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  Top 4 Online Women's Oversized Sunglasses      
 

Sunglasses speak volumes—as celebrities from the past to the present confirm.

Sunglasses this summer are oversized, colorful, and glitzy, with plenty of style to make a big splash when you head out into the sun.

What's Hot: Oversized White Sunglasses

Sleek and sporty, a pair of white shades makes for an unexpectedly chic choice for the beach or shopping on Robertson Boulevard. “White says you’re confident and not afraid to stand out in a crowd,” says Morgenthal Frederics designer Richard Morgenthal. Today’s offerings are oversize, like those worn by style icon Audrey Hepburn in 1967. And don’t feel pressured to retire them in the fall. “Now that fashion has moved away from the ‘no more white after Labor Day’ policy, white accessories go year-round,” says Peggy Fries. The tone also lights up many complexions.


This summer, those in the know say that women will sport oversized, white plastic sunglasses. Want to look as chic as Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton, Nichole Richie this summer in your new sunglasses?

With the paparazzi always flashing, most celebrities don't need the sun as an excuse to wear sunglasses. If you want to feel like a star, check out the oversized sunglasses below:

     
           
 

Women's Embellished Oversized White Sunglasses

Glamorously oversized glasses. Similar to Jessica Simpson's oversized white sunglasses. These sunglasses are marbled beads of turquoise and other colors interplay with tiny rhinestone studs, giving these stylish shades unmistakable glamour. Curved, tinted lenses offer 100% UV protection.

$199.95
$19.95 (sale)

     
           
  Customer Testimonial
"I just wanted to say that the Women's Embellished Oversized White Sunglasses are the cutest shades I have ever bought! They are so in style & for that price who can say no!! They are also very durable. I've dropped them so many times.. & don't even have a scratch! They are perfect!!"
~ Jennifer M, August 15, 2007

     
   
     
 

Women's Embellished Oversized Black Sunglasses

Glamorously oversized glasses. Similar to Jessica Simpson's oversized white sunglasses. These sunglasses are marbled beads of turquoise and other colors interplay with tiny rhinestone studs, giving these stylish shades unmistakable glamour. Curved, tinted lenses offer 100% UV protection.

$199.95
$19.95 (sale)

     
           
 

Women's Embellished Brown Oversized Sunglasses

Glamorously oversized glasses. Similar to Jessica Simpson's oversized white sunglasses. These sunglasses are marbled beads of turquoise and other colors interplay with tiny rhinestone studs, giving these stylish shades unmistakable glamour. Curved, tinted lenses offer 100% UV protection.

$199.95
$19.95 (sale)

     
           
  Sunglasses - The Benefits of Wearing Shades

Sunglasses are popular for comfort and fashion, but now there is medical evidence supporting the use of sunglasses to protect the long-term health of the eyes.

More than a dozen studies have shown that spending hours in the sun without proper eye protection can increase the chances of developing age-related eye diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration. Ophthalmologists now recommend wearing UV-absorbent sunglasses and brimmed hats when in the sun long enough to get a suntan or sunburn.

People mistakenly confuse the ability of sunglasses to block UV light with the color and darkness of the lenses. In truth, UV protection comes from a chemical coating applied to the surface of the lens. Shop for sunglasses that absorb 99 or 100% of all ultraviolet (UV) light. Some lens manufacturers' labels say "UV absorption up to 400 nm." This is the same thing as 100% UV absorption.

In addition to UV light, sunlight also has low levels of infrared rays. Infrared wavelengths are invisible and produce heat. The eye seems to tolerate infrared well. Research has not shown a connection between eye disease and infrared light ray exposure.

Polarized lenses cut reflected glare, like sunlight bouncing off water, pavement, or snow. Sunglasses with polarized lenses are popular and useful for fishing, driving, and skiing. Polarization has nothing to do with UV light absorption, but many polarized lenses are now made with a UV-blocking substance.

Wraparound glasses are shaped to keep light from shining around the frames and into the eyes. Studies have shown that enough UV rays enter around ordinary eyeglass frames to reduce the benefits of protective lenses. Large-framed, close-fitting wraparound sunglasses protect the eyes from all angles. Wraparound sunglasses should be considered by commercial fishermen, mountain climbers, skiers, or anyone who spends time at high altitudes or on the water.

While looking stylish is one reason to wear sunglasses, there are many other benefits as well:

  1. To keep the sun out of your eyes. The lenses should be large enough to actually protect your eyes from the sun.
  2. To cut down on glare. Polarized sunglasses help to cut down on glare and make things much clearer.
  3. To help prevent cataracts. A pair of sunglasses with a high UV protection factor are recommended.
  4. To keep other people from recognizing you. Hollywood stars use sunglasses in this way quite often.
  5. To hide the fact that you`ve been crying. The darker the lenses of your sunglasses, the better for this purpose.
  6. To spice up an outfit. Sunglasses come in many colors and styles so that you can accessorize nicely with any ensemble.
  7. To keep the wind out of your eyes. This is especially helpful while riding a motorcycle.
  8. To protect your eyes while playing sports. Be sure to have sunglasses with impact-resistant lenses.
  9. To accentuate your looks. Your facial shape can drive which shape of sunglasses look best on you.
  10. To look cool! Enough said!
     
           
 
   
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