few pairs, I can reorder my favorites and they'll be at my door in a matter of days with Prime. 

You really don't have to max out your budget to find a pair of sunglasses you'll love. To prove it, we've scoured the e-retailer to find the best frames that'll spark your interest. The best part? Almost every single pair of Amazon sunglasses on this list rings in at under $100, with most coming in at under $20. Happy shopping!

The Best Sunglasses on Amazon

Brooke Knappenberger
Associate Commerce Editor

Brooke Knappenberger is the Associate Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she specializes in crafting shopping stories—from sales content to buying guides that span every vertical on the site. She also oversees holiday coverage with an emphasis on gifting guides as well as Power Pick, our monthly column on the items that power the lives of MC’s editors. She also tackled shopping content as Marie Claire's Editorial Fellow prior to her role as Associate Commerce Editor.

She has over three years of experience writing on fashion, beauty, and entertainment and her work has appeared on Looper, NickiSwift, The Sun US, and Vox Magazine of Columbia, Missouri. Brooke obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism with an emphasis on Magazine Editing and has a minor in Textile and Apparel Management.

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