Saturday, October 11, 2014

Sunnies with Style

If there is anything we need to wear this summer, it's those flip flops, top tanks, floral dresses, sheer skirts and most of all sunglasses. 

And, if there is one thing that we need to protect our precious, lovely skin, it's that pair of sunglasses or shades that we need to wear, specially this very hot yet sizzling summer season in the Philippines. What are sunglasses or shades? 

According to Wikipedia, sunglasses or spelled as sun glasses are a form of protective eyewear design primarily to prevent bright sunlight and high-energy visible light.In the early 20th century, they are called sun cheaters (cheaters being an American slang for glasses).In fashion however, sunglaases are not only worn during sunny day. I wear sunglasses even on the evening, specially when attending fashion show (like Anna Wintour of American Vogue). 

For me sunglasses are not only fashion accessories, they complete an entire outfit specially if you are wearing the latest spring or summer line. For some, shades are a form of reflection of aura or a mystifying accessory that seeks to define who they are. For some even, they can't leave home without wearing a pair of Oakley, Gucci, Ray-ban or Persol. Did you know that shades can conceal your inner being or your personal aura for the day? And, did you know that shades or sunglasses are the most common terms to refer these accessories, but they can also be called glares, glints, sun spectacles, spekkies, sunglass, sun-shades, glecks and my most favourite, smoked spectacles and solar shields, sounds like a machine or equipment to cover you from the sun? LOL!

The sunnies, which I call the product I am about to introduce, comes from Australian, South African, UK and New Zealand slang word to refer to the same shades or sunglasses we call them. In Southern India, they even call it, cooling glasses! Sounds like something you use in the kitchen. In the fashion industry, the sunglasses is the most sought after accessory especially during summer. There are great brands: Oakley, Ray-Ban, Kaenon Polarized, Costa Del Mar, Persol and Maui Jim, but again, why do I have to buy these expensive sunnies when I can purchase the coolest, hippest accessory in the market today.

Introducing summer sunnies from Blings & Jewel, which is your friend, ally and a perfect boyfriend this summer season. Enjoy the heat with this durable, elegantly designed and stylish sunnies only from the leader in accessories: Blings & Jewel: the fashion house that brought you the abaca bag as well as the unique bangles and exquisite necklaces. They come in various designs: cat like, loop, round type, prints and even pastel colors, so you can really choose something that fits your personality. 
Look at how I wore those sunnies by Blings & Jewel. With a long sleeves white button-down shirt, gray trousers and black oxford shoes,those sunnies really rocked! Since, it was so hot outside, I was able to comfortably face the sun because of this fabulous shades. What's more, those shades fit right perfectly to your face so if you opt to buy one, make sure you know the shape of your face so that those sunnies will work for your style, and not against you. There's a plus: they are very affordable so you will not worry emptying your pocket for a pair of shades. Since, Blings & Jewel gives you the most stylish accessories you can find, you can catch them at the HeatWave Summer Bazaar at the World Trade Center, this coming April 19-21, 2013 at the World Trade Center. 

Here is a photo of the gorgeous Dianne Rebancos Senires at her booth in the very successful Shoppers Spot Bazaar at Greenbelt. You can visit her booth and go crazy over these sunnies...Do you want to know what other styles Blings & Jewel is offering? You can check the fabulous pieces below. Which one do YOU LIKE? At only P350.00, what more could you ask for? You get comfort, style and protection all in one! 

Round Eyewear only at P 350.00

Round Cats' eye Brown Frame at P 350.00

Semi Cat's Eye Sunnies at P 350.00

Ladies, what are you waiting for? If you want to order, contact Ms. Dianne Senires at 0917-819-5095 now!

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