Dolce & Gabbana Sunglasses

Beautiful sunglasses add alluring elements to anyone’s best summer outfit. There’s more than this year’s top fashion to be sure in the design of sunglasses. This country now has sunglass manufacturing standards for the prevention of minimal levels of harmful ultraviolet rays. Other countries have similar rating methods. Standards on some eyewear about impact resistance also exist. There is not a doubt about the hours of engineering required to develop popular summer eyewear.

There’s a genuine homage to the 1950’s sunglasses in Dolce&Gabbana’s current line. Ruby red plastic frames are reminiscent of Marilyn (Monroe not Manson). Rhinestones haven’t had this much of a workout since Liberace died either. Retro has long been a trend with the youth market. The sunglasses lines of D&G as well as many other houses are following this retro trend straight into the mainstream fashion market.

When glitz is not appropriate Dolce&Gabbana sunglasses are still a sound choice. Tried and true styles like aviators and variations on those traditions will be at home at a pool side power lunch. Whether Hollywood or Silicon Valley there is a D&G style that feels right. Visiting a Jackson Pollock exhibit with friends? D&G sunglasses styles will not be outdone by contemporary art.

Eclectic and artistic, D&G clothes and accessories would outshine Dale Chihuly public glass displays. Women who want to look as if they just walked out of the pages of Vogue all know that there is no more modern look than that of D&G. Leave dowdy behind and join the ranks of trendsetters.

The look of D&G sunglasses is one that must be accompanied by the handbags of the same line. Each is a work of art. Nothing bolder exists on the fashion horizon than a crocodile handbag in outrageous colors. Truly no one who carries the bold look of this haute couture imperative should leave home without D&G sunglasses this summer.

Most of the D&G sunglasses can be found in the neighborhood of $200. There are certainly more expensive designer names than the label “DG” on sunglass frame arms. None are as unique as this popular maker. For less flamboyant beauty try style #18913. Four color combinations are available but in beige frame with brown gradient lenses (both “Dolce” and “Gabbana” spelled out in rhinestones); it is surprisingly sophisticated.