Eye candy

Go back to school in cool shades in a kaleidoscope of lens and frame colors

9:50 am | Saturday, June 13th, 2015

Shine in the sun in style all school year.

Reminiscent of nature’s colors, Fly Shades’ aviators and clubmasters feature bright lenses and frames in powdery blue, cool green and soft peach.

And with UV (ultraviolet) protection that can block the sun’s harmful rays with wavelengths of up to 400 nanometers, your eyes get ample coverage.

It’s all about expressing your truly fly self. Choose from plastic and metal frames that come in trendy and vintage-inspired shapes: besides the aviator and clubmaster, there’s the keyhole, wayfarer and retro-square.

For those who need to wear glasses regardless of the weather, the brand includes spectacles with clear lenses to add instant “oomph” to your everyday look.

There’s also a kaleidoscope of lens and frame colors to choose from: The Salvador aviator comes with ombre-effect lenses; the Hoya clubmaster offers gradient flash finishes of blue green and red orange; and the Asti, another aviator, features candy-colored frames with more subtle flash lenses.

Established in 2001, Fly Shades has remained at the top of the practical yet stylish consumers’ list of go-to eyewear brands that won’t break the bank.

Over a decade later, it has 40 branches nationwide.

Like Fly Shades on Facebook and follow @iloveflyshades on Instagram and Twitter.

Tags: Accessories , fashion , sunnies

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