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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] 2. Varieties include 'aviators', 'wayfarers', and 'teashades'. What are they?

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...1. Jackets 2. Sunglasses 3. Hats 4. Shoes 'Aviator' sunglasses are so named because they were originally designed for use by military pilots (aviators) by Bausch & Lomb in 1936. If you aren't sure what they look like, go watch "Top Gun". 'Wayfarers' are generally plastic-framed (typically black), and have a silver piece at the corners. Originally made in 1952, one of the most recognizable wearers of 'wayfarers' was Roy Orbison. 'Teashades' are the name given to the sunglasses that are small-lensed with wire rims. If you are unsure how they look from that description, it might help to know that they are also called 'John Lennon' glasses.




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Sunglasses:


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