Miami, FL, June 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Fashion and industry analysts predict a boom in sales of designer sunglasses in 2009 and beyond. While the recession may prevent a person who cares about style from buying a new racing bike or a new leather handbag, a great pair of affordable sunglasses
from a name brand manufacturer is in reach for just about everyone. Few things give a person a rush of confidence like putting on a pair of Arnette Accelerators or Dior Night 3s.
And with some styles of sunglasses, there is a real sense of timelessness, of investment in something that will last and look great for years. The Ray Ban Wayfarer is an example. Perhaps the only thing that can top a new pair of Wayfarers style-wise is a genuine vintage pair of the same style.
The classic sunglasses styles made from high-end materials are the foundations of many current trends. Styles that have always indicated a level of classiness without screaming logos have been given a modern twist. While many of the 70s designs had a “don’t touch me” attitude with their ultra dark and mirrored lenses, soft gradients are very popular now. And increasingly, men make up a growing segment of buyers of high-end sunglasses. Brands like Bolle, Arnette, and Spy are made for durability and long wear, and look right on the ball field or driving to the office.
ShadesDaddy.com brings in the newest designer sunglasses and offers 30% to 50% off retail prices. There is no denying how popular designer sunglasses are. After all, they’re accessories that look great, and there’s a legitimate use for them – keeping harmful ultraviolet rays out of your eyes. Their mission at ShadesDaddy.com is to quickly and easily connect their customers with the best sunglasses at a great price.