Temperatures have fallen in recent days and more sober tones take over the productions in time to get dressed. So, nothing better than to illuminate the looks with accessories beyond colorful. A wonderful choice for these days are the sunglasses from http://www.sunglasseswill.com/ with colored lenses, as the Sáfilo group – creator, manufacturer and distributor of Italian quality – who bet on that trend, with touches of modernity in their models.
The options of the Boss Orange sunglasses and Max Mara, for example, bring stems and front with similar colors used in the lenses. This harmony in shades ensures elegance without losing the contemporary air.
Those who seek the most irreverent and modern models of the Group’s portfolio, you can bet on suggestions of Marc Jacobs, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy and Fendi, which bring applications, prints and a variety of frames that are combined to multi colored lenses.
And, if the idea is to acquire a timeless fashion accessory, which in addition to bring more color to the gray days also ensures comfort and practicality to the look, the Hawaiian models, Tommy Hilfiger, Smith and Polaroid are the ideas.
About Sáfilo Group
The Sáfilo Group is the Italian eyeglasses maker and distributor worldwide fully integrated quality and confidence, a leader in the high-range eyewear to the Sun, and for the sport. Inspired by the Design and guided by the mark, the Safilo extraordinary projects translates into excellent products created thanks to a handicraft expertise who was born in 1878. With an extensive global distribution network in 39 countries – North America and Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific and China-the Safilo is involved in the qualitative distribution of its products around the world. Safilo’s portfolio comprises Carrera, Polaroid, Smith, Oxydo, Safilo, Dior, Dior Homme, Fendi, Givenchy, havaianas, Banana Republic, Bobbi Brown, BOSS, BOSS Orange, Celine, Elie Saab, Fossil, Jack Spade, Jimmy Choo, Juicy Couture, kate spade new york, Liz Claiborne, Marc Jacobs, Max Mara, Max & co., Pierre Cardin, Saks Fifth Avenue, Swatch and Tommy Hilfiger. Listed on the Italian Stock Exchange (ISIN code IT0004604762, Bloomberg SFL. IM, Reuters SFLG. MI), in 2015 the Safilo had net revenues of 1.279 billion Euros.