I sometimes wonder if I have a mild case of OCD. I don’t have too many routines, but I do get some mild anxiety if I leave behind three items as I start my journeys for the day: chapstick, my water bottle and sunglasses. Now chapstick and a water bottle- normal right? You want to keep your lips moisturized and your body hydrated (especially if you’re running around as much as I am!). But sunglasses, sunglasses are my “thing.” Even on slighty gloomy days here in lovely Los Angeles, I need my shades. But, I’m picky, they can’t just be any shades…they have to be quality, fun and yes, they gotta look good.
A few weeks ago, I got the spring itch. I was DONE with my wardrobe being dark and dreary and wanted to prettify my wardrobe. I did that by adding 3 easy pieces to my life. A new handbag, a light jacket in a hue of green and Paul Frank Sunglasses.
It’s fitting that this style is called “Far Away and Lost in Joy” because that is what I felt like. While the glasses kept the dark lenses that is a must for shades to keep my eyes from being squinty, they had more of a slate coloring and a gorgeous blue backing that gave it a fresh look. I was totally happy with my pop of color, but also the fact that they were stylish and durable. I tend to put my sunglasses through the ringer…I have a daughter that likes fashion too, and she likes to run off with these, so they have taken a beating and keep on kicking.
They also came with this super cute carrying case. It’s lightweight, protective and fits easily into handbags or glove compartments to insure your hot shades stay intact while you aren’t wearing them.
The best part about my new shades? I look good. And really… that’s all that matters right?
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