Choosing the correct pair of designer sunglasses depends on finding the correct size and style for the face. For example, people with rounder faces should avoid round sunglasses whenever possible. There are a wide range of fashion designers who sell designer sunglasses. The styles that are available greatly depends on what is in fashion at a particular time. Celebrities often wear designer sunglasses, and the particular model that they wear may then become popular with the public. There are many sunglasses available which claim to be designer but which are simply poor imitations, so buyers should beware of fakes when shopping. Some signs to look out for include spelling mistakes and incorrect designer logos. Fake designer sunglasses may be poorly packaged or be sold in a plain bag rather than in a professional looking case. Fake designer sunglasses may also not offer the correct levels of UVA protection against the sun. Choosing the correct style and type of designer sunglasses will ensure they last for a long time, look stylish, and protect the eyes from the harmful rays of the sun.
Choosing a frame material that suits your purpose is critical as it plays a huge role in the comfort, safety and functionality of your new glasses. Different materials lend themselves to different functions, price ranges and styles, and with each comes distinct advantages and disadvantages.
1. Metal - Metal is one commonly used material in the manufacturing of sunglass frames due to its malleability, corrosion resistance, and ease of adjustability, making it very easy to tailor to many face shapes and frame styles. Metal frames typically tend to be more expensive, less durable and are not ideal for action sports.
2. Nylon - Nylon frames should be your go-to for sports and performance activities. Nylon frames are very resistant to temperature fluctuations, and remain super flexible while still retaining the stiffness required for safety. Companies use different brand names for their frame nylons.
3. Titanium - Generally found in higher-end sunglasses, Titanium frames are durable (duhh), scratch resistant, and tend to be on the pricier side of things.
4. Polycarbonate - This versatile, tough plastic offers serious impact resistance and can be found in many sport and safety glasses. Despite their durability, they tend to be rigid frames and are not very flexible. If you have a kid, a polycarbonate frame is a good choice for them as the frames can take a beating.
5. Acetat - Acetate is a plastic itself, but it is a little different. Compared to a standard plastic frame (usually Acrylic or Polyurethane), Acetate frames are stronger, more flexible and generally lighter. Acetate frames can come in a huge variety of colors and textures, and since the color is imbedded in the material itself instead of painted on, the color tends to stay.
6. Plastic - Sunglasses can be made out of a wide variety of plastic frames, from Acrylic to Polyurethane. Plastic frames are generally the cheapest frames available and can be a great option if price is an issue.
Look carefully at the frame material to guide you when buy or pick the sunglasses. The design of sunglasses is available in also have floral shape designs or floral ornament on it!
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