If you are a young professional and you’re earning more than most people your age, you might find yourself buying a lot of luxury goods. Or simply goods that are more expensive than the generic ones. You have bought yourself a great phone, a great laptop, and great shoes. Hmm, what else can you get yourself?
Instead of thinking of another gadget upgrade, think about this: one very good investment is designer shades. There are a lot of brands of expensive designer shades in the market and if you pick the right one for your face, eye health and budget, then they would really go a long way.
First, designer shades are great eye protectors. Guess you need more reminding that the eyes are one of the most important organs in our bodies. You need to protect them from the harsh rays of the sun or from pollution because we use them to see, and we only have one pair in our whole lives. Pick designer shades which provide emphasis on eye protection. Look for the 100% UV Protection claim in the tag and see which category it belongs to. Categories are the levels of eye protection it provides. Basically if it’s at least Category 3, then it provides ample protection. The polarized lenses are great too.
Aside from that, it has good value too. Most of these shades may even be pawned if you are in dire need of money. So pick the one which is made of good material—not to heavy or not too light, fits your face perfectly. This way, you are sure that it will last long and will be worth the money that you spent for it. My best bets of designer shades start from P1450. Surely, that amount of cash would be able to cover some shiny hard plastic. And awesome lenses. Don’t forget to get a durable case too.
Lastly, they’re fashionable too. Designer shades are also great fashion emblems and since you spent for this luxurious piece anyway, it better make you look good. Sometimes even when you’re just wearing a plain tee, jeans and flip flops, when you’ve got designer shades, you can still look like a million dollars. pick the one which will also match the shape of your face.
So get yourself some good stuff and invest in great designer shades. You’ll never regret making this investment. Here are my top picks:
Rayban – You can’t argue with me. They’re classics.
Mango, Aldo and Promod – Very European chic. Love ’em to death.
Esprit – They’re elegant and usually made of light material.
For the record, those brands didn’t pay me a cent to publish them as my top picks in this blog. They just did their jobs well and made me more than happy in my purchases.
Cheers to designer shades, unpaid recommendations…and healthy eyesight! 🙂