May 09, 2017

10 Cool Sunglasses to Take with You on Your Summer Travels

Pick which eyewear to rock with this summer!
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Sunglasses may be a luxury to some, but it should be on top of your must-haves list this summer. Although it is usually considered just as a fashion accessory, sunglasses aren’t just meant to make you look chic in a matter of seconds; it also protects your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays.

This summer, with the sun blazing in its full glory, why not pick up some sunglasses that will not only protect you from going blind, but also complete your summer OOTD?! Check our list of cool sunglasses for your summer travels below and make them work.


Sunnies Studios


sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Kinga (PhP499)


For the minimalist at heart, get Sunnies Studios’ Kinga to complete your laid-back outfit. The simple skinny metal rims will make it a perfect pair for any outfit. They come in multiple colors and in men’s and women’s versions, too.

Where to buy: Sunnies Studios website and all Sunnies Studios stores


Fly Shades



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Paia (PhP370)


Feeling hipster this summer? Try Fly Shades’ Paia from their summer collection. The wooden half-rim gives it a unique vibe that will make you stand out from your friends. The square spectacles also make it a great look for round-shaped faces.

Where to buy: All Fly Shades stores


Ikonic Sunglasses



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Clip-on Wayfarer Sunglasses (PhP590)


If you have a bad sight and are not a fan of contact lenses, chances are you hate sunglasses too. But that’s about to change with Ikonic Sunglasses’ Clip-on Wayfarer Sunglasses. You can wear the clear glasses whenever you want to and just literally clip on the sunglasses if you’re heading out.

Where to buy: SEWN, G/F Shoppesville Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, and Ikonic Sunglasses’ website


H&M

sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Aviator Sunglasses (PhP350)


Classics aviators will never go out of style and these H&M Aviator sunglasses are the perfect example. The rims are all metal and the black lenses will suit any place that you’re going, may it be a day in the office or at the beach. Plus, if your face is heart-shaped, this is perfect for you!

Where to buy: All H&M stores




Mango



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Contrasting Sunglasses (PhP995)


Add some color and fun in your wardrobe with Mango’s Contrasting Sunglasses. Instead of the usual black lenses, this pair of sunglasses has purple ones that will instantly make you look chic. Don’t worry because they will still protect you from UV rays despite being light-colored.

Where to buy: All Mango stores


Eye Know Right



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

The Bastard in Ice-Cold (PhP500)


Yes, summer in the Philippines may be fiery hot, but you could still look ice-cold with Eye Know Right’s The Bastard in Ice-Cold. This pair of aviator glasses will look good with any outfit, but the gold rims and the punch of royal blue on the lenses will still make you a stand out. The Bastard also comes in different colors so you’ll have plenty to choose from. You’ll be channeling your inner Tom Cruise a la Top Gun in no time.

Where to buy: Eye Know Right website and Zalora.com


Sunski Sunglasses


sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Dipseas Tortoise (PhP3,000)


If you want something rare and unique, well your wishes will come true with the Australian brand Sunski Sunglasses. Although they are yet to be big in the country, their cool designs are already slowly making waves in the social media. Their Dipseas Tortoise sunglasses are highly polarized to give you the best optics and are scratchproof. Plus, their frames are lightweight and flexible giving you maximum comfort.

Where to buy: Sunski Philippines Facebook page and Ava.ph




Tarsier PH



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Aguinaldo Sunglass (PhP3,000)


Give your country some love and buy local. Don’t worry, local doesn’t always mean low quality anymore. Tarsier PH’s Aguinaldo sunglasses are sturdy, stylish, and of great quality. The lenses are polarized and will protect you to up to UV400. The frames may be made of wood but they are of good quality and are water-resistant!

Where to buy: Tarsier website and J & S Surf Shop, Guijo St., San Antonio Village, Makati City


Fièvre



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Hugo wood (PhP350)


Half-rim glasses are all the rage right now and you can still join the band wagon with Fièvre’s Hugo wood sunglasses. It comes in brown and purple lenses and will make a cute couple’s sunglasses for you and your loved one. Their collection is really affordable too, so you can purchase more than one pair!

Where to buy: Fièvre website and Facebook page


Joystyx

sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Clark Sunnies (PhP349)


Fashion can still be affordable with Joystyx’s Clark Sunnies. The matte black rims give it a subtle vibe perfect for the beach or even a day at the mall. The lenses on the other hand are blue green on the outside but black on the inside so your vision won’t be skewed.

Where to buy: Zalora.com


QUICK TIP!

Some of you might be scared of choosing the right sunglasses for you, so to make it easier just follow the golden rule: your face shape should be opposite of your sunglasses.

If you have a round-shaped face, go for square or rectangular ones. If you have a square-shaped face, opt for rounded one to soften your features. If you have a heart-shaped face, because your jaw is narrow, pick a pair of sunglasses that is wider on the top that at the bottom, like aviators. And lastly, if you have an oval-shaped face, well consider yourself blessed because any pair will work for you!


Prices may change without prior notice.


Also Read...

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

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May 09, 2017

10 Cool Sunglasses to Take with You on Your Summer Travels

Pick which eyewear to rock with this summer!

Sunglasses may be a luxury to some, but it should be on top of your must-haves list this summer. Although it is usually considered just as a fashion accessory, sunglasses aren’t just meant to make you look chic in a matter of seconds; it also protects your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays.

This summer, with the sun blazing in its full glory, why not pick up some sunglasses that will not only protect you from going blind, but also complete your summer OOTD?! Check our list of cool sunglasses for your summer travels below and make them work.


Sunnies Studios


sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Kinga (PhP499)


For the minimalist at heart, get Sunnies Studios’ Kinga to complete your laid-back outfit. The simple skinny metal rims will make it a perfect pair for any outfit. They come in multiple colors and in men’s and women’s versions, too.

Where to buy: Sunnies Studios website and all Sunnies Studios stores


Fly Shades



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Paia (PhP370)


Feeling hipster this summer? Try Fly Shades’ Paia from their summer collection. The wooden half-rim gives it a unique vibe that will make you stand out from your friends. The square spectacles also make it a great look for round-shaped faces.

Where to buy: All Fly Shades stores


Ikonic Sunglasses



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Clip-on Wayfarer Sunglasses (PhP590)


If you have a bad sight and are not a fan of contact lenses, chances are you hate sunglasses too. But that’s about to change with Ikonic Sunglasses’ Clip-on Wayfarer Sunglasses. You can wear the clear glasses whenever you want to and just literally clip on the sunglasses if you’re heading out.

Where to buy: SEWN, G/F Shoppesville Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, and Ikonic Sunglasses’ website


H&M

sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Aviator Sunglasses (PhP350)


Classics aviators will never go out of style and these H&M Aviator sunglasses are the perfect example. The rims are all metal and the black lenses will suit any place that you’re going, may it be a day in the office or at the beach. Plus, if your face is heart-shaped, this is perfect for you!

Where to buy: All H&M stores




Mango



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Contrasting Sunglasses (PhP995)


Add some color and fun in your wardrobe with Mango’s Contrasting Sunglasses. Instead of the usual black lenses, this pair of sunglasses has purple ones that will instantly make you look chic. Don’t worry because they will still protect you from UV rays despite being light-colored.

Where to buy: All Mango stores


Eye Know Right



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

The Bastard in Ice-Cold (PhP500)


Yes, summer in the Philippines may be fiery hot, but you could still look ice-cold with Eye Know Right’s The Bastard in Ice-Cold. This pair of aviator glasses will look good with any outfit, but the gold rims and the punch of royal blue on the lenses will still make you a stand out. The Bastard also comes in different colors so you’ll have plenty to choose from. You’ll be channeling your inner Tom Cruise a la Top Gun in no time.

Where to buy: Eye Know Right website and Zalora.com


Sunski Sunglasses


sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Dipseas Tortoise (PhP3,000)


If you want something rare and unique, well your wishes will come true with the Australian brand Sunski Sunglasses. Although they are yet to be big in the country, their cool designs are already slowly making waves in the social media. Their Dipseas Tortoise sunglasses are highly polarized to give you the best optics and are scratchproof. Plus, their frames are lightweight and flexible giving you maximum comfort.

Where to buy: Sunski Philippines Facebook page and Ava.ph




Tarsier PH



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Aguinaldo Sunglass (PhP3,000)


Give your country some love and buy local. Don’t worry, local doesn’t always mean low quality anymore. Tarsier PH’s Aguinaldo sunglasses are sturdy, stylish, and of great quality. The lenses are polarized and will protect you to up to UV400. The frames may be made of wood but they are of good quality and are water-resistant!

Where to buy: Tarsier website and J & S Surf Shop, Guijo St., San Antonio Village, Makati City


Fièvre



sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Hugo wood (PhP350)


Half-rim glasses are all the rage right now and you can still join the band wagon with Fièvre’s Hugo wood sunglasses. It comes in brown and purple lenses and will make a cute couple’s sunglasses for you and your loved one. Their collection is really affordable too, so you can purchase more than one pair!

Where to buy: Fièvre website and Facebook page


Joystyx

sunglasses brands for travel Metro Manila

Clark Sunnies (PhP349)


Fashion can still be affordable with Joystyx’s Clark Sunnies. The matte black rims give it a subtle vibe perfect for the beach or even a day at the mall. The lenses on the other hand are blue green on the outside but black on the inside so your vision won’t be skewed.

Where to buy: Zalora.com


QUICK TIP!

Some of you might be scared of choosing the right sunglasses for you, so to make it easier just follow the golden rule: your face shape should be opposite of your sunglasses.

If you have a round-shaped face, go for square or rectangular ones. If you have a square-shaped face, opt for rounded one to soften your features. If you have a heart-shaped face, because your jaw is narrow, pick a pair of sunglasses that is wider on the top that at the bottom, like aviators. And lastly, if you have an oval-shaped face, well consider yourself blessed because any pair will work for you!


Prices may change without prior notice.


Also Read...

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Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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