Stepping out in Delhi during the summers mean to carry a truckload of things with you. Water? Check. Sunscreen? Check. Sunglasses? Hang on and read.
Sunglasses are an accessory that never go out of fashion. You can sport them whenever you go out on streets without giving it a second thought. Also, they can be a style statement and make you look chic and fashionable. You don’t always have to hit high-end showrooms to get yourself a pair of sunglasses. You can find some statement shades at the stalls set up by street vendors in local markets. Even spectacles can be used to amp up your look if chosen wisely. You can now choose from a wide range of frames for your glasses that will not only help you see clearly but will make you look good as well.
CitySpidey has listed funky pairs of eyewears that you can grab from street vendors to face that sun in style.
Shumaila Khan, a salesperson at Lenskart, Connaught Place, New Delhi told us about their price range and said, "In our store, the frame rate of sunglasses starts with Rs 4,000 and Rs 5,000. The frame rate of power sunglasses begins with Rs 3,600. The price of the sunglasses will increase depending upon the lens." However, there was also a collection of almost similar sunglasses whose price range started from around Rs 1,299. There were shades and glasses of all colours, sizes and types. You need to go and get what fits you best.`
Gone are the days of the boring old spectacles that only made you look like a nerd. There is a huge variety of frames available now for you to choose from.
There are metallic frames or steel frames you can get at a price range of Rs 3000 to Rs 4000, as told by Khan. She said, "The price of pro metallic and supreme steel frames can differ however, these two frames are stylish and in trend as people are preferring to buy them."
Shades from streets
You can always ditch the showrooms and go to local vendors to get a pair of sunglasses. You can find different varieties in their collections and the deals are much better than what you’ll get in showrooms. The perk of buying from them is because of the lower prices, you can get multiple pairs of shades without going heavy on your pocket.
This story is a replug on National Eyewear Day