FACE à FACE: WINTER SUNGLASSES DREAM
"Sophisticated" and "bold" describe at the very best this new Face à Face pair of sunglasses. The style is big and squared, the lenses are mirrored and rose gold and the colors spread 70s vibes. These are definitely my thing!
Sharp and smooth, this frame is perfect if you want accentuate your cheek line and lift up a little bit the oval of your face. Plus, the metal bridge make these sunglasses perfectly adjustable and incredibly comfortable. I can assure they are not as heavy to wear on your nose than you may think.
I fell in love with these sunnies at first sight and, I'm sure, you will too.
Eyewear code Mod. SPARK1 Col.1167
…as usual PH Marianna Zanetti <3
SNOB Milano: eyewear made easy
Winter is here and I couldn't be happier! I'm definitely a Autumn/Winter person. I love Winter clothes and I love putting on layer and layers of cozy stuff.
In Winter I also wear opticals more often than in Summer time. The sun is not so shiny and it doesn't bother me as it might in August. Moreover, I have the chance to wear light-colored lenses for sunglasses.
That's why I fell in love with the concept of SNOB Milano: simple and elegant eyeglasses with darker lenses to put on top. The best part? Magnets! So, basically, when you add the colored layer, you can barely see the joints! Isn't it pure genius?
Last, but not least, all the lenses...
WOOL PAPER 2: WOOW TARTAN EYEWEAR MOOD
Tartan and animalier are the must-have prints of this season!
I couldn't then skip these fun and absolutely adorable WOOW eyeglasses: the shape is basic and comfortable, just a little bit squared on the bottom part, but the pattern of the acetate is the real twist! There are many different colors of this frame, called Wool Paper 2, and I chose the classy gray-pink combination one (you can find all the colors here).
WOOW is a fun brand (I shot one frame of this brand last summer too, see more here), young and fresh, colorful and always unexpected.
Be BRIGHT, be SEEN, be WOOW!
This is the reason why I decided wear these glasses playing with contrasts: the...