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With hinges along the sides and bridge, these shades are the ultimate grab-and-go accessory. Available in both black and tortoiseshell, they feature a timeless silhouette that will flatter any face, and a handy storage case to keep them safe when not in use.
This was a very poor quality pair of sunglasses, that also didn't fit. Sending a pair of sunglasses in a subscription box is a bad idea considering how many different shapes and sizes people need. They are also very flimsy and look bad when they're on. I would have never spent a dollar on these sunglasses if I had a choice.1
These are actually a great idea, but could use a bit of improvement. The case and concept is awesome but the the noise piece is a bit weird and they look better in a women. I would have also preferred the black.4
Not a bad concept, but these are not my style. The best part might be the case...3
Shape of the sunglasses look terrible with the shape of my face. The lenses aren't dark enough to block light and also make my eyes look strange. I'll stick with my $10 wayfarers.1
These didn't make me overly excited when I saw them in the box, and I wondered how flimsy they would be. The connector across the bridge of your nose is awfully weak and is the first part to bend when you aren't touching the sunglasses.3
The quality is just okay, but that is to be expected at this price point. However, the glasses themselves are somewhat large, so they will not be flattering on smaller faces.3
the concept behind these sunglasses is quite a good one, also the case is a nice touch, but the quality does not seem like they will last very long also, i have the brown color and they seem a tad big and slightly girly. They also maybe a little bit small fitting for some but I don't have this problem.3
I love the box with magnetic clasp. Sadly, though, my sunglasses were missing the screw that holds the side to the lenses. Even worse was that my own repair kit's screws didn't fit. Bah!2
Well, they fold up pretty slim... But that's about the only positive thing I can say. The lenses are a bit too big and cartoony for me, and the frame looks like walmart quality plastic. Pass.2
These were handy to keep in the car for when I needed them. I wear glasses and these were easy to throw over my specs instead of fishing out my prescription shades when I was driving. They worked fine until one of the ear pieces snapped off.3