Sunglasses Just Not a Fashion Statement

If it's a bright, clear day outside, you may instinctively reach for your sunglasses when you head for the door. And you probably do it without much thought about them. But you probably do think about sunglasses when you go to buy a new pair -- whether you walk into the discount store or the Sunglass Hut at the mall, you are immediately struck by the bewildering array of choices before you!
Fashion and image do play a role in sunglass selection. Ever since the 1960s, when Foster Grant ran the "Who's That Behind Those Foster Grants?" ad campaign, sunglasses have continued to increase in popularity. From Jack Nicholson in "Easy Rider" and John Belushi and Dan Akroyd in "The Blues Brothers" to Tom Cruise in, well, anything ("Risky Business," "Top Gun," "Jerry Maguire," "Mission Impossible II"), sunglasses have become a fashion icon. Styles range from conservative to outrageous, and come in every conceivable color.
There is a certain mystique when someone wears sunglasses. It is often said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, so it is no wonder that a device that hides them makes the wearer seem more provocative and mysterious.
Check out this article it will take the mystery out of sunglasses and help you understand what to look for when you buy a pair.
Read the full article………SunGlasses

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Jeff A. Hardy said...

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SoHo Accessories said...

Thanks Jeff !