Fashion Fabulous Frames For Back To School

Value eyewear leader, Modern Optical International, introduces new styles to its Fashiontabulous Eyewear Collection for the 2013 Back-to-School season. Fashiontabulous, the go-to eyewear collection for aspiring fashionistas, embodies youth and style with its trendy silhouettes and upbeat design details.  Flirty temple embellishments and creative color treatment are the signatures of this collection. Styles are sized to fit the smaller faces of teens, pre-teens and petite women.  Pretty pink cases and matching cleaning cloths are available with qualifying purchases.

10×229, a triple laminate, offers subtle color blocking with its duo color combinations. A softened rectangular eye shape and multi-faceted gemstones tastefully highlighting the temple give this style broad appeal. Available in burgundy/pink, black/mint, and brown/peach.

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10×230, a double laminate, also offers understated color blocking in this retro silhouette. A colored stitch-like detail on the outside edging of the frame artfully matches the interior surface color. Available in black/mint, black/lilac, and burgundy/pink.

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10×231 is for the budding artist at heart. The solid black fronts anchor the temples’ whimsical, colorful mosaic designs. Available in black/mango, black/blue, and black/pearl.

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Geek chic lives on in 10×232, but with a hipster twist. Ombre effects in striking color combinations make this frame a must-have for the true fashionista. Available in brown/blue, black/lilac, and plum/pink.

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About Modern Optical International

Modern Optical International, based in suburban Chicago, is a family-owned business started in 1974.  A manufacturer/distributor of quality eyewear for men, women, and children, Modern is an industry leader in providing value-oriented eyewear. With 17 unique collections representing over 750 styles, Modern Optical frames are a perfect fit for managed care, price specials, second pair sales, and frame and lens programs. For more information, visit www.modernoptical.com.

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