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Casual or Glamorous? Finding Your Perfect Sunglass Style

When it comes to buying sunglasses, there are three things that you should consider before buying:

1. Fit

2. Feel

3. Functionality

Last week we had the opportunity to spend a day with Ophthalmic Assistant and model Stacey, as she toured Toronto and tested out a couple of our designer frames for the day.

Stacey was stuck between whether or not she wanted to invest in a casual frame (blue mirrored Ray-Ban Aviators) or a more glamorous frame (Ralph Lauren Cat Eye).

Both frames fit her exceptionally well, so it was down to feel and functionality.

Ray-Ban Aviators

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Q: How do the Ray-Ban Aviators fit, feel and function for you?

After adjusting the arms of the Ray-Ban’s slightly, they fit great!  The frames are super light-weight and feel very natural on the face.  Function-wise, I love how they match a lot of my summer clothes. They are great for suntanning and other casual outdoor activities.  The polarized lenses provide a vibrant filter for the sun, so everything still looks pretty natural.

Ralph Lauren Cat Eye

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Q: The Ralph Lauren Cat Eye sunglasses are completely different from the Ray-Ban Aviators.  What do you think of the fit, feel and functionality of these frames?

I love the fit of these sunglasses!  These frames instantly add a touch of glamour to my look.  These frames are also light weight and sit comfortably on my face.  I think they are going to be perfect for outdoor events and patio brunches.  I like that they look good with my hair up or down.  Very versatile and trés chic! I’m thinking I will be adding these ones to my collection!

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