The results are in! And these are the TOP SELLERS sunnies and eyeglasses on our Holiday Sales. So if you are not done with your gift list, for your loved ones and for yourself, there is still time to enjoy our entire discounted only store, with options from $45.
Below are the models our friends and customer showed most love for:
From Our Friends At Who What Wear
“Every vacation shopping list should consist of a few crucial items: a super-flattering bikini; cute, comfy sandals; and, most importantly, sunglasses. First and foremost, the simple accessory is practical, but it’s also key for mastering summer style. A great pair of sunglasses can make a good outfit great (and take an #ootd shot up a notch too). But what are the best sunglasses for your face shape? We’ve got the answer.
We’re proponents of the idea that the “right” shades are ones that add an instant boost of confidence. But there are certain styles that are ideal for different face shapes. Whether your face is round-, oval-, square-, or heart-shaped, we’re breaking down the sunglasses best suited to your face shape. Factors like size, shape, and roundness are major keys to remember, so make sure to read up! Read on to see each style and to shop your favorite picks.”
IF YOUR FACE IS HEART SHAPED >> WEAR GLASSES THAT ARE WIDER ON TOP
IF YOUR FACE IS OVAL SHAPED >> WEAR GLASSES THAT HAVE OVERSIZED ROUND FRAMES
IF YOUR FACE IS ROUND SHAPED >> WEAR GLASSES THAT HAVE RECTANGULAR OR ANGULAR FRAMES
IF YOUR FACE IS SQUARE SHAPED >> WEAR GLASSES THAT HAVE SOFT LINES OR RIMLESS FRAMES
See full article here.
At Kilometre Zero of Bolivia, located in La Paz, Murillo is a plaza and political center. Considered the historical heart of the country, surrounded by buildings that have marked history, where the government palace with its typical colors and also the metropolitan center lined with marble are located. A place highly frequented by travelers and locals. Breathing history and seeing new places is always good for the soul.
That’s the inspiration for our own #MURILLO – available at our Holiday Gift Sale. Enjoy 😉
Miami arrived on the art scene in 2002 when Art Basel, the world’s premier contemporary art fair decided to expand its venue. Miami was then selected as a location that would attract North and Latin American participants. By then, contemporary art found a home, and soon after, so did street art: Wynwood Art District
Once a neighborhood of empty warehouses, Wynwood is now known for its colorful murals. Every weekend, thousands of people flock to the area to enjoy the gallery exhibits, street musicians, and Miami’s famous food trucks.
Pics by Jo Ann Mayer