You may think extreme round lenses are meant for pocket protector toting “Poindexters” but that is simply not the case with the Droppy frames. If there is ever a company to reinvent the round frame in a fresh and colorful way, that company would certainly be J.F. Rey, as the company’s vision has been always style conscience and dauntless to risk. Case in point: the Droppy frames in a chic plum tone.
J.F. Rey eyeglasses are known for their unexpected color combinations. The clever eyewear designers behind the brand have thrown out the rule book on what “matches” and simply refuse to play it safe. Who would have thought that olive green and teal could look so smashing as they do in this version of the Droppy frame?
Bright cobalt blue frames may not be the first color that pops into your mind when eyeglass shopping, but these particular frames may woo you with their quality acetate composure and copper toned accents which nicely break up the blue.
Tortoise print has been an eyewear staple for eternity. Though opticians have moved away from using actual tortoise shell, these Droppy frames embody what the most beautiful true tortoise shells actually looked like, having random patterns of brown, gold, and blue speckles. The teal at the temples keeps and the nose bridge keeps the Droppy glasses from looking too busy.
The Droppy Frames in Tortoise Gold are the marriage of style and class. The tortoise print is so spectacularly delicate its reminiscent of a beautiful marble with luminescent flakes embedded within. The gold tone is also thankfully far from gaudy, but rather a welcome reprieve that helps show off the round shape of the eyeglasses.