If you were wondering what it would be like to wear a pair of sunglasses on a Saturday night at a party, now is the time to ask.
The idea of wearing the same pair of glasses on multiple occasions has become a trend in recent years, with many companies offering sunglasses that are a little different, like the “Fringe” series.
According to the website of the company that made the product, it is designed to look different on different occasions, including a wedding, a birthday, a business meeting, a bar or at a nightclub.
In the end, what makes the “fringe” sunglasses different?
The company behind the “fashion” sunglasses says it is “an experiment in combining vintage-inspired sunglasses with modern technology and an emphasis on quality and durability.”
According to their website, the lenses are made from “a proprietary blend of high-quality glass” that have a “very high refractive index.”
The lenses have a soft feel, and have a hard surface that helps them to keep their shape.
The lenses are also designed to provide a natural contrast between the light and dark.
However, the company does admit that the glasses are a bit too soft, and says they are designed to be worn at night.
The glasses are currently available for purchase on the company’s website, but will be offered to the public in stores starting August 10.
The “Fracture” series of sunglasses is one of the most popular products from the company, and it is the reason why the “Rise of the Fringe” is such a popular trend.
The brand was launched by a group of entrepreneurs in 2008, who hoped to capitalize on the popularity of the brand by making a new line of glasses that are more suitable for the dark days of the year.
The company said that they started the company because they wanted to “help the people that want to wear glasses that will make them look their best”.
The company has been able to sell the sunglasses through their website and have sold over 1.8 million pairs since it started.
The sunglasses are now also being offered in the fashion and fitness sections of Target, Walmart, Target.com, and online retailers like Amazon.com.