Women’s Mirrored Aviator Sunglasses & Wholesale Retro Cat Eye Shades Launched

The Red Hot Shades is offering a wide variety of aviator, cat eye and round oversized sunglasses at wholesale prices for the women who want to look and feel their best on a budget.

Burlington, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The Red Hot Shades store has expanded its famous collection of women’s sunglasses with new aviator, cat eye and round oversized shades handpicked to help the ladies start the new year in style.

More information is available at https://redhotshades.com.

The Red Hot Shades is a famous online store where men, women and kids can find elegant, cool and trendy sunglasses from some of the best designers, brands and distributors around the world, at discount and wholesale prices.

The store has now expanded its coveted women’s collection with a wide variety of fashionable aviator, cat eye and round oversized models, ideal for all the ladies who want to start the year with some newfound confidence and pizazz, on a tight budget.

The collection includes a variety of mirrored aviator sunglasses, clear, retro and flat top cat eye shades tinted in red, yellow or pink for those after the look Kylie Jenner, Selena Gomez and Gigi Hadid have been rocking in 2018 and funky hexagonal designs to complement a more funky attire.

It also features some of the most trendy, hot releases by Madeliny, glamorous round oversized models with cute leopard frames and beautiful cases or pouches to keep the eyewear neat and tidy.

They join the wide variety of cool men’s sunglasses, cycling and sports shades, fun waterproof pet goggles or children’s aviator style glasses the store also has in stock, at 90% of the wholesale price.

All their sunglasses are handpicked, quality tested and pre-vetted by a dedicated team of employees, available with free worldwide shipping and backed by a convenient no hassle 30 day return policy.

The Red Hot Shades team explains that “we know how much everyone appreciates our wholesale prices and high quality sunglasses, and we don’t plan to rest on our laurels any time soon. We’re always scouring more from distributors all around the world, and still finding the best deals out there.”

To see the new women’s sunglasses Red Hot Shades added to its unique collection and all the other eyewear and accessories they have available at wholesale prices, clients visit their website at the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mrs. Williams
Email: support@redhotshades.com
Organization: Red Hot Shades
Address: 10 Corporate Drive, Burlington, MA 01803, United States

For more information, please visit https://redhotshades.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299201

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