Picking the Perfect Sunglasses

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Updated: 6/20/2012 5:11 pm Published: 6/19/2012 2:10 pm

When picking out a pair of sunglasses, there are some guidelines to follow to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. Gary Black, owner of Black Optical says there are three questions you should ask yourself: "Where do you plan to wear your sunglasses?, how would you like them to feel? & what do you want them to look like?" Once you've answered these questions look for more personal style than anything else. "I feel sunglasses are more about personal style, & personal style knows no boundaries. But, there are 2 rules that cant be ignored. The bridge & temple fits have to be proportionate & color needs to complement skin & hair tones. Other than that, the shape & size should be a reflection of your personality," Black said. 

Sunglasses featured are by Ray Ban, Oliver Peoples, Anne et Valentin,
Mykita, Kaenon, Barton Perreira, Garrett Leight & Tom Ford. Priced between $145-515.

Black Optical offers complimentary cleaning on all sunglasses. When cleaning yourself, always rinse the lenses first with cleaner made for anti-reflective lenses of fresh water & a lens cloth.

About Black Optical:

The 4th Friday of each month Black Optical along with Dr. Blane
Snodgrass volunteers at Day Center for the Homeless. Giving exams & fitting those in need. Most of the time we donate our own frames, but Black Optical is always expect donations of recycled & gently used frames. If you have older pairs laying around, please don’t hesitate to drop off at either Black Optical location.

Black Optical in Tulsa, OK Center 1 – 35th & Peoria
Curve 58th & Classen

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