Sunglasses MEGATHREAD - all sunglass questions here please

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by josepidal, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. stylenoob718

    stylenoob718 Well-Known Member

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    They're a bit small on your face, but they still look pretty okay.

    I agree, they come in different sizes, so just go up in size!
     
  2. Spencer

    Spencer Senior member

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    Anyone have experience with Tom Ford sunglasses, in particualr the Arnaud...?

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  3. Stylin-1

    Stylin-1 Senior member

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    Anyone have experience with Tom Ford sunglasses, in particualr the Arnaud...?

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    I've been considering those recently, as well as the discontinued "Bailey", but cannot find the Bailey in black. Really dig the black frame/brown lens combo. Do you have any pics of people wearing the Arnaud?
     
  4. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    Hi everyone,

    Just wondering what you think of these Ray Ban aviators? Do they suit my face, and if not, what do you recommend instead? Thanks a lot! [​IMG]

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    They look a little small on your face.
     
  5. shansen1111

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    Can anyone identify these glasses?
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    Thanks
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  6. Spencer

    Spencer Senior member

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    I've been considering those recently, as well as the discontinued "Bailey", but cannot find the Bailey in black. Really dig the black frame/brown lens combo. Do you have any pics of people wearing the Arnaud?

    Funny, I was considering the Bailey too (my daughters name[​IMG] ) . Saw the Arnaud and ended up getting it, I can post some pics if you'd like.
     
  7. Stylin-1

    Stylin-1 Senior member

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    Funny, I was considering the Bailey too (my daughters name[​IMG] ) . Saw the Arnaud and ended up getting it, I can post some pics if you'd like.

    That would be great if you can.
     
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    Looking at picking up another pair of sunglasses and was looking at Mosley Tribes but couldn't decide between either the Lyndel or Free City 2. Anyone have any experience with either? Thanks
     
  9. sbwoodside

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    Geeky recommendation for whatever you get, get it polarized. Especially for driving. Light bouncing off the road gets polarized when it's reflected in one direction (horizontally) and the polarized sunglasses cut that part of the light out, eliminating just the glare and leaving all of the other light intact. To give a simple explanation :)

    This also works for light reflected off water. I have a vague memory of it also helping on overcast days but I can't find anything on google about that now. Another amusing effect, any kind of LCD screen like a laptop, cellphone display, LCD TV is already polarized so if you rotate your head 90 degrees you can completely filter out all of the light from it making it look black. And if you see a car with polarized windows you can see some funky rainbow style effects too.

    Usually costs a bit more though.
     
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    Where can I try on the Salt Terry's in the DC/Metro area? Nordstrom was supposed to have them but they carry a limited selection of Salt (Tyson's).
     
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    Not the best picture, but can anyone identify these shades Philip Crangi is wearing?

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  12. dmash

    dmash Senior member

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    Where can I try on the Salt Terry's in the DC/Metro area? Nordstrom was supposed to have them but they carry a limited selection of Salt (Tyson's).

    I just wanted to let you know that my Salt Terry's are AMAZING
     
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    Where can I try on the Salt Terry's in the DC/Metro area? Nordstrom was supposed to have them but they carry a limited selection of Salt (Tyson's).

    Salt's retail locator lists Eye Central of DC, 653 Pennsylvania Avenue SE as a dealer.
     
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    Rayban 4141?
    http://www.framesdirect.com/framesfp...tdqgni/lb.html


    Temple detail is different, the 4141s in your link have 2 dots infront of the Rayban logo. He's probably just wearing regular Wayfarers, he's been in some of the Sartorialist and Non-Sartorialist threads in MC
     

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