Good news for people who love Gwyneth Paltrow's style, but aren't such big fans of her sometimes expensive taste.
The blond beauty, whose extravagant leanings saw her suggesting $450,000 worth of clothing items for the spring season earlier this year, has signed off on stylish sunnies that ring in at under—gasp!—$100.
The Goop goddess has teamed up with Warby Parker to create two exclusive lines of sunglasses for Paltrow's popular lifestyle site.
Each style is available in goes-with-everything black and white shades, which the Goop team cites as their "favorite summer colors," despite the abundance of colorful hues that tend to mark the warm weather season.
But we have to admit, we could totally see Gwynnie in the Spence shades, which feature a sharp, square-shaped frame with a retro chic feel.
"We love these angular black sunglasses, because they're chic enough for day and dusk," the Goop team explains on the site.
Perfect for Paltrow, who is most likely on the go until way past dusk with her busy schedule!
Meanwhile, the Greenwich sunglasses offer a softer round frame with a quirky cute keyhole bridge.
Paltrow's limited-edition accessories will follow Warby Parker's tradition of donating a pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair that's purchased.
"A couple of years ago, the guys (four business school graduates) behind Warby Parker changed the eyewear market by making their super cool designs way more affordable than the industry standard without compromising on quality or style. We love their story, and the fact that for every pair sold, they distribute to someone in need," the Goop team wrote.
And you better believe Paltrow and her team know quality! After all, a $450,000 budget for a spring wardrobe tends to get you the best of the best.
The Goop and Warby Parker partnership is part of the site's weekly limited-edition collaboration, which has included Mih jeans, Butter London nail polishes and—most recently—a gilded Cynthia Rowley wetsuit.
And since the $295 Rowley design quickly sold out, we'd suggest hopping on the comparatively wallet-friendly sunnies fast if you want to get in on Goop goodness without breaking the bank!
Would you but a pair of Goop and Warby Parker sunglasses?