So what are the easiest eyeglasses trends to follow this season and on into fall?”The mirrored lens is one of the most popular trends we’re seeing on the streets this summer,” Marie Stipancik, eyewear designer at Clearly, says.”Mirrors in every colour and every frame shape it’s a super easy way to update your look without deviating too far out of your comfort zone.” Stipancik recommends rose gold lenses for an understated take on the trend, or bold green, blue or purple for those looking to make more of a style statement.Prefer to play with shapes instead of colour? Consider going back in time for a look that’s oh so right now.”Opt for a retro square style, an oversized aviator with amber lenses or if you’re really bold, try a small round shape in a warm tortoiseshell, which feeds into the ’70s vibe,” she says.And it appears as though the retro inspired shades will carry through to fall, too Stipancik says “’70s inspired eyewear is a good way to ensure your look stays current into the cooler months.”From flash framed sunnies to more simply stylish frames, here are a few of the hottest ways to keep that pesky sun outta your eyes.STYLE CIRCLEWith an oversized shape and circle frames, these Elodie sunglasses from Bailey Nelson are complete ’70s inspired contemporary cool with just a touch of quirky.Bailey Nelson $145ALL CLEARSteer clear of any sunglasses faux pas with these chic clear shades from Banana Republic. Dubbed Margaux, these sunnies get extra style points for skipping traditional black lenses in favour of a more stylish smoked shade.Banana Republic $98Go classic flash with a pair of timeless Ray Ban 58mm Aviators. But the exaggerated cat eye silhouette is sure to be a sartorial gift that keeps giving for seasons to come.Holt Renfrew $375IN BLOOMWhat’s better than a bouquet of fresh flowers? Floral printed shades that won’t wilt in the heat.
In these conditions diseases such as typhus, cholera and dysentery spread quickly. As a result, the death rate among wounded soldiers was very high. Most soldiers died from infections and disease. He’s never been in a courtroom. (The movie never explains why, or what he’s been doing). He’s not sure of the rules of evidence.
I’m fortunate enough that I have my bankaccount so when he says “can I bum a 20 of ya sis?” All I say is “sorry bro, saving for college and all I have is my bank card.” I’d never tell him the code and when he gets mad, yeah he may slam doors and blast music, but in the end, his 18 year old sister has a job, is well off, going to school for nursing, and he’s still in the basement, with no highschool diploma, no job, smoking pot and stealing. You have to realise, he has no future, but you do. He’s your UNexample of how to grow up.