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Review: Céline Trapeze Bag
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Review on Céline’s Trapeze Bag as seen with Sooyoung.

Many of Céline’s bags have long been overshadowed by the infamous ‘Luggage‘ tote. For those who want a ‘rarer’ and more exclusive bag yet still very practical, read on as Céline’s Trapeze might just be the bag for you.

The bag comes in either full leather or half canvas, half leather, or pony hair. Most usually opt for the bag to be in a mixture of both leathers, myself included, simply because it makes it somewhat lighter. The middle part of the bag where the flap is,  is usually in leather and the winged sides, which arguably Céline made famous, is in canvas. The bag also comes in a huge range of colour combinations. You can get in a solid one colour or you can have it bi-coloured or tri-coloured. My Trapeze is tri-coloured in burgundy, maroon, and in a light brownish grey. The bag comes in either silver hardware like Sooyoung’s, or gold hardware.

Made in Italy, the bag is very spacious, one of the most spacious bags I own. There is a long zip which stretches on until one of the winged sides when you open the bag. A flap in the inside of the bag which has two pockets, a narrow, vertical pocket and right next to it, a wider horizontal pocket sits nicely. At the bag of the back sits a zipped compartment. One of the best features featured in this particular bag is the removable shoulder strap. This allows the bag to be either a tote bag or a shoulder bag, courtesy of the removable strap!

Personally, I like to use this bag in areas where pick pocketing is very common. This is one of the ‘safest’ bags I own simply because it takes quite a bit of effort to open the bag. First, you have to flip the clasp down, twist the buckle horizontally to the correct side, and the bag finally opens! This feature of the bag has both its pros and cons as some might find it quite a bit of hassle. In my opinion, the bag is considerably light as compared to my Hermès bags. However, wearing the bag on the crook of my arm does ache after a while and also gives me red marks.

To be honest, I don’t quite remember how much I bought the bag for but a little bit of researching tells me I would have bought it for around $2600 in Fall 2013. As usual, Céline has marked up their prices now and as of May 2014, the Trapeze bag starts at $2950. The bag is quite expensive however I do prefer the Trapeze as compared to other similar priced bags like Saint Laurent’s Sac Du Jour Tote.

Rating: 4.5/5

Unfortunately, Céline does not sell it’s products online yet. Head on over to the official website to see the colours they offer for the Trapeze this season.

Review: Chloé Marcie Medium Satchel
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A review on Chloé’s Marcie Medium Satchel as seen with Sooyoung.

“I want another one of these in another colour.” 

After a full inspection of my Monday morning package that was all I had to say. From the first time I laid eyes on the Marcie I knew I had to have one and of course with the sale season in full swing I managed to nab this beauty with 30% off. Two of the main features that drew me to the Marcie for me were the: supple grained calfskin leather and sophisticated satchel design thus making it one of my favourite go-to bags.

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Material:

The Marcie is not a heavy bag and the colours that Chloé offer are easy to pair with many outfits. Though a relatively new bag to my collection, I have used the Marcie quite a lot since I purchased it last month and so far the leather has shown no wear yet. Made in Italy, the feel of the leather is quite soft almost like the feel of butter yet durable. Even though the colour (I purchased – Red) is one that can easily stain, none of my clothes (in particular my jeans) have rubbed off on the bag nor has it darkened.

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Details and Design:

The images can only show so much but I was extremely impressed with the workmanship put into the bag through the raised stitch accents, wrapped handles, gold hardware and the concealed closures. When actually handling the bag, you can really appreciate these details and understand the pricing behind the Marcie (or in my case justify why I spent so much on a bag).

Admittedly the bag was bigger than I expected but to serve everyday purposes it fit the bill. As measured the bag’s dimensions are approx.11.50″ height x 14.25″ width x 4.25″ depth, and easily fits my phone, sunglasses, keys, water bottle, iPad, wallet, make-up and notepad. It won’t fit a laptop so you would have to get the Marcie Large for that. The interior contains a patch pocket which easily holds your phone and a zip welt pocket to hold any small nicknacks you don’t want to lose. 

The bag has 2 handles, the leather wrapped carry handle and the shoulder strap. The shoulder strap fortunately is detachable so if you want to use the bag as a tote you can remove the straps. What I also really like about the bag design and shoulder strap is that you can carry the bag on the side as well as a cross-body bag. When using the carry handle, I find that it sits quite comfortably on my wrist and my inner elbow and won’t dig in harshly into my skin as other bags do.

Consensus: 

The bag truly is a fine example of good craftsmanship and quality. It is a beautiful bag that offers the perfect size and finishing touch to almost any everyday casual outfit. It is highly likely that I will purchase another one of these in another colour (perhaps Sooyoung’s lovely tan one) however the price is quite bothersome. Weighing it against other bags that are around the same price, personally I would prefer to buy other bags such as Saint Laurent’s Duffle 6 Bag than Chloé’s Marcie. My advice get it on sale or at a discount.

Rating: 4.5/5

You can purchase Sooyoung’s Chloé Marcie bag from here.

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Review: Crumpler Messenger Bag
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Review on Crumpler’s Messenger Bag as seen with Jessica.

A very popular brand in South East Asia and Australia, Crumpler first started as a brand solely dedicated to messenger bags. However, they are now also known for their laptop carriers and camera bags. I will be doing a review on their classic and iconic messenger bag.

The messenger bag comes in different colour combinations and sizes. I have the biggest sized one and it is very spacious. Even if you have a small one, the bag can still fit plenty of stuff. This makes it a perfect choice for students, myself included. Once you tend to put a lot of items in, the bag does becomes slightly bulky. The bag weighs in at 0.9kg (1.96lb) with nothing in it, for the large sized. Like all other shoulder bags, it does hurt your shoulders after awhile. However, there is an adjustable and removable shoulder pad, which is rather comfortable. In addition, the length of the strap can be adjusted to fit your height.

The bag fits my 15″ MacBook Pro perfectly, still with plenty of room. However, the bag does not have a specific compartment for the computer itself. The bag has plenty of compartments for other essentials though. It features two small pockets in each side of the bag, a zipped compartment in the middle front, and a velcro compartment right behind the zipped compartment.

This messenger bag is a very ‘safe’ one as well. One of the most important features of this bag is the safety reflective strip at the bottom of the bag. This is a feature especially important for bikers. It has two closure straps which can prevent pick-pockets from stealing things too quickly. The bag also has two velcro seals for when you open the bag. This then makes quite a bit of noise. Regardless, the velcro might be rather annoying to some, but it does help in preventing and helping one be aware of pick pockets.

The quality of this bag is superb. The bag can be used for heavy duty activities which is probably why it does not get worn out easily. I have many Crumpler messenger bags (more than 5), and I can assure you, they will last you for a very, very long time.

Some might abominate this specific bag, but pair it up correctly with the right clothes, and no one will ever call you out for being embarrassing. Personally, I find the bag slightly tough and manly, but I still use it nonetheless. The colours that come with the bag are catered towards the men and not the ladies. I have not seen many women carrying the bag, but it is and it can be unisex despite it. In my opinion, the bag is not particularly expensive. It is a very casual bag which can be used for school, everyday use, whatever! It does last you a lifetime and is definitely worth the money.

Rating: 4/5

Although the bag is sold out for now, check out the different colour combinations of the bag here.

Review: Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Shoe
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Review on Onitsuka Tiger’s Mexico 66 Shoes as seen on Tiffany.

Onitsuka Tiger, under the famous Japanese athletic equipment company Asics, is one of the oldest shoe brands in Japan. It’s classic and most famous line is Mexico 66, in which I will be doing a review on.

The Mexico 66 line was created in 1966 and became popular because an extensive number of athletes wore them during the 1968 Olympics. The Mexico 66 line features a range of combinations from materials to colours to choose from. You can have your shoe in full leather, suede, or only the top part in suede. You can also choose from the large variety of colours they offer – it would be difficult to find a colour you don’t like.

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The first thing I look for whenever I buy shoes are it’s comfiness. No one wants blisters or painful feet right? I tend to walk a lot during vacations and I always wear Onitsuka Tiger’s Mexico 66 line. They are extremely comfortable and I can walk around in them for ages without getting foot sores or anything of that sort.

Second to priority after comfiness is stylishness. As a person who regards fashion quite highly, I definitely pay attention to style. These shoes are very stylish yet casual at the same time. They can match with almost anything, making it very versatile. As mentioned previously, an assortment of colours is offered, so you can buy whichever colour that will suit your tastes and style.

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Another thing I really like about these shoes is that they are unisex! Both men and women can wear them. If you are a couple, you might want to think about getting couple shoes! The shoes also do not get worn out easily, I have 5 pairs and none of them have worn out yet. Just note that if you do choose to buy the white ones, it will get dirty quickly.

The price for these shoes starts from £60 and may go up depending on the type of materials the shoe is made of. In my opinion, from the materials they use, the shoes aren’t that expensive. The shoes do go on sale, and when they are, they are half price so it is a good bargain.

Try to avoid using these shoes for sports which involve lots of jumping. The cushion of the shoes are not thick enough, so when you jump and land, it hurts the sole of your feet. The little flap at the back of the shoe serves as a trademark for Onitsuka Tiger and if it fold into the shoe, it might cause slight annoyance. The sizes run true, so if you are buying them online, buying your regular size would suffice.

Rating: 4.5/5

Other than that, I have no dissatisfactions with these shoes. Take a look at the different designs here and choose one you fancy! You can buy them here.

Review: Hermès Birkin, Kelly and Twilly
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Review on the Hermès Birkin, Kelly, and Twilly as seen with Jessica.

If you are a haute couture fan, then you would have definitely heard of this brand at least once. If not, I am doubting your credibility. Hermès has long been known for their quality and craftsmanship, which is why their goods are so sought after everywhere around the world. I will be reviewing two of Hermès’s most famous and most popular bags, the Birkin and the Kelly, as well as the Twilly, which essentially is a small scarf, but we’ll get to that later. If you want to buy your first Birkin or your first Kelly, there a few things which need to be explained first.

1. Both bags come in an array of sizes; (which is determined by their width) The smaller sizes are the hardest to come across. My advise is to buy the sizes which will suit your body frame. If you are a petite, go for a smaller size although it may be a little harder to find. Here’s a tip; you can usually find the smaller sized bags in Asia.

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25cm Birkin in Gold, Togo Leather, Gold Hardware | 30cm Birkin in Black, Togo Leather, Palladium Hardware

Birkin:

25cm (rare)

30cm (popular)

35cm (popular)

40cm

45cm (usually used for traveling)

50cm (usually used for traveling)

55cm (usually used for traveling)

Kelly:

15cm (very rare)

20cm (very rare)

25cm (rare)

28cm

32cm (popular)

35cm (popular)

40cm (usually used for traveling)

50cm (usually used for traveling)

2. Both come in an array of colours. Hermès has seasonal colours as well as classic colours. It is definitely much easier to get classic colours because, well, they’re classic, and they’re there forever. Some classic colours include ‘Noir’ (black), ‘Gold,’ ‘Etoupe’ (grey), ‘Rouge H’ (red), the famous ‘Hermès’ orange, and more.  On the other hand, it may be a little difficult to get either bags in seasonal colours, because they only come out during specific seasons. Unless you are a regular at Hermès, you probably will not get either of these two highly coveted bags in seasonal colours however if you’re lucky, you might just be able to score something. Here is a list of Hermès colours.

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3. Both bags also come in a variety of materials which includes leather, canvas, and exotic skins (crocodile, alligator, ostrich, lizard). The most popular choice of material would be leather so I will do a run down of the most popular leathers found in Kellys and Birkins.

Togo Leather:

This leather is from baby calf. It is heavy and soft, although not as soft as the Clemence leather. One of the pros of this leather is that it is scratch proof, which makes it a very popular choice. One of the most prominent features of the Togo leather would be it’s “veins” which you can clearly notice if you pry in close enough.

Clemence Leather:

This is also a heavy leather and is also quite soft, as mentioned above. Due to it’s softness, it is prone to slouching, although it doesn’t slouch as much as the Swift leather. It is somewhat scratch proof however if there are any scratches on the bags, it can be “refurbished to almost as good as new.”

Boxcalf Leather:

This is calf leather. It is not a new leather as it has been around ever since Hermès started making handbags. It is not scratch proof, although the scratches will slowly blend into the leather. The leather has a glossy finish which makes it look shiny.

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32cm Kelly Retourné in Feu, Clemence Leather, Palladium Hardware | 32cm Kelly Retourné in Rouge Casaque, Clemence Leather, Gold Hardware 

4. Some colours have contrast stitching. When the bag is made, stitching will definitely be involved because the bag itself is entirely handmade. If you realise, some colours that Hermès produce have contrast stitching. The contrast stitching is usually in white, unless you ask for a specific colour of stitching. This makes the bag more eye catching and ‘pop.’  Contrast stitching is not ultra rare, however it is sought after. Colours which have contrast stitching include ‘Gold,’ ‘Blue Jean,’ ‘Etoupe,’ and others.

5. Both bags come with different types of hardware. The most popular would be the palladium hardware and gold hardware. You usually won’t get to pick your choice of hardware because it is already extremely difficult to get the bag, so my advice is, grab whatever is there, no matter the hardware.

6. If you look close enough, you will find a small imprint of a letter inside a geometrical shape in your bag. For bags made between the years 1997 to present, the letters are encased in a square. For bags made between the years 1971 – 1996, the letters are encased in a circle. This letter represents the year the bag was made. For example, if the bag was made in 2014, the stamp would be R. If the bag was made in 2013, the stamp would be Q, and so on.

Now that we’ve got the basics down, let’s move on to the bags.

The great thing about both these bags is that both males and females can carry these bags. I have seen plenty of males carry these two bags, and it looks equally as great on them. The men tend to carry the larger sizes of  the bags.

The Birkin bag features a zip pocket at the inner back of the bag. This can be used for more personal items. The bag also has a wider pocket along the inner front of the bag. Other than that, there aren’t any pockets elsewhere. The Kelly bag has similar features to the Birkin. At the inner back of the bag, there is a zip pocket, alike to the Birkin. Along the inner front of the bag, there are two pockets. The Birkin has two handles whereas the Kelly features only one handle along with a removable strap. Personally, I prefer the Kelly to the Birkin. You can carry the Kelly as a shoulder bag or just on your arms. However, you are not able to carry the Birkin as a shoulder bag, which in my opinion isn’t all that great, considering the weight of these bags. But really, it’s all about personal preference.

There are two types of Kellys, known as “Retourné” or “Sellier.” The Retourné has a softer look to it whereas the Sellier has a firmer look to it. The edges of “Sellier” are much sharper which gives off a more rigid look to the bag. It is definitely much harder to get a Sellier Kelly because it’s much harder to make as compared to the Retourné Kelly. The photo below shows a comparison of the two different types of Kellys. The one on the left is a Sellier and the one on the right is a Retourné.

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Image Credit: ThePurseForum

Both the bags come with a ‘clochette.’ This ‘clochette’ is basically a lock (which comes with a key) and a keychain which you can hang onto your bag. Make sure to tie the keychain tightly as it is a bit loose and if you’re not careful, you might drop it. Both bags also come with “raincoats” which, basically is to protect your bag from the rain.

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The ‘clochette’ is the bottom left picture.

Disadvantages:

One of the most irritating points about both of these bags are their weights. Even before you put anything inside, it weighs like a rock. A typical 30cm Birkin will weigh approximately 1.2-1.4kg (2.6lbs-3lbs) already. I don’t know about you guys but in my opinion, it’s pretty heavy.

An Hermès review wouldn’t be complete without talking about the price. Similar to Chanel, Hermès increases their prices for most of their goods annually, and no doubt, the Birkin and Kelly are included in the price increase. I could spend millions of Hermès bags and not feel bad. Why? It’s because of the quality and their value. An Hermès bag will still be valuable if it is well kept and as the years go by, it will be considered vintage. If you don’t like it, sell it! There will always be someone willing to buy your Birkin or your Kelly, I guarantee. I usually say this in most of my reviews but really, the Birkin and the Kelly are definitely worth the investments. If you asked me to choose a bag I would invest in, I would choose both these bags in a heartbeat! There is no specific price I can give you because it all depends on the material of the bag, the hardware of the bag, the size of the bag and everything else. As of April 2014, it starts at $9000 for the Kelly, size 28 and $10,900 for the Birkin, size 30.

Twilly:

People who carry Hermès bags tend to spice up the bag up with accessories. Our resident fashionista Jessica has done the same with her Kelly. She used what is basically a small scarf, known as a “Twilly,” also from Hermès, to decorate her handles. This is a very popular style of spicing up one’s Kelly or Birkin. It is 100% silk and is made in France. If you tend to have sweaty palms, it is a good idea to tie a Twilly around the handles so that the sweat does not rub onto the leather.

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The Twilly doesn’t necessarily have to be used for the handles of the bags. It is so versatile, it can be used for almost anything. You can use it as a bracelet, as a headband, as a scarf, as a tie, as a hairband, whatever! Another great thing about the Twilly is that it comes in so many different patterns and colours, it’d be difficult to find someone who has the same Twilly as you, which makes it all the more unique!

Be warned though! If you leave your Twilly tied for too long, it will get creases and become wrinkly. If it does happen to get wrinkled, you can iron it, but I suggest sending it to Hermès to iron it for you. On the Twilly you will notice an Hermès label stitched onto it. This label will eventually come off so be careful!

I can only wish you luck in finding your dream Hermès bag!

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Review: MCM Stark Backpack
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A review on MCM’s Stark Backpack as seen with Yoona.

A favorite among Korean celebrities (Rain, EXO, BEAST, etc), MCM has been making huge splashes into the Asian mainstream market as it has been seen more often with Easterners as compared to Westerners. One of the most sought after pieces from MCM would without a doubt be the MCM ‘Stark’ backpack and to no one’s surprise, one of our girls was spotted with one!

The Stark backpack comes in four sizes; mini, small, medium, and large. The size dimensions will vary depending on the type of backpack you buy. In addition to its various sizes, the Stark backpack comes in a diverse set of styles. This can include the amount of studs on the backpack, the arrangement of the studs, the arrangement of the zippers, and so on. Although the studs may intimidate some people, it does add some bling to one’s outfit. The backpack also comes in a range of colours, white, pink, black, cognac, blue, you name it!

Before buying a Stark backpack, I would recommend searching online for the style that catches your attention the most. Occasionally, there are some limited edition pieces popping up here and there. My backpack is a limited edition piece which is only available in the United Arab Emirates. Also before buying the backpack, think about what you might be using it for. I bought the medium size, hoping it would be able to fit most of my school books but that wasn’t the case. Most of the time, it was too small and I had to carry my books in my arms just because it did not fit into the bag. I simply did not like the large size because I am a petite, and the large size looked oversized on me and it was quite overwhelming. I would recommend trying on all the sizes to see which one would fit you best before buying it.

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The bag features a single top handle and has adjustable shoulder straps to suit your preferences. It also contains two zips for the main compartment. The medium sized backpack comes with two pockets inside the bag, a narrow pocket and a wider pocket next to it. This can be used to put your phone, keys, etc. The back part inside the bag also has a discreet zipper which can be used for more personal items. It contains a laptop compartment at the back as well, but my 15″ Macbook Pro would never fit in there. However, if you have a small laptop, it might just fit! The bag also has a bigger outside pocket which does come in handy. The bag features two side pockets as well which can fit water bottles or anything else, you decide. One pet peeve I have with the side pockets is that it doesn’t fit my SIGG bottle. For those of you who have SIGG bottles, you would know that these bottles are solid hard and they don’t “crush” like plastic bottles. I literally have to squeeze and push to get my water bottle into the side pockets and it still doesn’t budge an inch. It is due to the fact that the canvas doesn’t stretch as much which makes it quite reluctant to fit any wide items in there.

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One of the best things about this backpack would be it’s versatility. I have seen men and women both carry it and it looks great on both genders. Anything unisex is simply fantastic! I’ve seen plenty of couples have matching MCM backpacks which is a great sight. I’ve seen girls opt for the mini, small, and medium sizes and I’ve also seen men rock the mini size, believe it or not.

The biggest pet peeve I have with this bag would be it’s weight. The bag is made of coated canvas but before you even put anything in it, it weighs a ton which is quite surprising as it weighs almost as much as leather backpacks. Compare it to a normal backpack and feel the difference. If I do manage to stuff my textbooks in, the weight is simply unbearable and astonishing.  I feel that if I stuff too much things in the backpack, the shoulder straps would not be able to support the weight of it as most of the time, it looks like it’s going to break apart. If you find that your bag has signs of wear and tear, don’t hesitate to take it back to the shop if it’s still under warranty. They’ll fix it for you or replace it with a new one!

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A negative point of this backpack which I think most of you will agree with me on would be the price. I spent approximately $1750 for my limited edition piece which is double the price of the regular medium sized backpack. The regular medium sized backpack is priced at $620. For the craftsmanship and the quality of the bag, it really isxan’t worth it to throw this amount of money for it, in my opinion.

When you’re not using the bag, keep it in an upright position with all the stuffings inside to keep the bag from slouching. You can also keep it in the dust bag which is provided with the backpack when you buy it.

Overall, the bag is great as a fashion statement but not that fantastic for everyday school use. If you’re one for practicality, this bag would definitely not be the one for you.

Rating: 2.9/5

Look through the range of Stark backpacks here and choose your favourite!

Review: Karen Walker Number One Sunglasses
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A review on Karen Walker’s ‘Number One’ sunglasses as seen on Hyoyeon and Yuri.

I love cat-eye sunglasses. The problem? I can’t tell you how hard it is to find one that suits my face. Pushing aside all those rules that cat-eye sunglasses suit heart-shaped faces, oval faces, etc. one of the key elements I found with wearing cat-eye sunglasses 101 is that: your eyebrows must be showing just above the sunglasses. Not all of it, just a bit of it. Really strange prerequisite but trust me it’s one to go by.

Now about these amazing sunglasses. Not too big and not too small, Karen Walker‘s ‘Number One’ sunglasses ended the search for the perfect cat-eye sunglasses and I’ll explain why. It is not your conventional cat-eye sunglasses due to its quirky designed frame but still as stylish and trendy as those glasses that follow along the more traditional route.

The frames are sturdy and you know from holding these sunglasses that they will last you (lest you not step on them) a long time. The frames do not pinch the bridge of the nose, they do not slip and most importantly they are not tight around the temples. However, the first time I wore them I found them slightly heavy on the bridge of my nose, this was probably because I’m used to the more lighter Ray-Ban frames.

All Karen Walker sunglasses have an impressive UV grade and let us remember the purpose of a sunglasses. Many of us see sunglasses as the perfect finishing touch to an outfit that somewhat protects our eyes (nod to sunglasses that have low-none UV protection). But we often forget the primary purpose of a sunglasses. They were created to prevent bright sunlight from damaging and discomforting our eyes (thanks Wikipedia). When putting these sunglasses on, you immediately can “see” and feel that your eyes are protected. The glasses were darker than I was used to however, I knew against the sun glares I often come across when driving they would stand up to the daily annoyance.

The sunglasses come with a box case embellished with the Karen Walker arrow and cleaning cloth. My case was baby blue however I’ve heard that others have received their glasses in a black case. If you have a preference, note this to the retailer.

Now let’s talk about the price. I found that the price for these designer sunglasses were reasonably priced (online) in comparison to other designer sunglasses. If you live in Australia, I highly recommend you save your money and purchase it online (and maybe try the sunglasses in store to see if they suit you). Stepping into David Jones, I was flabbergasted when told that the sunglasses cost $350AUD ($317USD), when they were $240AUD ($217USD) on most online retailers. Talk about highway robbery!

I know I throw this word around a lot in my reviews but these sunglasses are truly an investment, as you really are paying for what you get. Not to mention the fact that the timeless quality of the tortoise detail also makes it really easy to pair with any outfit and event. But of course, before considering to purchase always try the sunglasses on first or ensure that they can be exchanged or refunded in case they do not suit your face.

Rating: 5/5

The Karen Walker ‘Number One’ sunglasses can be purchased from these online retailers here.

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