2013 Shade Trends:
• Translucent: Hottest trend alert! Clear shades are the rage this season – this futuristic look will match your entire wardrobe and give you that polished look you desire.
• Embellished: What you see is what you get? This statement is most definitely true, with ostentatious temples and embellished looks from Dior. Worn by a handful of celebrities, embellished looks are a must-have this spring season.
• Glitter: Sunglasses inspired by some of Hollywood's most influential style icons are taking over this spring. Step into the shoes of 80's glam doll, Madonna, while rocking a glittered out cat-eye model from Kate Spade.
• Color Trend - EMERALD: With the classic film, The Wizard of Oz, premiering this year as a remake, the "Oz The Great And Powerful" will have the color emerald popping up everywhere. In addition to being named the "color of the year", designers like Alexander McQueen will have you looking like the king or queen of Emerald City in 2013.
• Color Trend - GOLD: Gold is always a staple color in any fashion forward wardrobe. If you don't own sunglasses that are bold and gold, say goodbye to worn-out colors like black and liven up your face with some brand new looks from Gucci.
• Retro + Vintage: Iconic sunglasses that compliment any face shape, Retro and Vintage inspired shades are standard essentials to any individual's wardrobe. Slip on a pair of Juicy Couture's patterned sunnies to feel like you're back in the ‘60s.
• Foldable: Travel without having your favorite pair of sunglasses floating around your bag this spring break, and opt for foldable options from Carrera and Dior Homme. These models not only easily slip into a bag or jacket pocket – one would never even know they were foldable.
Someone has again anonymously dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army red kettle in a central Indiana city.
Scammers are claiming to be from a law enforcement agency and are threatening to arrest victims if they don't pay the fine for an alleged crime or debt.
Mitrovich’s home in the Saxony subdivision is decorated with about 25,000 LED lights coordinated to Christmas music.