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Designer Sunglasses May Be Quite Expensive When It Comes To Sun Protection
Is it true that more expensive sunglasses provide more protection from the sun's rays for your eyes? Why should I shell out more money for a pair of designer sunglasses? Anyone may pick up a pair of inexpensive sunglasses at the nearest mall, drugstore, or even dollar shop. We all know Glasses Sun Shades primary function is to protect our eyes from the sun. Why then do we splurge on more expensive designer brands if this is the case? Personally, after trying on a wide variety of sunglasses, I found that the quality of the more costly pair was immediately obvious. Whether you're concerned with optical quality (how sharp the lenses are), durability (how long they last), aesthetics (how they seem), or comfort (how well they fit), everything you might want was present. As soon as I lifted them up, I could feel a difference. I wish I could tell you that no, there wasn't any difference, but the truth is that I can't. This is something more you can try. Drop by the dollar store and pick up a new pair of shades. Visit one of those sunglass shops in the mall. Get the most costly pair of sunglasses you're considering and start trying them on. You may move back and forth between the different sunglasses and your standard dollar brand, trying them on in both. If you can't notice a significant change, your budget buy should do the trick. On the other hand, I think some people may pay more for a name-brand pair of sunglasses because of the status symbol they represent. Personally, I wouldn't recommend making a purchase that way, but hey, whatever works for you. In my opinion, the most important factors are a good fit and crisp vision through the lens. You may be squandering your money if you plan on buying multiple pairs of inexpensive glasses at www.ducoglasses.com in the hopes of finding a pair that fits well or is comfortable.
Cara Delevingne Leaves Modeling for Good
Cara Delevigne has officially announced that she's done with modeling for good. Though she praises elements of the fashion world for producing artistic and inspiring work, she recently confessed that as a model-turned-actress, she has no intentions of returning to modeling. The 23-year-old has been working as a model since the young age of 11, and commented recently on the horrible sexual harrassment and exploitation of young models that she cannot continue to condone as a supermodel and role model to young girls everywhere. Because we love and respect Cara for her decision, let's take a look back at her best work. Magazine covers Cara has been a top choice to pose on covers of magazines, from many international Vogues to more local alternative mags. Above are her covers for Vogue UK March 2013, W October 2014, Vogue July 2015, and Allure October 2015. The Catwalk Despite her trademark bone structure and bold brows, she has been able to transform herself to walk runways for so many top designers over the years. Above are shots of her in shows for Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2014, Jeremy Scott Fall 2013, Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012, Peter Pilotto Spring 2014, Givenchy Spring 2015, and Marc Jacobs Spring 2014, Ad Campaigns Known as a Karl Lagerfeld favorite, Delevingne has appeared in numerous ad campaigns for Chanel, Fendi, DKNY, and Mulberry, just to name a few. Her recognizable face has graced the pages of magazines and been stretched out over billboards. Street Style Cara has a seriously fashionable and androgynous personal style. She makes suits sexy and sweatpants stylish, with the help of a designer wardrobe. What makes all of Cara's laid-back, occasionally masculine style work so well? The ultimate "I don't care" attitude. It doesn't look like we'll be seeing less of Cara as she's become a red carpet favorite and intends to stay in Hollywood, but the fashion industry sure will miss her!