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These Sunnies Look Great For The Rainy Season

Because sunglasses aren't only for summer
by Mary Rose A. Hogaza | Jun 30, 2016
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Sunglasses are an obvious choice during bright summer days, but that doesn't mean you have to ditch them now that the rainy season is here. We won't even hold it against you if you like wearing them indoors—there are no rules.

With that said, we'd like to share with you the newest eyewear collection of international fashion brands Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani. Just yesterday, Branded Lifestyle Inc., distributor of global eyewear brands, revealed a few new designs for men at the Dickens Function Room of Discovery Primera. They all look sharp and have the potential to amplify any appearance but these pairs captured our attention the most:

Giorgio Armani's "Roll Temple" Collection

If you don't want to wear aviators or colored lenses during these gloomy days, these specs are a great choice. Their square-shaped frames, abstract prints, and thin temples are classic, stylish, and comfortable. The miniscule Giorgio Armani logo by the temples represents the brand's subtle and refined taste.

Get it for: P12,990

For an injection of color, you can opt for this other design of the roll temple collection. The green-lensed sunglasses are perfect when you wear crisp whites but also work remarkably well with graphic tees.

However, a classic black pair is still the ultimate in versatility.

Get it for: P14,990

Emporio Armani "Catwalk" Collection

This pair features bold round frames and have that sci-fi appeal with its metal circles around the frame. Color choices of gunmetal and gold further reinforce the theme. Paired with a coat and tie or a simple t-shirt and jeans combo, this is the ultimate in emulating a cool, carefree style.

Get it for: P10,990

These sunglasses are now available in the following Eye Society branches: Avant Building in 48 Jupiter St, Bel-Air Makati City, 32nd & 5th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City, and 3/F SM Aura Premier in Taguig City. For more information, visit their website.

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