Hey all, I have a great giveaway for you today – just in time for the spring and sunshine! Thanks to VSP for sponsoring this giveaway.

About: VSP Vision Care is the nation’s largest not-for-profit eyecare provider with more than 56 million members and one of their main missions is to help promote the importance of eye health in
connection to our overall health!

This month, VSP is reminding fashionable mommies like you about the importance of wearing sunglasses, year round and especially during the spring and summer months, to help protect our eyes against harmful UVA / UVB rays.

Here are some great tips about selecting and wearing sunglasses:

Labels: Make sure they carry a consumer-protection label stating they’re 99-100% UV-absorbent, or provide UV absorption up to 400 nanometers (nm).

Go big or wrap it: Bigger frames and lenses, and also wrap-around styles, give you
more UV protection because they block peripheral rays. Also, this is the trend this

Go polar: Polarized lenses block out sunlight glare bouncing off windshields, pavement,
and other smooth surfaces.

Consider color: Gray lenses are best. Why? They don’t change colors. Green and brown
lenses are good too.

One lucky Mommies with Style winner will get to choose from a collection of $150 designer sunglasses!


1) Comment to enter – What is one new tip about sunglasses that you learned from this post?

2) Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter & follow me on Twitter @WhitneyMWS

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3) Like Mommies with Style on Facebook (if you already do, promote this contest on your page) and VSP Vision Care

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One winner will be selected and notified after April 12th.


  1. I subscribe via RSS as Elena V.

  2. I like the wrap around feature. Great protective coverage.

  3. Learned that gray sun glass lenses (mine are!) don’t change colors

  4. I subscribe to the feed via Google Reader (RSS)

  5. Stephanie McGorry says

    I never knew that gray lenses were best!

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