Thursday, November 14, 2013

Sunnies for Every Occasion from

Disclaimer: This is a guest post by GlassesOnline.

In sunny Malaysia where it’s summer all year round, it’s always best never to leave home without a pair of sunglasses. With 2014 (and Visit Malaysia Year 2014) upon us, here are some of the upcoming events that Malaysians should look forward to – and the right pair of shades that fit each occasion. Get the shades you need at low prices, delivered to your doorstep at

[29-30 March 2014 | Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix  Aviator Sunglasses]

For those of us with a need for speed, the Malaysian Grand Prix is back to thrill. Happening in March 2014, keep cool on the tracks with a pair of aviators, which we love how they look on Mrs Beckham.

 [27-30 March 2014 | Malaysia International Shoe Festival  Cat Eye Sunglasses]
Cat eye sunglasses never fail to add a touch of feminine charm to a lady’s look. These sassy shades were made popular in the 1950s and 1960s by notable female icons like Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor. And on top of that, a lady can never have too many shoes. Get your fill of footwear and fashion at this showcase this March in Kuala Lumpur while looking every inch a lady. We like how Cara Delevigne pulls them off here.

[November 2014 | Monsoon Cup: Single lens sunglasses]

Keep the sea breeze in your hair and keep out the glare with a pair of single lens shades. An event that brings together the top players in the international sailing arena in the state of Terengganu in November 2014, look every inch as cool as 2012 Monsoon Cup champion American professional Taylor Canfield as you sail the high seas.

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Hope you'll find this post useful (:
Till then,



Charmaine Pua Li Ping said...

I think I have oval face... can't really be sure though, need some expert to help verify XD

Smallnhot Sarah said...

Very informative ! It helps me, a square face person to understand better.. haha

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