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Vintage Oversized Frame Fashion Sunglasses

Friday, July 20, 2007

I'm obsessed with sunglasses but not exactly designer but in general. I love big sunglasses they are so glamourous and just easy to wear and I definately don't think they are going out of fashion any time soon. If they look good on you wear them! If you are going to spend alot of money on sunglasses don't forget to pick some that will last you forever.

Fashion trends are prone to fads and come and go, especially women's fashions. There are trends that are here today, gone tomorrow. Then there are those that turn into classics and never go out of style. I'm talking about oversized vintage sunglasses, of course. Oversized vintage sunglasses have come back and are the most popular styles today.

Jackie O sunglasses are the perfect accessory to complete a Jackie O costume or outfit. Jackie O sunglasses are lots of fun at costume parties and themed events. Jackie O is thought as of America's closest thing to royalty she was an A-list socialite and is best remembered as the wife of assassinated US president, John F. Kennedy. Jackie O became a living fashion catalogue who was copied, envied and worshiped by the world. Jackie O sunglasses have a look that complements her or glamour that was electric, her style that was imaginative, and her effect that was brilliant.

Aviator sunglasses are perhaps the most well-known and traditional form of sunglasses and perhaps the most popular brand is Rayban sunglasses, made famous in the Tom Cruise hit movie "Top Gun". With their classic style and oversized lenses, they are the perfect choice for a variety of activities, from driving to flying and more. Aviator sunglasses come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and styles, including wrap-around and even goggle versions. Aviators aren´t just for pilots anymore, they are for anyone with a classic sense of sunglass style!

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Anonymous said...

Loving the blog , great read about Vintage Sunglasses

January 8, 2008 at 2:23 AM
The Truth said...

Ive always been a fan of vintage sunglasses!

June 11, 2008 at 4:21 AM