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Vintage Style Women's Sunglasses

Classic Specs women’s sunglasses are the best way to protect your eyes from the harm radiation of the sun while wearing the latest in vintage inspired sunglasses. Featuring cat-eye sunglasses, small round sunglasses, square sunglasses, oversized sunglasses, and more, you’re sure to find a women’s style that works for your face shape and size at Classic Specs. First, our sunglasses start with quality craftsmanship: We design each pair of women’s sunglasses in Brooklyn, New York and handcraft the frames from premium acetate (all sunglasses frames are hypoallergenic frames) with double barrel stainless steel hinges and wire core reinforced temple arms (for extra durability). In addition to the frames, the sunglasses lenses we use are lightweight CR-39 lenses treated to protect your eyes from 99.9% of the sun’s UVA/UVB radiation rays. We offer three types of women’s sunglasses: non-rx women’s sunglasses, prescription women’s sunglasses, and progressive women’s sunglasses. These frames start at $89 and range to $375 depending on the type of prescription lenses you order with your sunglasses. Want to try on our women’s sunglasses before you make a purchase? Use our “try it now” option powered by Ditto to see your face in each pair of frames instantly. Using your webcam, Ditto will map your face to allow you to accurately try the fit and style of each sunglasses frame from the comfort of your own home. If you don’t want to try on virtually, you can purchase any frame and if it doesn’t work out return within 30 days for a full refund – no questions asked. Classic Specs women’s sunglasses are the pinnacle of quality sunglasses. Starting at just $89 and including free shipping to anywhere in the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii) there’s no reason you can’t find your perfect pair of women’s sunglasses with us today.