When you are a worldwide eyewear company having just celebrated your 50th birthday, what type of styles would you want to come out with to stay relevant and fresh? Silhoutte Eyewear, founded in 1964, is the company that answers this question with their charismatic line of Allure frames. Style 8145 features a purple gradient lenses and silver a silver brow bridge and arms finished with chic black ear hooks.
The Rose lenses seen here can rival some of the prettiest sunsets you have every seen, and better yet they last long after the sun has gone down. The magenta tone of the lenses seamlessly fade into a lighter golden tone which provide its wearer protection from harmful UV rays and high levels of visibility. We could not think of a better tone for the hardware of the frames than the Rose Gold incorporated into these alluring sunglasses.
Style 9146 embodies the same lower placement of the arms that we see in the previous dynamic styles, but this time the brow bridge is a forgoer for a more simplistic connective nose piece. Here you get the tantamount look of the design with gradient lenses and an icy chrome finish.
The implementation of Rose Gold in fashion accessories has been a pleasant surprise and there is no reason the tone shouldn’t break ground in eyewear as well. In some ways the simpler nose bridge is more demure than the previous style in the same color combo, but that’s only if forced to compare. The Allure eyewear collection is a scene stealer in any way you sport it.