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The Anon Playdate Sunglasses' straight-from-a-centerfold look does the trick when you're trying to get the attention of the guy at the other side of the club. Thanks to their large Jackie O style and fade tint, the Anon Playdate Sunglasses can't be ignored. Thick temples and stainless steel hinges also add plenty of durability, so these shades won't get crushed if things get physical. Fall 2007.

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4 5

Anon quality

These fit differently than some of my other Anons, but I like them. They sit ever so lightly on my cheeks and are more concave. The coverage is amazing and the lenses are plenty dark for bright Florida days. I have a larger face and they're comfortable, they don't press on the temples. They're very sturdy, the Anon logo on the side looks great, I love the case, and right now, the price can't be beat.

4 5

Jackie O for Gen X

When you're looking for a bit of bling, but don't want diamonds on your face, reach for these. I got these in the tortoise for a slightly more versatile every day super model look. The touch of gold on the hinges gives these babies a dressed up appeal, while the tortoise can be worn with just about anything from your fav tshirt and jeans to your slinky little black dress. The only drawback is that if you smile too big, your cheeks will touch the bottom of the lenses. They are large frames for a small face.

But big is in, so go for it!