There is a very big misconception about buying sunglasses
online. Customers feel that they canít
try them on and they donít know what they are getting. They feel the colors that they see online
differ from what they look like in real life.
Visit your local sunglasses store who stocks all your
favorite brands. Choose the item you
like and try it on. Make sure you love
it and make sure that you write down the MODEL # and the COLOR CODE. Most sunglasses have the following 3 identifiers
on the side of the frame. Here is an
As you can see this is a Prada SPR55H. The model # is always located on the
leftmost part of the frame. The center digits and numbers are the color
code and size. In this example 7JY-8C1 is the color code for this
frame. There are last and middle sets of digits
frame size. In this example itís a
12 and 120. 63 is a eye (glass) size and 12
is a bridge size. 120 is a temple length. Frames often come in a variety
of sizes. Higher numbers equal larger frames. Frame
size measurements are always in millimeters. Frame size is often a personal
preference and most frame sizes accommodate the average head. If needed,
adjustments for a comfortable custom fit can be made by any optical store in
your area. The sizes could be represented in a different order for different
brands. Below you will find an example of frame size.
you establish the item you wish to purchase, write down the specs and go home.
the frame. If we donít have the item on
the site we can get it for you. We deal with 20-30 vendorsí nationality and can
get ANY BRAND and
ANY ITEM in a day
Please fill out the following
form to make a special order request.
THE TRUTH ABOUT PRICES.
look at the above example which is a
Sale for this frame:
list price on these frames is $160. List price means what we pay for them from PRADA. This is the price that the
factory sells it to us for.
We mark up the item anywhere from $20-$30 and sell it for the listed price of
$189.99 as we include FREE SHIPPING.
We donít pay any rent and we donít have any
overhead costs so we are able to sell them as cheap as possible
Now letís take an example of a
department store selling these same exact frames.
MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) for these frames is $329.63. Prada is basically telling the stores to sell
at these prices. That means they bought
it for $160 and now you are going to pay $330 ?? Thatís over 100%
overpayment. They do this because they need to pay for
staff, rent, utilities and expenses that
shops are nothing more than a rip-off . Never shop with a store for the same item
that you can buy online for Ĺ price.
Thatís like buying 2 pairs of sunglasses for the price of 1.
hope you learned a valuable lesson about shopping online for sunglasses.
BUY FROM RETAIL SHOPS!!!
ALWAYS BUY FROM
Tips on Finding the Right Pair of Designer
Finding just the right pair
is not easy. There are thousands of brands, styles
and colors to choose from online or in your local sunglasses
retail store. You want a style that looks great, offers maximum protection for
your eyes, and sunglasses that are going to last. Here are some great tips on
finding the sunglasses that are right for you.
Shop Online for Sunglasses
Probably the best place to find a vast selection of sunglasses is on the Web.
There are retailers online that offer every brand of sunglasses you can imagine
- Maui Jim Sunglasses, Prada Sunglasses, Oakley
Sunglasses, Ray Ban Sunglasses, Bvlgari Sunglasses, Dior Sunglasses and more!
Some of these retailers also offer related items such as goggles or watches. So,
you can do all your shopping in one place, and never have to leave your home!
Finding a Style that Suits You
Every person's facial shape is unique. Designer Sunglasses that look great on
one person will look "not so great" on another. That's why it is important to
search for Designer Sunglasses that look great on you. Don't choose sunglasses
just because someone you know has a pair. Make sure you choose a style that
looks great with your skin tone, shape of face, nose shape, and hair.
Tip: If you have a long, slender nose and chin, then small, round
sunglasses with a thin frame would look better than large, thick glasses. The
opposite is true if you have a round-shaped face and a very small nose.
A Variety of Colors
Sunglasses come in a variety of colors, from pink and orange to green and
purple. Choose a color that goes well with your hair and skin color. If you
enjoy matching your sunglasses with your outfits, choose several pair in
different colors for a variety.
Sunglasses with UV Protection
UV protection (ultraviolet ray protection) is important if you plan to be
outdoors any length of time. Your eyes are very sensitive to the rays of the sun
whether you realize it or not. Without UV protection, your eyes are exposed to
harmful ultraviolet rays that could do permanent damage to your retina.
There are many types of
Designer Sunglasses available online in different styles and colors that offer
100% UV protection. Though these may cost more than your average discount store
sunglasses, they are going to protect your eyes, which are irreplaceable at any
price! Also, sunglasses with UV protection are usually made to last, so you're
getting two fabulous benefits in one.
The great thing about shopping online for items like sunglasses, watches and
goggles is you get to pick and choose from many brand names such as Maui Jim
Sunglasses, Oakley Sunglasses, Ray Ban Sunglasses and
Prada Sunglasses, and from all sorts of styles and colors to fit your needs.
And, you can take time in the privacy of your home to shop around until you find
the perfect sunglasses.