November 3, 2012
Hugo Boss is one of the most consistent brands today in eyewear industry. They clearly don’t believe in trends. They believe in solid, comfortable and elegant styles that look perfect on any kind of face. Little experimentation takes place when it comes down to pick colors. Black, Brown and Tortoise shell (aka Havana) are dominating colors that are present in most of the sunglasses frames. Hugo Boss sunglasses however do resemble business style above casual or sport, although 2012 was the most productive year for Boss sport styles. When you wear Hugo Boss sunglasses, you don’t need to worry about looking funny or overly couture. You will be yourself whether you wear suit, jeans or bermuda shorts. Enjoy the collection:
June 7, 2012
Boss Sunglasses are made in a perfect German clean and sleek style. 2012 Boss sunglasses are not much different from 2011 or 2010 models. But this is what brand decided to do – not to follow trends, but to remain true to itself and serve their customers well. In the end of the day, who already has a pair of sport Prada sunglasses, or a pair of trendy Gucci sunglasses, one day will arrive at the need to own something classic, mature and truly Boss style.
June 6, 2012
Boss has always followed their own bold men style. Most of Boss glasses are simply made for men only. While there are a few ladies models, they are geared toward tough ladies that portray business, bold style.
Boss Glasses look very good on suits, but also on dress casual style – jeans and shirt. Dress casual is actually the most common style in corporate America. Suit is still part of dress code for classic professions – lawyer, accountant, financial manager. Other industries IT and consulting, in particular prefers business casual. Boss glasses would make it a perfect fit.