When The Sun Strikes Wear Your Sunglasses

Protect your eyes from the sun especially when driving or on vacation, by wearing quality designer sunglasses in 2012. When shopping for sunglasses, get your money’s worth and maintain your healthy eyesight at the same time by knowing more about sunglasses. What pair of sunglasses will you be wearing this year? Let’s find out!

Ray-Ban Sunglasses: Wayfarer

Ray-Ban Sunglasses are made with quality materials, style and exceptional value. The essence of Fifties cool, they’re set to be the hit of the summer. It has an iconic design that will last and last for years to come, plus a durable and lightweight metal frame, 100% UV protected lenses, and comfortable rubber nose pads. This style allowed these sunglasses to quickly spread beyond their utility, becoming popular among celebrities, rock stars and citizens of the world alike.

Giorgio Armani Sunglasses: 769/G/V/S

Giorgio Armani is a high-end label of elegance and exclusivity. With a high attention to detail, Giorgio Armani creates all sunglasses frames, such as the Giorgio Armani 769/G/V/S Sunglasses, with materials of only the best quality. The Giorgio Armani 769/G/V/S Sunglasses include the following features: Aviator-style frames. Giorgio Armani logo on temples. Frame plated in 5-micron thick 22-carat gold. Top brow bar and temple earpieces made of natural Indian water buffalo horn. Adjustable nose pads that are interchangeable and 100% UV Protection.

Serengeti Sunglasses: Velocity

Velocity’s lightweight titanium frame is built for speed, yet balances like a feather on the bridge of your nose. All Serengeti lenses offer the latest in photochromic technology, which constantly lightens and darkens throughout the day to ensure you see every detail. The Serengeti Velocity base 8 frame features a double nose bridge, arm tips and adjustable nose pads for added comfort. Serengeti Aviators are a stylish choice perfectly suited for any element you’re traveling on, from the road to water to air. A long-time favourite with timeless design which can be worn while navigating serpentine hill country roads, or soaring above scenic coastline.

Dolce & Gabbana:DG 2102 02/71

Designer Dolce & Gabbana Sunglasses DG2102 are uniquely different and more classy in looks. A contemporary yet striking pair of Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses, this refined aviator style for men features a slim refined metal frame with a series of hooks positioned around the lenses and an accentuated top bar. These well made metal sunglasses are a unique aviator style in shape and have a real feel of good quality for the wearer. Not only is the DG 2102 great value for money as with all designer sunglasses, they are 100% authentic, new season Dolce & Gabbana model and available in many different colour options.

Bolle Sunglasses: Kicker

The Bolle Kicker sunglasses bring you a slim, lightweight frame matched with high-grade polycarbonate lenses for an optimum blend of comfort and performance. These lightweight, rimless sunglasses are designed to hug your face and look good doing it. Ideal for a wide variety of sports. Hydralon memory nylon frames, virtually unbreakable with memory that returns to shape. Thermo-Grip temples and nose pads. Polycarbonate lenses are made from lightweight, premium-grade resin that’s 20 times more impact resistant than glass, three time lighter and 100% UVA/UVB protection.

Oliver Peoples:Strummer

These frames may be expensive, but with the name Oliver Peoples comes the assurance of superb quality. Invest in a classic style such as these, and you’ll stay fashionable regardless of any faddy trends. This sporty, double-bridge, semi-rimless sunglass is crafted with lightweight, hypo-allergenic titanium and flexible beta-titanium temples. The lens shape is a classic aviator, and the silicone nosepads and ultra-thin temples provide comfort and fit. Fashion based gradient lenses offer 100% UV protection.

Prada Sunglasses: SPS 50HS

Prada Sunglasses use only the finest materials to strike the ideal balance of form and function. SPS 50HS in an elegant and stylish design that will protect your eyes from harmful sun rays. It is available in different colors. Features red line logo on temple and 100% U.V. protection. The PRADA sunglasses are made in Italy and therefore you can be assured of the the a highest standards of quality and craftsmanship.

Ed Hardy Sunglasses: EHS 008 Brad Tattoo

Be the center of attention with this Brad Tattoo Ed Hardy Sunglasses. It is built with a colorful temple that is perfect for the crowd. The Ed Hardy Vintage Tattoo Eyewear EHS008 BRAD is a plastic sunglasses frame. The EHS008 BRAD has a universal bridge, a regular hinge, skull temples. The collection of Ed Hardy Vintage Tattoo Eyewear combines both high fashionable look and exceptional comfort. In fact, different styles are able to cover the whole range of ages. They may be the best choice for Sunglasses users and it comes in 1 size and 2 colors.

Dior Homme Sunglasses: Black Tie 109

Christian Dior Sunglasses style Black Tie 109 is a fashionable and elegant men’s rectangular acetate frame with metal detailing on the bridge and on the hinges. The Black Tie 109 features a saddle nose bridge for maximum comfort.These Dior Black Tie 109S glasses contour to your face to create a sophisticated look and block out harmful rays. They are truly one of a kind. You will love them as your friends will love them too. A frame that you cant go wrong with. You’ll definitely make the right impression by wearing these.

Cutler and Gross: D-frame

Hailing from Knightsbridge, Cutler and Gross are renowned for design and quality, rather than a logo. Fashion forward eyewear enthusiasts know how difficult it can be to find frames that inspire. And that’s precisely why London-based designers Graham Cutler and Tony Gross are making a noticeable splash among the celeb set everyone from Kid Cudi to Kate Hudson have their hands on this one. The D-frame could be considered the bread and butter of the brand. Thick-rimmed acetate with diamond shaped detailing pretty much make these frames a dead-ringer for those favored by an ’80s era Elvis Costello.

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