Shady Lady: Our Roundup Of Chic Sunglasses Under $100

Click through our slideshow to shop the coolest sunglasses under $100 this summer.

Warby Parker’s Mabel Sunglasses ($95) feature oversized hexagonal frames, ideal for shielding your eyes poolside.

Bright mirrored lenses lend a playful contrast to the ‘60s vibe of A.J. Morgan’s Retro Round Sunglasses ($24).

Madewell’s semi-rimless Drifter Shades ($50) are a little retro, a little modern, and a whole lot cool.

Topshop’s Drop Lens Round Sunglasses ($32) in Pink give your outfit a sweet and girly vibe.

Thanks to the combination of a black opaque frame and metal top bar, you’ll look like an A-lister in Need Supply Co.’s Zane Sunglasses ($18).

Sole Society’s Smythe Oversized Thick Rim Sunglasses ($25) channel old Hollywood glamour. Wear this pair with a silk head scarf to go fashionably incognito.

Cat-eye shapes are a perennial favourite among front-row fashionphiles, and ASOS’ Ridge Cat Eye Sunglasses ($20) offer a truly versatile hue.

Aviators tend to look good on any face shape, so American Apparel’s Veneto Sunglasses ($35) are an essential everyday basic.

Channel ‘70s appeal in Nasty Gal’s Clear Reflection Shades ($40). Just don’t forget the flared jeans to complete your look.

Cheap Monday’s known for their affordable jeans. Guess what? The label makes stylish, budget-friendly shades too, like their Point Sunglasses ($40) that have a very Kate Moss vibe.

A pair of white sunnies is undeniably striking and deepens your summer tan, so slip on Spitfire’s Yazhoo Sunglasses ($38) in White.

You can wear Vince Camuto’s elegant Oversized Cat’s Eye Sunglasses ($65) now, but they’ll pair perfectly with your fall wardrobe too.

If you want something more exciting than basic black, but won’t wear coloured frames, try Eyebobs’ Total Wit Polarised Sunglasses ($99). After all, tortoiseshell is a universally stylish compromise.