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Marc by Marc Jacobs Sunglasses- Always in Vogue

19th October 2011
Evoking your interest instantly with its fantastic style and design, Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses are one of a kind. These fashion sunglasses are unique, sophisticated, and are crafted with utmost finesse. The collection of Marc by Marc Jacobs eyewear b... Read >
Author: bestbuysunglasses

Silhouette Eyeglasses – A Review

31st January 2011
Established in the year 1964, Silhouette Eyeglasses has always been a favorite of people’s. Made from high-quality materials, Silhouette frames are suitable for prescription lenses of all types. The fact that Silhouette Eyeglasses have won the trust of NA... Read >
Author: bestbuysunglasses

Get Your Ray Ban Club Master Sunglasses

04th October 2010
Ray Ban Sunglasses have a magical way of surviving fashion storms ever since they came into being in the early 1930s. Ray ban Club master sunglasses are among the most far-famed types of Ray ban designs. Perhaps, you remember the iconic portrait of Malcol... Read >
Author: lynsey20

Methods of removing eyeglass lens scratches

19th May 2010
One of the common problems associated with eyeglass lenses is scratching. It is quite bothering when some scratches occur in the central part of the lenses. This kind of scratches will create visual problems while some other scratches out of the sight are... Read >
Author: homas Carter

Marc Jacobs Sunglasses- The Numero Uno brand in fashion eyewear

31st March 2010
Sunglasses have been popular fashion accessories, dating as long back as the 1940s. The right choice of sunglasses can transform an appearance to look chic, sophisticated, mystical or stylish. But sunglasses extend beyond just being a fashion statement: t... Read >
Author: Stuart Wallace

Glasses Lens Thickness Tips - How to Reduce Lens Thickness For Prescription Eyeglasses

02nd March 2010
Whether you are near or farsighted, there are options available to help reduce the thickness of your lenses. First, you should consider using a higher index lens material to help reduce size. Different materials have varying index levels, and since the le... Read >
Author: Robert Bell
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