Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Dita Eyewear the Hottest Sunglasses Brand in the U.S. Now?


Thanks to celebrities, miscreants and magazines, some brands get launched quickly, and make a big name for themselves, instead of having to slave and toil like the rest of us peasants. Right now perhaps the hottest sunglasses for fabulously rich women in the U.S. are Dita. They were launched in 1996 and have grown steadily since. Just last year the Dita Vintage line was released, but can already be found on the face on some of the most famous and infamous people walking the red carpets. Take a look at some select choices from their current line:

From what I’ve read and heard, Dita was assisted by Vogue USA with its launch, being splattered all over the pages the industry’s leading fashion magazine. With help like that, it is easy to see that they’ve done well. It doesn’t hurt also that celebrities such as Will Smith, Lindsay Lohan and Nichol Richie are covering their mugs daily with their Dita eyewear.

If you want to get a pair of your own you are going to have to part with at least $150, so they are not for the financially bashful. At this point you would still be at the front of the bandwagon, so there is still time.


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5 Responses to “Dita Eyewear the Hottest Sunglasses Brand in the U.S. Now?”

thebeatgoesonblog said...
July 2, 2008 at 4:09 PM

Hey Sunglasses guy,

I just wanted to say thanks for your comment about my post "I'm In the Market For Some Sunglasses". Your comment was marked as spam (I don't know why) and I just found it today and un-marked it. You comment was very informative and I will definitely check out the Dita and the YSL shades.

Thanks again and have a nice evening.


KiKi said...
July 3, 2008 at 5:27 AM

sure I'd love to exchange links


atelier said...
July 3, 2008 at 1:56 PM

That glasses look so cool


Supercalifashionista said...
July 4, 2008 at 6:25 AM

I love Dita, they're mildly affordable, yet adorable!


Sunglasses Guy said...
July 4, 2008 at 6:59 AM

"Mildy affordable" is a good way to put it. They are still a lot cheaper than Dior, Prada, etc., so in that way they are not so bad.


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