I was sent sunglasses in order to offer my honest opinion about the products and the company. All opinions are my own.
I’m a sucker for trendy sunglasses in all different shapes and sizes. Each summer I update the collection – purging some of the older styles or glasses I’m not wearing anymore and then adding a couple new pretties to my repertoire. Honestly, my siblings and close friends are all walking around this summer with the 12 pairs I purged to make room for these two new pairs of sunglasses from SmartBuyGlasses.
Colorful reflective lenses are definitely my kryptonite, so this pair of Jimmy Choo orange reflective sunglasses are right up my alley. I love that in certain lights they look pink, almost magenta, and in others they are a vibrant sun-setting orange. The cat-eye shape further makes them eye-catching, while the clear-colored frames makes them an easy addition to a number of outfits. If orange trendy sunglasses aren’t your thing, this style also comes in a basic gray animal print frame with classic lenses.
This pair of Fendi sunglasses has quickly replaced my usual basic go-to set of shades. The classic black and gold design is chic and easy to wear. Plus, the arms have a hinge that allows them to bend a little in the outside direction, making them super comfortable to wear all day. I hate glasses that seem to squeeze your head because of the firmness of the arms and the rigid design.
If you have never shopped at SmartBuyGlasses before, let me tell you it is easy and straightforward. You can scroll through 100s of top brands and designer sunglasses and prescription glasses. The site has a virtual try-on feature that lets you see what the sunglasses will look like with your face shape, which is a great feature if you aren’t sure or are on the fence about a certain look. Every order comes with a 2-year warranty (gotta love that peace of mind). PLUS, for every pair of glasses purchased, SmartBuyGlasses gives a pair to someone in need. So you get a trendy pair of shades and get to do good in the process. Not bad, huh?!