Chrissy Teigen x Quay Collab: 6 Sunnies & Blue Light Glasses Under $60

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Talk about specs appeal! The Chrissy Teigen x Quay collab has launched a new collection of chic fall sunglasses and blue light glasses—the new back-to-school and professional essential—and the items are as smart and sexy as the supermodel-entrepreneur herself.

And not only are these glasses both stylish and functional, but they’re all a budget-friendly $60 or less. So stock up now for your fall wardrobe update—we have a feeling these will sell out fast. 

Jezabell

A cool, oversized update on the classic round sunnies features polished gold frames and either non-reflective smoke or reflective gold lenses.

All Nighter

These frames feature a universally flattering cat eye shape and clear lenses treated with Quay’s blue light blocking technology. Available in pink/clear, tortoise and black.

After Hours

These slightly winged square frames provide the perfect balance between timeless and edgy. Available in black and tortoise.

Gold Dust

These oversized rounded square frames are so glam. J’adore. Available in toffee/pink and black.

Hardwire

These blue light glass come in a wide variety of color choices. Bonus? You cake them to your optometrist to get your prescription put in.

Sweet Dreams

These sunnies lend a luxe feel to the classic square shape with a gold metal brow bar and premium lens finishes. Available in black and champagne.

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