My history with sunglasses has always been to buy that adorable $9 pair on the rack near the checkout at TJ Maxx or Marshalls, and see how long they last. This method definitely got me through high school and college, and I was better for it, because any expensive pair would likely have been lost or broken. Maybe. This method has also left me with multiple pairs of partially chipped, faded, or cracking cheap sunglasses, and to be brutally honest, nothing seriously chic either.
So, in an effort to be a more stylish, nowIamamarriedwoman gal, I started making a mental list of the "grown-up" sunglasses that would be a great
I have never had a pair of Ray Ban's before, but this chica has a real hankering for a pair now!
|The Original Wayfarer in black - simple and classic|
|The Original Wayfarer, but in tortoise!! Swoon.|
|A classic spin on Ray Bans - the classic (and shiny!) Aviators!|
So, what do we think? All of the items on this list are $100 and higher online, so I am going to have to choose one out of the three so Hubs doesn't have a heart attack.
So, let's take a poll. Do you choose:
1) The Original Wayfarer's
2) Tortoise Wayfarer's
2) The Classic Aviators