A gentleman’s eye protection
If you find yourself squinting when relaxing on a sunny balcony with a single malt and a fine cuban, maybe it’s time to invest in some eye protection.
Eye protection can come in many forms but forget the blindfold and instead go and purchase a gentlemanly pair of sunglasses.
Although glasses have been around ever since gentlemen ruined their eyesight by trying to read leather books by firelight, the sunglasses are a more recent invention initially created so that the gentleman could take a sneaky nap during church.
Since these humble beginnings sunglasses have thrived and now can be the perfect accessory for the squinting gentleman.
When choosing a style of sunglasses a gentleman must use his common sense and style to determine what is for him. Typically a gentleman’s sunglasses will be of a dark colour (black or tortoiseshell) or metal (a soft gold or silver).
Although there are many styles of sunglasses a gentleman can wear, a gentleman would never and will never wear wrap around glasses with large, generally women’s brands, slapped across the bands.
So if you don’t want to look like an ungentlemanly philistine, who looks like they didn’t get the memo about evolution, then choose your sunglasses carefully.
Now that you have chosen wisely you can sport your newly protected eyes around town. But don’t forget, just because your eyes are covered doesn’t mean you can’t give a suggestive look to the special lady you are courting.
So there you have it.