The Tiny Sunglasses Trend
Marc Gordon - June 15, 2018

Happiest Days

By Edward H. Donnelly

I said to the little children,
"You are living your happiest days,"
And their bright eyes opened wider In innocent amaze.
For their happiness was so perfect,
They did not know it then;
"Oh, no," they said, "there'll be happier days
When we are women and men."

I said to the youth and maiden,
"You are living your happiest days,"
And into their sparkling eyes there crept
A dreamy, far-off gaze;
And their hands sought one another,
And their cheeks flushed rosy red;
" Oh, no," they said, " there'll be happier days
For us when we are wed."

I said to the man and woman,
"You are living your happiest days,"
As they laughingly watched together
Their baby's cunning ways.
"These days are days of labor.
They can hardly be our best;
There'll be happier days when the children are grown,
And we have earned our rest."

I said to the aged couple,
"You are living your happiest days,"
Your children do you honor,
You have won success and praise.
" With a peaceful look they answered,
"God is good to us, that's true: But we think there are happier days for us
In the life we're going to."

The recent trend of the ’90s inspired tiny microshades are sure cool and are super in (if you haven’t yet heard).   Popular celebs such as Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner are wearing them, but were still not sure how or why it happened.

These tiny sunglasses come in a wide variety of shapes and colors, from oval, circle, cat eye and rectangle.  But regardless of how you feel about them, if you hate them, or love them, they are seen everywhere and anywhere this summer.

Some people wear them to look like a Matrix character, other than Rihanna of course.  Others such as Anne Hathaway and Mindy Kaling have decided to make fun of the trend through social media, and they’ve stirred up quite the controversy.

Yet the glasses are still selling as though they were free. Although they are far from free, being sold for hundreds of dollars from high-end shops and designers (they are also sold for 10 bucks on Amazon).

This raises the important question – are they even functional? Since you know, the ultimate purpose of sunglasses is to protect our eyes from UV rays.  And as it turns out? Sunglasses with lenses that are an entire %75 smaller than the regular ones won’t really protect your eyes. Yikes.


 Well, they do say looking good comes at a high price..

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