S P O T L I G H T | Ray-Ban Wayfarer RB2140 902 50 from Shade Station

21 October, 2013

Ray-Ban Wayfarer RB2140 902 50*: c/o Shade Station

The classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses have become an iconic piece, alike to the Burberry trench coat or Apple iPod. It is a design that has been around for decades and will stay firmly around for many more decades to come. I was thrilled when sunglasses retailer Shade Station asked me whether I wanted to review a pair of their sunglasses. I already own a black pair of newer style Ray-Ban Wayfarers but my heart has always been set on the RB2140 classic, retro shape that have a slightly larger lens. Even though the black model is the classic go-to pair of sunglasses, as I already own a pair of black Ray-Bans I decided to opt for this wonderful tortoise-shell colour. I'm ever so glad I did because I love the way the browns illuminate in the sunlight.

Shade Station were really efficient with the speediest delivery I think I may have ever encountered. The Wayfarer shape is sturdy and will most certainly be long-lasting. If you're looking into a long-term investment pair of sunglasses, I really recommend the Ray-Ban Wayfarers. After all, they've been favoured by many icons over the decades including Debbie Harry, Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson himself.


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