I was talking with my friend Julie recently. She told me that she lost her favorite sunglasses while on vacation. She was both frustrated and angry with herself, knowing she will need to spend $300 to replace them.
Sunglasses with polarized lenses are extremely popular with many people, but why? If you are thinking of buying a pair, you may find this useful. I'm going to explain the key benefit of polarized lenses in plain English.
It is commonly believed that sunglasses were invented in the early 1900's. Whilst this may be true for what we think of as modern day sunglasses, their history stretches back far further.
The Matrix has gone down in movie history, as one of the biggest and most influential blockbusters of all time. It's also a movie, which used sunglasses as a key part of the image for all the major characters.
A recent article by the BBC dictates the bad manners of iconic figures for wearing sunglasses indoors…read more here.
Following a recent post regarding sunglasses and eye protection, a reader asked a great question. He wanted to know what was meant by the UV number, usually seen on stickers or tags of new sunglasses
When it comes to style and glamour, Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's is hard to beat. Hepburn played Holly Golightly; the sunglasses wearing, enigmatic star of the movie classic.
I was thinking recently about the number of iconic photographs, which feature people wearing sunglasses…read more.
Our latest post exposes the hidden import between inexpensive, or cheap sunglasses. Understand the value of recognizing the differneces between the two and truly save money.
Let's face it, everyone looks cooler in sunglasses... even a cockatoo! However, sunglasses are far more important than that. They protect one of your most valuable assets: Your eyesight.