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Sunny Days with Margaritaville Sunnies

@ Big Sur
 I was recently asked to review sunglasses from Margaritaville Eyewear  and  I thought a drive up the coast would be perfect to test them out.  If you've ever been through Big Sur, you know one minute there can be fog and the next it's sunny and bright.  SUPER BRIGHT~!
@ Big Sur with my niece Mia and my sunnies!
 It was a glorious sunny day and I was thrilled with my sunnies.  These are the Hemisphere design and unlike many other aviators I've tried, I did not look like I had come from an episode of CHiPs.  They were the perfect size for my face and most importantly my eyes felt very protected thanks to the 100% UV protection.
@Pebble Beach
 Even if you don't live in sunny California, sunglasses are a must.  I remember living in Indiana during grad school and being nearly blinded by the glare off the snow, wish I had these then too.  I also liked that the glasses came with :
  • SunGrip silicon nose pads
  • SunGrip rubber temple tip inserts
  • Integrated Margaritaville® Leash System  I could see this coming in handy when on a boat or when carrying all my gear to the beach.  Nothing is worse than losing a great pair of glasses.  And I definitely don't want to lose these.

@Bixby Bridge in Big Sur
The nice people from Margaritaville sent me the Hemisphere polarized glasses in the gold brown/grey green colors, but they have many other colors to choose from, so if you are in the market for a new pair, check these out

3 comments

Beach Coast Style said...

You look fabulous Laura and your niece is so pretty! what gorgeous photos!

Ms. Givens said...

I am bad I dont wear sunglasses much. I dont have contacts and cant see without my glasses. I got some expensive prescription sunglasses and lost them. :(
Wish I knew what I wanted for dinner.

O D Y S S E Y said...

first, you look super cool in them! i can tell the quality is excellent.
and second, i'm wondering about the leash thingy- is that like croakies? (a must for us when we were sailing around the islands.)
your niece is lovely!