Friday, 23 June 2017

The Ray-Ban Review


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For years now I have one day dreamt of owning a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses and this year that dream finally became a reality. When watchshop.com got in touch to ask if I'd like to receive a pair of Ray-Bans to try out and review, I had to re-read the email a couple of times just to double check that I wasn't imagining it.

So here's what I think of my first pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses, more specifically the RB2448N frames*;

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When it came to what style of frame to go for, I personally didn't see any point in buying a pair of Clubmasters, especially as I've got several High Street versions of the frame in my possession already. I also wanted to steer clear of trend pieces as well. As much as I love the mirrored lens trend, I'm not sure that they really suit me all that well nor will they probably be in fashion years from now. So I went for what I deemed to be a classic silhouette with luxe accents.

I can't believe that I've went this long without a pair of these in my life! Gone are the days of getting my hair caught in of a pair of £2 sunnies from Primark any time that I rest them on my head. I've also not felt the need to buy a few pairs of sunglasses, like I tend to do every Summer from the likes of ASOS, Accessorize and of course, Primark. I honestly feel like between this pair and my trusty London Retro Keaton shades, I'm covered when it comes to sunglasses regardless of the outfit or climate.

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I'm glad that watchshop.com got in touch as I wouldn't have thought of looking there for sunglasses, nonetheless discounted Ray-Bans. You'll also find the likes of Emporio Armani, Calvin Klein, Versace, Nike and Lacoste on their site and they also regularly do great discount codes to knock even more off the already reduced prices.

Do you own a pair of Ray-Bans? If so, what style do you have? If not, what would your dream pair be? And where do you shop for sunglasses?

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