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"The chrome and blue is aimed mainly at dogs who are driven around by their owners in an open-top Jaguar or something similar," he said.
(even with a leap of faith and an open top Jag, boynton could never be tempted to fork out $$$ for such shades for her pampered pack while she sports sunnies that set her back a cool $4.99.)
I was quite happy with a pair of sunnies which I knew were daggy but were utterly unloseable (certainly no chance of them ever being nicked). Then the daughter arrived this past weekend from Syddie for a week's visit with grand daughter (aka "The Princess of Balmain").
I now have new sunnies which are not an embarrassment to daughter, but which I know I will lose within a week.
I have lost so many sunnies that neither Lady Bracknell's "misfortune" nor "carelessness" goes anywhere near covering the situation.
Posted by Sedgwick at November 12, 2003 07:09 PM
Me too. I've lost countless pairs of good ones, indifferent ones, retro wonders, one-offs, retro wobblies (arms repaired to sit at 90 degree angles or one-armed walking wounded) and generic anti-cancer sun-smart models with side triangles etc. All gone with the handbag. So I'm quite happy with my $5 pair - ('costume rayban' variety)- which of course have been quite unloseable. But alas I have recently been told that they may look a tad unstylish - so who knows.
Back to the op-shop for me quick 'smart'.
Posted by boynton at November 12, 2003 07:23 PM
I AM THE STYLE GOD. FOLLOW MY PATH.
Get very short sighted. Then get photochromic lenses. Hey, bwana, hitech...
Posted by David Tiley at November 12, 2003 09:08 PM
the path to the salvos is littered with broken sunglasses, bwana.
Posted by boynton at November 13, 2003 11:27 AM
oh and I think I am getting more and more short-sighted every bloggin' day, so photochromic style may not be too far away.
Posted by boynton at November 13, 2003 01:52 PM