Sunglasses as a fashion accessory are indispensable and there’s only word to describe them- cool.
Sunglasses are not only a style statement, there are medical benefits associated with them too. So the question now is what kind of sunglasses you should go for; the ones you can buy off the shelf at the local supermarket or the ones that are certified, though a little more expensive? Consider some reasons as to why quality is better than cheap.
There are several brands available in the market; Oakley, Ray Ban and designer brands like Dior and Chanel, the list is extensive. So what sets them apart from cheap sunglasses? For one, the workmanship and the quality of the materials used in the frames is much superior. Quality sunglasses may look delicate, but they are sturdier than your average local market sunglasses. The screws won’t come off easily, so no broken or wonky arms. Good quality sunglasses will endure wear and tear – you will be surprised at how much they can resist! Also the lens won’t come off from the frames at inopportune or random moments.
The lens is where the price can really vary. Its worth paying for UV rays blocking, polarizing sunglasses that are also scratch proof. You can either buy a good pair of Ray Bans or Oakleys that you can wear all the time, or you can buy ten pairs of cheap sunglasses for the same amount of money. The latter will last you an average of a few months. Good sunglasses can last you for years if you take care of them properly. When you buy a cheap pair of sunglasses you lose all the benefits that come with a quality pair.