Jesse Stevens, a designer from Finest Designer knows a lot when it comes to sunglasses or any other eyewear fashion. This is made in Italy and it has black acetate design. It is also tested ergonomically in a way that it can help you avoid fatigue. It is best to be worn when you hold your hair back to show off more of your face.
What is the reason for wearing sunglasses in the first place? Is it because of the current fashion trend or is there a need for one because of the increasing global awareness of climate change? Whatever it is, the idea is to satisfy the reasons without neglecting the quality of your purchases. Do you need to hit the stores for the most expensive ones? Not all that is expensive guarantee for the best of the list like this Jetson Shades. Yes, you can have this kind of look for a cheap price. Can you believe it? Just like your favorite runway designers, these futuristic look which is still in the trend for the summer season can be yours for $18 from Nasty Gal. In three colors, you can have the chance to choose the best color that is best for you and even to buy all the three. However, bear in mind that the frame still complements certain face shapes so better try on one before you make a decision. Have an elegant look with these shades as well as to protect your eyes from the harmful sun rays and dusts.
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Okay. I know it’s not the season to write about sunglasses but pardon me, folks, I am a certified sunglassesholic. I can’t help it, they’re the ultimate fashion accessory to top any outfit. A laid-back, street casual attire can definitely have a bit of zest with the right pair. You can go anywhere sassy with basic jeans and white tops as long as you don that intricately designed Bvlgari shades. But I’m not talking about that brand this time. I’d go for my new fav’rite, the Jimmy Choo selections.
Love, love, love that JJ edition of Jimmy Choo! It’s got an ultra chick, shiny black frames with an exquisitely designed temple knot in python effect material. The arms tapers off from the temple to the hockey ends giving it a very svelte silhouette. It finishes off with a metal Jimmy Choo temple logo and voila! Sunglasses at its finest!
Dita Eyewear recently released these gold-plated sunglasses (in 24k yellow gold and 18K white gold coatings), as the latest addition to the brand’s Spring 2009 Gold collection. Gita Eyewear owners Jeff Solorio and John Juniper, known for their homage of the evolution of eyewear style and design starting in the 50s up until the 1980s, released this collection that speaks volume of their unique vision and innovative spirit.
These pairs will be available in four frame style selections e.g. the Dynasty, Voulezvous, Ambassador, and Midnight Special styles. This is a limited collection so if you are willing and ready to shell out the amount between $680-900, you might want to head off to the nearest Dita Legends store near you.
These Balenciaga shades rock! No wonder it’s the toast of tinseltown and celebrities like actress Halle Berry and singer Mary J. Blige have been spotted wearing these. The shades feature a really big lens screwed into the front of the frame while the Balenciaga logo fits perfectly in the temple area. This particular pair comes in Havana brown frame (Tortoise) and brown grey lens. Models are available in the following frame/lens combination: Bone Frame/Brown Gradient lens; Black Frame/Grey Gradient lens; Tortoise Frame/ Brown to Grey; and Violet Frame/Brown Gradient lens.
These pairs retail between $300-$500.
Stylish sunglasses are this season’s key accessory. Could you imagine a fashionable lady not wearing one during the day especially on a beach? They really are a must have and Prada’s black, white and tangerine d-frame sunglasses is one that you should consider buying for yourself.
The Prada D-frame acetate sunglasses features a 60’s inspired design that would make your monochrome outfits a true satand out.
Price tag is $225.
Aren’t Chloe sunglases the coolest? Whatever new design Chloe comes up with it’s always youthful, audacious and edgy.
This square shaped Heloise sunglasses doesn’t disappoint. It comes in 2 colors – black and smoky grey. Features gradient lenses and a plastic frame. Logo embossed with brushed metal accents at temples. Offers 100% UV protection. Frame is 6″ wide and 2.25″ high. Made in France.
Sold for $378 at shopbop.com. Pretty expensive but hey, these are designer glasses. They’re supposed to be expensive…(sigh)..
This pair of clear and acetate D-frame sunglass is the main element of why it is very unique in its looks. The designers of this item are David Neville and Marcus Wainwright. It is just about the perfect fashion accessory for spring. It has a neck cord that is detachable and perfect even to be used by the sporty fashionistas out there.