Green symbolizes growth, harmony, and of course freshness. That is exactly what I see in these awe inspiring eyeglasses by Frieze Frames. This contemporary company took a dare on blending lime green, chartreuse, olive, and brown in the design of the Victoria Ave. frames. The composition of the color variations land in all the right places; watch as the clear lime nose bridge delicately blends into the eventual brown at the edge of the frames, thus creating a subtle Cat-eye effect. It’s full rimmed glasses like these that make wearing glasses interesting again. If green represents freshness then these frames are fresh to death!
One could spend the rest of his or her life searching for the perfect pair of tortoise print eyeglasses only to find fruitlessness. And, why is that? Because the options are near endless! Why not pick a style with a differentiating feature, and OWN IT! These Modern Optical Gotcha frames venture to be different while paying homage to Mother Nature (Ahem.. the home of the tortoise) with a heavy helping of green. This sophisticated square plastic frame changes everything we thought we knew about color combinations, but in the end it all makes sense. The best part about these spring hinged eyeglasses is that they are unisex, because Mother Nature, of course, does not discriminate.
Alberta Ferretti really drove her nature point home with her mossy green Fall Winter 2014 collection. Shades of natural green and brown featured in an array of varying textures seem to emulate all the beauty we see outdoors. These looks, as well as our eyewear choices, all seem to be going GREEN!
FYSH Eyewear has brought us yet another way to be daringly different with a dash of green. Eyeglass Style 3499 has a very progressive shape as it mixes a thinner rim with a thicker arm that eventually cascades back to thin. Of course, FYSH would never bring us monochromatic frames when dealing with such a stylish frame. The inside arm of the frame is a sophisticated chartreuse color, while a cool contrasting pattern is featured on the exposed side. What is not to love about the emerald tone of these frames?