A few months ago, Sol Theory reached out to me asking me to be one of their brand ambassadors. Honestly, I’m still so new to the blogging world and I probably don’t give myself enough credit, but I am so grateful to be considered by brands to represent them. I love sunglasses and I could always use another pair, so I said yes!
Sol Theory is a monthly subscription box for trendy eye wear, jewelry and beauty. Their mission is to provide members with on trend sunglasses, starting at $12.99 for the basic subscription. What I like about Sol Theory and what sets them a part from other subscription boxes, is that they offer subscriptions for her, him and even him and her! They offer a number of a number of boxes, which are:
- HERS Single Pair ($12.99 per month)
- HERS Single Pair + One Jewelry Accessory ($19.99 per month)
- HERS Single Pair + Three Beauty Products ($19.99 per month)
- HERS Two Pair Box ($19.99 per month)
- HERS Single Pair + Two Jewelry Accessories ($26.99 per month)
- HIS & HERS Box ($19.99 per month/one pair of sunglasses for him and one for her)
- HIS Single Pair Box ($12.99 per month)
- HIS Two Pair Box ($26.99 per month)
I currently receive the HERS Single Pair box, which includes one pair of sunglasses. The quality of these sunglasses are better than I expected and they also provide UVA and UVB protection! I haven’t received a pair of sunglasses that I didn’t like yet and I love the suspense of waiting to see what I will receive each month.
Sol Theory was very generous to give my viewers a discount off their first box, so don’t forget to use the code ADAY20 during checkout to receive 20% off!
Now let’s talk about these pants…
If I had a time traveling machine and could travel back in time, I would visit the 70’s first. I love 70’s fashion – platforms, bell bottoms, kimonos, suede, jumpsuits, floral prints, animal prints, maxi dresses etc. It was such a fun and eclectic era! You had your boho babes and your hippies. Everyone rocked big hair while dancing to disco music and we’re all about “Make Love, Not War.”
I love a high-waisted wide leg silhouette and when I saw these pants, they screamed ‘Saturday Night Fever’. I may or may not have done a little disco dance upon first trying them on. 🙂 But seriously, these pants are so cozy, I could live in them. There are a few ways to style these pants but keeping the look monochromatic and balanced, I went with a white bodysuit, black leather jacket and double buckle belt. It’s safe to say that the chosen pieces transformed this look from 1970’s hippie to modern day badass.