Review // Maui Jim Sunglasses

So you may think that Christmas is a weird time to be thinking about buying sunglasses but as the sun is low and quite bright it’s actually the perfect time for me. I am not often without my sunnies as my eyes seem to be more sun sensitive after having the children. I was looking for something a bit more substantial and classy this time when buying sunglasses and I found Maui Jim.

After years of buying cheap sunglasses in case the kids break them it was definitely time for a treat! I wanted something fun, stylish but also with great UV protection. Their rectangle range is great for those of us that want something that is more classic in the frame. I love tortoiseshell patterned glasses rather than a standard block colour. The print isn’t too loud but it goes withs everything!

The glasses filtered enough of the brightness of the day without losing colour which can sometimes happen with other sunglasses. The colour of the glass is really lovely and gives a nice glow when viewing through them.

‘Inspired by the beauty and culture of Maui, our mission is to spread aloha through vivid colour clarity and detail. ‘

I loved that they have got a nose pad as we all know that wearing glasses all day can start to make the bridge of your nose feel a bit odd. The comfort strip means you don’t have to worry about this and you barely realise the nose plate at all.

I also thought that the sprung arms of the glasses were a fab idea. We all know a pinching pair of glasses is no fun on pressure points but by adding this in any face shape will find them comfortable to wear all day long and all night for that extra celeb look!

I would totally recommend these sunglasses and if you’re heading to sunnier climate this winter or just want to treat a loved one to something rather special this Christmas then you can’t go wrong with Maui Jim. These sunglasses are chic, stylish and rather beautiful!

RRP is £195.


1 Comment

  1. December 7, 2017 / 2:18 pm

    Oh I love Maui Jim! They used to do some fab flexible frames. Are they polarised?

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