Accessorize! The best deals on sunglasses, watches, and more.

Whether you're dressing for rain or for shine,  or sprucing up your work wear, these accessories can boost even the most humdrum look.

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Pink ribbons are reflected in the sunglasses of a man wearing pink shirt and hat in Seoul, South Korea. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

The week's best fashion accessories deals offer lots of style options for a little coin. Whether you're dressing for rain or for shine, sprucing up your work wear, or feeling kind of weird and hipster, these accessories can boost even the most humdrum look.

Oakley Men's Dispatch II Sunglasses
Store: Fina Sporting via eBay
Price: $58.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $8

Is It Worth It?: Just because the days are getting shorter, doesn't mean the sun's getting any dimmer! These men's shades will definitely have you covered when it comes to rays; their warm grey lenses feature 100% UV protection. Plus, the smog plaid frames let you switch up your style with interchangeable metal icons that snap into place. Best of all, they're an $8 price low.

Kenneth Cole Reaction Mercer Street Satchel
Store: 6pm
Price: $39.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $3

Is It Worth It?: This chic Kenneth Cole Reaction handbag comes in White, Coral, or Chartreuse crocodile-embossed PVC, giving you lots of opportunities to add just the right color pop to your office outfit. Plus, it's $59 off list price, and you can stash that extra cash in its interior zippered pocket, or in either of the magnetic-snap pouches on the sides.

42" Over-Sized Automatic Umbrella

Store: Tanga
Price: $7.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $2

Is It Worth It?: Sure, rainy days and Mondays can get anybody down, but at least you can conquer the former with this massive automatic umbrella. Pick your favorite from the five available colors and then let this umbrella's windproof frame protect you from the most dreary of drizzles. And hey, the fact that it's a $2 savings could even have you singin' those rainy days away. (Of course, if this style doesn't strike your fancy, you can check out our feature about the best windproof umbrellas.)

Converse Men's Scoreboard Navy Digital Watch

Store: JCPenney
Price: $60 via coupon code "34WATCH" with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $3
Expires: October 24

Is It Worth It?: This modern Converse digital watch sports a vertically stacked, chunky scoreboard display. It features a silicone band with buckle closure and water resistance to 165 feet, so no worries if you're caught in a downpour without the umbrella mentioned above.

If this watch doesn't quite fit your style, you can peruse JCP's nearly 1,500 men's, women's, and kids' watches that are discounted 20% off via coupon code "34WATCH". We haven't seen a watch sale this great since July, so be sure to check it out before the coupon expires on October 24.

Hurley Kickin' It Sock Gift Set
Store: 6pm
Price: $9.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $11

Is It Worth It?: This quirky sock set by Hurley comes with one pair of ankle socks and one pair of over-the-knee socks. No matter which pair you choose to wear, they're sure to turn heads and spark conversations. And when people ask you about your awesome socks, be sure to proudly proclaim that they were an $11 price low.

Marcy Bonebright is a features editor for, where this article first appeared:

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