Those frames though…






There is something to be said about gloomy grey days, and the lack of need to wear sunglasses, but rather my prescription frames that I simply adore.

When I wake up to a weather report that calls for a cool and cloudy day, I get excited at the opportunity to wear my glasses, before dreading the idea of leaving my bed. I drive into and out of sunlight during my daily commute, so unless it’s going to be overcast, it usually easier for me to wear contact lenses and sunglasses.

I picked out these Ray Ban frames at, and I absolutely adore their flirty shape. The cat-eye styled frame looks amazing on so many different people, and has really become one of the top style for glasses. I find that being able to style different glasses allows for your to change your look so easily. Recently, I’ve been recommending to all of my friends lately to buy two different pairs of glasses, something basic and another pair that’s more bold, fun or daring.

Photography by Trevor Negin
Frames: Ray Ban from, Sweater: Joe Fresh, Skirt: 424Fifth exclusively available at Hudson’s Bay and Lord and Taylor, Earrings: Baublebar, Heels: Vintage

One thought on “Those frames though…

  1. Do some reading up on the posibsle complications associated with the surgery, and you can pretty much figure it out. Although it’s not a high percentage, some folks experience halos and double vision afterwards. It also increases the likelyhood you will need bifocals later on. Opthamologists make their living using their eyes, and they aren’t likely to take any chances with messing them up. It doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not a good option for other folks, but it could end their careers- so they stick with glasses. It’s not much different than a singer with a deviated septum electing not to have the nose job because it will change how their voice sounds. For you or I, that’s not a big deal. But when you make your living as an opera star- well, that’s a different story. You aren’t going to do anything you don’t absolutely have to do, because it could mean an end to your career. Opthamologists take pretty much the same view of lasik surgery. Was this answer helpful?

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