Plastic (acetate) sunglasses with modern geometric frames and striped rubber temple ends.
The eyeglass size consists of three numbers and is expressed in millimeters.
Burberry 4378U: 49 □ 24 150
- The first issue is the CALIBER.
That is, the width of the lens (49 mm)
The part of the frame at the sides of the lens is not included in this measurement.
- The second issue is THE BRIDGE (24 mm).
This refers to the distance between the lenses just above the nose, or the length in millimeters of the bridge.
- The third issue: THE TEMPLES (150 mm)
Refers to the length of the frame temples starting from the snout of the eyeglass.
SHIPMENT AND DELIVERY
Eyewear to be shipped within 24 hours.
When you order an eyeglass from Italy with 2-3 day delivery and pay by PayPal/Credit Card/Debit Card, the shipment is within 24 hours and the eyeglass is delivered in 2 business days after shipment.
If, on the other hand, you pay by bank transfer, the shipment takes place within 24 hours after payment is received.
For delivery outside Italy in Europe it may take a few more days.
For intercontinental shipments it may take an extra week.
You will receive an e-mail with the tracking number as soon as we hand the package to the courier and you can track the shipment on the GLS website for domestic shipments or DHL for overseas shipments.
Shipping is FREE within Italy.
You have the right to withdraw from the contract, without giving reasons, within 14 days after you receive the glasses.
To exercise the right of withdrawal, simply:
- Inform us at email@example.com of your decision to withdraw from the contract by means of an explicit statement.
- Make sure the item is in the same condition you received it, don’t wear it if you have to return it (except to try it on) or you’ll risk damaging it inadvertently.
- Return the goods and receipt to:
C.so Vittorio Emanuele II, 37
Effect of withdrawal:
If you withdraw from the contract, you will be refunded, at the time we receive the return, the payments you made to us at the time of purchase.
It will be at your expense only for the return shipping costs.
We hope this guarantee will make your shopping experience more pleasant and peaceful.
Thank you so much for trusting us.
Burberry’s history is rich and interesting.
Thomas Burberry founded the company in 1856 in Basingstoke, with the idea of creating clothing designed to protect against British weather conditions. In 1879 he invented gabardine, the first breathable and waterproof fabric, patented in 1888.
In 1893 Norwegian polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen used Burberry gabardine during an expedition to the Arctic Circle.
In 1901, the company held a public competition to design a new logo for the brand, thus the equestrian horseman mark was born.
In 1912 the Tielocken coat considered the predecessor of the trench coat was patented.
During World War I, the Burberry trench coat was invented, which had a functional design and included shoulder straps used to attach military equipment such as gloves and whistles, D-rings for carrying grenades, the windbreak flap for additional protection during action, and the rain flap to allow water to run off easily.
In 1920 the Burberry tartan pattern was introduced as a lining for rainwear.
In 1934 Burberry offered same-day delivery to customers in London by its own vehicle.
This is just a brief overview of Burberry’s history, but there are many other interesting stages along the company’s journey.
To learn more go to the Burberry website.