We are pleased to announce the opening of our own new store that enables you to buy all of the leading sunglasses brand at discounted prices. Find Designer Sunglasses does just what it says… giving you access to lots of great sunglasses from all the top names including Ray Ban, Oakley, Fendi, Gucci, Tom Ford, CK, Dior, D&G, DKNY, Chanel, Roberto Cavalli, Giorgio Armani, YSL, Versace and so many more.
We are still adding stock to the shop and so there are new brands and styles being added every day so if there is something you really want then just let us know and we will be able to give you a good price.
You don’t have to pay a fortune for your prescription sunglasses. It is possible to get a fantastic pair of designer sunglasses at discounted prices that also include your prescription lenses.
If you think you are stuck to getting your prescription sunglasses from you opticians think again. All you have to do is find the designer brand and style you like and then add your prescription and off you go!
Try looking at Ray Ban Clubmaster sunglasses they are unisex; made of plastic and metal; available with polarized lenses and give your eyes the UVA and UVB protection they need.
Zac Efron star of 17 Again wore a pair of Ray Ban Aviator sunglasses in the film. The style name is Ray Ban RB 3025 and the pair worn in the film had a gold (arista) frame with gray polarized lenses.
The Ray Ban RB 3025 is a classic aviator design, it is unisex so will appeal to men and women. The sunglasses are available with mirrored, polarized, gradient and prescription ready lenses as well coming in 3 sizes small, medium and large.
Save over £23 (compared to the RRP) on the superb RayBan RB 3029 Aviator Outdoorsman II Sunglasses. Warn by celebrities including David Beckham you can get the look for just £94.40.
The Ray Ban RB 3029 Aviator Outdoorsman II Sunglasses features include metal frame, prescription ready and are UVA, UVB, UV400 and come complete with RayBan case.
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Getting your children to wear sunglasses is as important as getting them to wear sun cream, after all you only have one pair of eyes.
As a parent it is up to you to look after your child’s health, they are children after all. Their eyes are susceptible to UV damage; just as much as ours are; which can lead to everything from painful yet easily healed surface burns to irreversible cataracts. It is also important to note that children tend to spend much more time outdoors than adults, which means they demand even more protection from the sun’s threats.
Buying sunglasses for yourself when you have a small face can be hard work. The bridge can be too wide; the lenses cover most of your face and in extreme cases you look like a child playing dress up with mummy’s glasses.
If you have a small face you need to find the right pair of sunglasses for you, in a style you like. Looking at adult sizes may be a pointless task, so try looking in the kids / teens section. It is possible to find a trendy pair of sunglasses if you look in the right place; you are not stuck with Dora the Explorer or Spiderman.
Some designer sunglasses come in different frame sizes and they also have ranges designed for smaller faces, see Oakley.
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Congratulations to Tinie Tempah who won 2 Brits last night for best song and best newcomer. Tinie who is well known for his stylish dressing is rarely seen with out a pair of ultra cool Ray Bans and last night was no different as he, and his entire on stage team, donned the Ray Ban black frames to perfom a couple of his big hits of 2010.
If you want to get the Tinie Tempah look then check out some black framed Ray Ban wayfarer sunglasses which are available in a range of sizes and lens types. With prices starting from just £89 you can get the most on trend look for a bargain.
Polarised sunglasses reduce glare and increase contrast sensitivity. Sportsmen and women began wearing them decades ago, but today they are worn by anyone wanting quality sun protection for their eyes.
Light becomes polarised when it hits a surface. This is where the photons in the light all vibrate in one direction instead of random directions. When this happens it causes the ‘glare’ reflected from the surface, a car window for example; this glare distorts the colour of objects therefore making them harder to see.
Polarised sunglasses work in a similar way to a venetian blind, the blind blocks light from certain angles while still allowing light from other angles to filter through. The lenses filter out some of the reflected glare and allow other light waved to pass through to your eyes. A polarising lens works when it is positioned at a 90 degree angle to the source of the glare. Polarised sunglasses are designed to filter horizontal light and are mounted vertically in the frame; they are aligned carefully so that they properly filter the light waves.
The polarised lenses need to have some colour as it is not possible to polarize light without colour. The darker the colour the higher the level of polarization. You need to choose the colour of your lenses depending on the reason you are wearing them, each colour affects vision in different ways.
- Gray – transmits all colours evenly. It is good for everyday use. Especially good for use around the sea where the water tends to be blue in colour.
- Brown – improves contrast and depth perception so is good for driving. Light brown is good for use on overcast days and is popular with the fashion conscious as brown is flattering to the face.
- Red – mainly used for sports in bright and sunny places.
- Orange and Yellow – filter out blue light and increase contract sensitivity, perfect for driving on a cloudy day.
- Green – keeps a good balance among the colours of light and is popular with tennis players and golfers.
- Blue – allows a large amount of blue light to filter through so is good for partly cloudy weather.
- Copper – provides maximum contrast, so it is best for any activity where good vision is important.
Many designers have a polarised range of sunglasses; please see below for a selection of the main designers.
If you really want to make an impression on the one you love this Valentine’s Day buy them a pair of designer sunglasses at discounted prices. Look at Shadetastic.co.uk for fantastic deals on sunglasses this Valentine’s Day.
You can chose from all the main designer brands including Gucci, Ray Ban, Prada, Police, Dolce and Gabbana, Chanel, Oakley and many more. There is also a 5% discount on selected styles so don’t delay look today.
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Ray Ban Wayfarer represents Californian lifestyle where designer sunglasses have become the way of life. Katy Perry was spotted in LA this month in a pair of Ray Ban Wayfarer 2140.
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