Reddit Reddit reviews Ray-Ban RB3016 Clubmaster Square Sunglasses, Black on Gold/Green, 49 mm

We found 7 Reddit comments about Ray-Ban RB3016 Clubmaster Square Sunglasses, Black on Gold/Green, 49 mm. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Ray-Ban RB3016 Clubmaster Square Sunglasses, Black on Gold/Green, 49 mm
Classic clubmaster sunglasses: The Ray-Ban Clubmaster has an iconic look, shape, feel, and style. Worn by cultural intellectuals and Hollywood superstars, these superior glasses are both comfortable and fashionable.100% Uv protection: To protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, these sunglasses include lenses that are coated with 100% Uv protection.Durable acetate frames: Our professional Ray-Ban glasses feature lightweight yet Durable acetate frames. The shape and curvature may need adjustment for precision fit.Multiple frame and lens colors: Choose from multiple colors of frames—including black and tortoise—and lenses—including non-polarized and polarized, mirrored and gradient options. Made from high-quality glass, Ray-Ban lenses are prescription ready.Multiple size options: Choose from a variety of size options including 49mm & 51mm.Case & lens cloth included: Each pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses come with a case and lens cloth to clean and protect them from scratches and damage.Visit the ray-ban brand shop: Click on the Ray-Ban logo above to view the entire Ray-Ban brand assortment.
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7 Reddit comments about Ray-Ban RB3016 Clubmaster Square Sunglasses, Black on Gold/Green, 49 mm:

u/absolut696 · 22 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

They are cheaper than this on Amazon, with 2 day free shipping if you have prime.

$79 for Ebony, $81 for Tortoise

Got myself a pair last week.

u/braff_travolta · 11 pointsr/malefashionadvice
  1. Suit

    Like some of the other guys suggested, Suitsupply is the way to go. Being that you're in Portland, so there's a location in Seattle, so going in person is going to be the absolute best option, make a day trip out of it and bring a (well-dressed?) friend to get an outside opinion. I'd even suggest calling in ahead of time and explaining the situation and they'll probably make accommodations if they know you're coming in specifically to get a suit from them. A single-breasted solid navy or grey is going to be your best choice. These are classic suit colors that are simple, versatile and as long as you make sure they're well-tailored, (which SS will do for you in-house) you'll look great almost anywhere. I would personally suggest a mid-grey Napoli, which is their most popular cut, but they may have other suggestions for you dependent on your skin tone, body shape etc. Stay away from patterns or other colors for this suit, a charcoal pinstripe or double-breasted windowpane suit is your 4th or 5th suit, not your first.

  2. Shoes

    First off, don't do loafers or deck shoes or sneakers, it'll throw off the whole deal. The shoe color will depend on the suit color somewhat, but a classic wingtip or captoe (thanks /u/shakerattleandrollin) like the Strand is a good versatile choice. You can sometimes pick them up on clearance on AE's site or use Shoebank, which is AE's factory seconds site, to find them at a substantial discount. You may also want to check out Meermin Mallorca's offerings as well. They're less expensive than full price AE's and are shipped from Spain, but they get good reviews. In regards to color, like I said, it depends on the suit, but a black or dark brown shoe will go with most colors, oxblood is also an option that goes with basically everything. You can use a chart like this to get an idea. As you can see, the walnut wouldn't really work with a darker suit, but you can make your own call on that.

  3. Belt

    This has to do with your shoes more than anything. Get a full-grain leather belt that matches your shoes and has a regular clasp buckle. Don't get bonded leather or anything besides full-grain. Most shoe retailers offer belts, so that'll be your best bet, this may also be something you can probably pick up from SS.

  4. Shirt

    Charles Tyrwhitt has excellent prices on dress shirts. A standard white, twill or poplin non-iron extra-slim fit (nevermind the name, this is a standard slim fit, the classic and slim fits are more like the portly and classic fits elsewhere) is going to go with pretty much anything and would be good to have anyways. They run sales pretty regularly (they actually have a across the board sale going on right now if you use that link). They run pretty true to size, so if you have a dress shirt that fits well already (long enough in the sleeves and not too much fabric around the waist/trunk), you can use this to dial in the sizes on CT. Get this first so you can wear it when you get your suit so they can get the sleeve lengths right on the jacket.

  5. Tie

    You can pick up a silk tie from a multitude of places, I like Bows N Ties, but there's many other options as well, SS will have some in store too. A nice contrasting color to your suit will be the best choice, but nothing too shiny. A solid color will be best, but a classic stripe or other pattern works as well. I'd suggest staying away from oddball textures or patterns, like floral or knit ties as they'll be less versatile. 100% silk is the way to go.

  6. Accessories

    A nice minimal dress watch and a pair of sunglasses, Wayfarers or Clubmasters will complete the look. If you opt for a french cuff shirt from CT, get a pair of simple cufflinks as well. Get a pair or two of dark dress socks as well, these can come from almost anywhere, err on the side of natural fibers (wool, cotton) for best results.

    Overall, as I'm sure you've read, fit is king. Everything needs to fit right, first and foremost. A well-coordinated outfit that fits horribly will still look bad and accidental. A mismatched outfit that fits like a glove will still look better. The jacket, pants and shirt are all important. Even with a classic standard navy or grey SB suit with a white shirt and a dark tie, if it fits well, will look better than anyone else's ill-fitting department store OTR suit and it'll last you through almost any scenario. Weddings, interviews, night out, professional meetings, etc.

    Good luck!

    edit: Added more links and a few more suggestions.
u/[deleted] · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I personally like the Clubmasters best of the Ray-Ban's. They give off a classier, dressier vibe when paired with suits or business attire, but mesh well with a more casual, dressed down look as well.

u/jon_jemima · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I think clubmasters would look good. Maybe go to the store, try them on to see if they fit? And then buy them online for cheap. They're like $50 off on Amazon.

u/mcstain · 1 pointr/AustralianMFA

That link just took me to a general search page that didn't allow shipping to Australia, here is the link to Clubmasters that ship via Amazon and not a third party seller. Also, Amazon only ships the 49mm version of this model, the 51mm pair ships from a third party seller and cannot be delivered to Australia.

Does anyone know if there is a way to disable third party items being displayed on I've never had much luck having items from these sellers delivered to Australia.

u/dmmfa · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Looks like some of the clubmasters are sold by Amazon directly, if you're worried about fakes. These tortoiseshell ones (click the second color option), for example, say they're sold by Amazon, and they're going for $100.