Stylish Summer Sunglasses That Don’t Cost an Entire Paycheck

first_imgLet’s face it, sunglasses are the mother of all graveyard accessories. Whether drunkenly left at a bar, snatched by an ocean wave or smashed by haphazardness, the number of sunglasses we’ve loved and lost throughout the years has hit a depressing number. What makes it worse? When you drop $300 on a pair of shades doomed by default. So make this the summer you don’t deeply regret forgetting them on the hotel lobby front desk upon checking out (because vacation ending is sad enough). Here are eight stylish pairs of sunglasses that cost less than $100.Eyefly Mulholland DriveOlive green is effortlessly cool. Get them with polarized lenses for 50 bucks more. $94, EyeflyASOS ClubmasterChannel your inner club kid with mirror blue lenses and a cool, retro design. $20.36, ASOSQuay Eyewear FlowonThis Australian eyewear brand has tons of amazing styles to choose from, but we love the Euro sensibility of the Flowon. $39.95, Quay EyewearAJ Morgan Astro SunglassesSmall but mighty, these round frames look as smart as they are with a UV protection factor of 400. $20, In God We TrustGap Americana SunglassesA huge trend for summer, flying the flag isn’t just for July 4th anymore. $9.95, GapLove Through Design x Inkheart Candy Full Frame WayfarersArist Felix Green teamed with LTD for this hand-painted, limited edition pair that aids the WWF. $54.46, The CoolsAmerican Eagle Aviator SunglassesFor the classic guy who needs a classic pair, snag these in all five colors. $15.50, American EagleReplay Love Hurts SunglassesThe subtle pattern around these shining gold frames adds a modern touch to the vintage shape. $32, Swell A Brief History of Aviator Sunglasses and Our 5 Favorite Pairs Right Now Editors’ Recommendations The Best New-School Kentucky Distilleries Save Your Eyes from the Scourge of the Screens with the Best Blue-Light-Blocking Glasses for Men 10 Classic Vodka Cocktail Recipes You Can Mix at Home The 5 Best Margarita Mixes to Stock Up On Right Nowlast_img read more

Sumanthiran withdraws case on 65000 prefabricated steel houses

President’s Counsel Sanjeewa Jayawardena appeared for Arcellor Mittal Construction France company. (Colombo Gazette) A fundamental rights petition filed by Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Parliamentarian M A Sumanthiran seeking an Interim Order preventing any steps being taken by Minister D.M. Swaminathan with regard to entering into a contract with a French construction company to construct 65,000 of prefabricated steel houses in the North and Eastern Provinces has been withdrawn at the Supreme Court, the Ministry of Prisons Reforms and Rehabilitation said.The Ministry said Sumanthiran decided to withdraw his petition while it was being heard before a Supreme Court three-judge-bench comprising Justice Sisira de Abrew, Justice Anil Gooneratne and Justice Vijith Malalgoda. The petitioners stated that there are irregularities in the tender process awarding the contract to construct houses for the war affected to the French company. He further said that there is lack of durability of the said prefabricated steel houses and environmental unsuitability of the said prefabricated houses. The petitioner further alleged that the respondents are not employing local labour in the implementation of the project to construct the said prefabricated houses.“I am further aware that the District Co-ordinating committees of the Jaffna and Kilinochchi Districts of which I am a member also passed unanimous decision on or around September 27, 2016 rejecting the said prefabricated steel houses,” the petitioner added. In his petition, MP Sumanthiran cited D.M. Swaminathan the Minister of Prison Reforms, Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Hindu Religious Affairs, Arcellor Mittal Construction France and the Attorney General as respondents. President’s Counsel Upul Jayasuriya with Counsel Kalana Jayasuriya appearing for Minister D.M. Swaminathan raised objections informing court that the petitioner is challenging a decision taken by the Cabinet to construct houses in the Northern Province. read more