Möt våren i ett par nya solglajjor. King har valt ut 10 favoriter.
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Persol, 1 300 kr, www.persol.com
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Monokel Eyewear, 550 kr, www.monokel-eyewear.com.
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Acne, 2 000 kr, www.acnestudios.com.
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Asos, 110 kr, www.asos.com.
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Balenciaga, 2 700 kr, www.farfetch.com.
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Cutler and Gross, 3 300 kr, www.mrporter.com.
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Hyde's, 1 500 kr, www.aplace.com.
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Marni at H&M, 200 kr, www.hm.se.
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Sunpocket, 500 kr, www.sunpocketoriginal.com.
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Thom Browne x Dita, 5 400 kr, www.thombrowne.com.
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#1 Re: 10 solglasögon Jacob
Postat: 2012-04-02 18:39
Fint urval! Vart finner man Monokel Eyewear i Stockholm? Är skeptiskt till att beställa hem något jag inte prövat.
#2 Re: 10 solglasögon Robert Sandgren
Postat: 2012-04-02 19:30
I Stockholm finns Monokel på "6/5/4" på nytorgsgatan vid nytorget, på Deadwood på svartensgatan (typ vid mosebacke torg), på Oneoff norrlandsgatan, samt fr o m onsdag på Pit Stop på Åsögatan och Standard på Rörstrandsgatan. /Monokel
#3 Re: 10 solglasögon Ralph
Postat: 2012-04-02 20:08
Men vaff..? Thom Browne är ju de gamla lumpenbrillorna.
#4 Re: 10 solglasögon G
Postat: 2012-04-11 12:28
tycker nummer sex är snyggast, typ såna köpte jag billigt på nätet. skulle aldrig köpa solglasögon för 3000 kronor, jag betalade typ 60 kronor på http://www.solglasögonbutiken.se Och de funkar minst lika bra.
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If you compare a selection of them, youâ€™ll find that there are some questions that come up frequently. For example:- Personal details such as name, address, telephone and email address.- Declarations and consents.- Requests for dates such as the start date of a service.- Official information such as a reference number from a bill.Your work will be quicker, and it will be easier for your users, if you establish some standards for how you ask for these repeated questions. 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This means that if their particular answer happens to be unexpected, they can still fill in the form and proceed.If you have strict validation, then you may lose some users whose circumstances are a little different to whatever you anticipated.Soft validations are the most challenging to program, but can deliver the best user experience because users find out about genuine slips but can still enter data where their answer doesnâ€™t quite fit with your pre-defined ideas.Opting for no validation is the easiest to program, but may confuse your users if they inadvertently make minor errors.9. Tidy it upForms that look tidy are easier to fill in. Check that you have used capitals consistently. Sentence case (like this) is easiest to read. Title Case Like This Is The Next Best Choice. 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