Choosing a good pair of glasses that complement your face is not as easy as buying new spring footwear. Designer eyeglasses can run up to $500 or more, and that's not including exams or prescription lenses. You might not have the funds to go all out on the pair you've been eyeing, so we're hooking you up with 10 stylish spring options for glasses under $200.

As a rule of thumb, the frame of the eyewear you select should be the opposite shape of your face. If you have a round face, a narrow and angular frame will add length and definition to your face (hint: that means go square or rectangular). From rim-horn to rimless frames, check out the Coolest Affordable Glasses.

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