Mom Always Finds Out received a pair of Guideline Eyegear sunglasses for women for review purposes. All opinions expressed are my own.
Chic pink drift pattern sunglasses from Guideline Eyegear are a great Valentine’s Day gift idea!
I think it’s important to wear eye protection year-round. I keep at least one pair of sunglasses in my vehicle, another pair in my husband’s vehicle, and a spare pair in my purse. If it’s bright outside, I don’t want to be caught without my sunglasses. My rule for sunglasses is that they must have polarized lenses. I won’t even buy a pair of non-polarized sunglasses, no matter how cute I think the frames look on me.
Polarized sunglasses have several advantages. The polarized lenses block glare so I don’t squint when I try to see things. They also prevent eyestrain that can lead to headaches and eye fatigue. If you’re into water sports like boating and fishing, polarized lenses reduce water glare so you can actually see into the water.
I love adding to my sunglasses collection. I recently got The Vista from Guideline Eyegear. I’m very into girly colors, so the new pink drift pattern was a perfect fit for me. The pink Vista sunglasses come with a smaller frame than the collection’s current offerings, so they make a nice fit for women’s faces.
The muted pink is a very grown-up color – these aren’t little-girl-pink-bubblegum colored glasses. These are the first brown-tinted lenses I have owned, and I like them. They let me see colors accurately and are great for daytime into late afternoon/early evening wear.
The Vista offers UV A and B protection. The Vista is also constructed from eco-friendly Grilamid BTR, and features locking hinges to allow for maximum coverage. All Guideline Eyegears sunglasses are perfect for active lifestyles. I have been able to wear The Vista style for hours without any discomfort. Overall, a nice, durable pair of polarized sunglasses at an affordable price point.
WHERE TO BUY:
Shop Guideline Eyegear collection for men and women online at GLPolarized.com.
Do you wear sunglasses? What do you think of polarized sunglasses?
— Nicole (@momfindsout) February 4, 2014