Frames come in all different shapes and sizes, and as an eyewear connoisseur it’s easy to think you’ve seen it all. So what’s left to play with besides color and texture? How about throwing your eyewear collection for a curveball with a temple design, such as this quirky gold cement truck?
Cornflower blue is the perfect tone for these Moods of Norway Tractor Frames. The modern plastic frame makes for an eye-catching look that also holds a durability factor.
Tom Rebl Lips grainy textured glasses show us that love is, or can be, pain. The arm of these frames looks though it has been sanded down as it merges into a smooth matte black solid toned ear hook embossed with a dainty red lips.
We never say “no” to a modern cat eye frame and all over tortoise print. In the case of these Woow frames we might say “So What”, but only because we’re reading off their blasé message that is perfect for millennials.
All snootiness aside, these Shauns Shades 3-dot braille icon represents the company’s mission to reduce visual impairment around the world. Subtlety is everything with these tortoise frames.
Shauns Shades achieves their mission to give back by donating one pair of eyeglasses to someone in need to each pair sold. The “give sight” interior swing design is a clever and unpretentious way of spreading their philanthropic message.
Giving Tree is an eco-friendly eyewear company for a cause. Inspired by the sprawling beaches of southern California and its thriving art community, this dainty Giving Tree emblem is a simple and classy way to dress up black frames.
Hipsters will go crazy for the Paul Smith bicycle emblem on these frames, while fashionistas will swoon over the deep red tone that bears a striking resemblance to Pantone’s 2015 color of the year, Marsala.
Lulu Guiness’ designs have been a must for since the late 1980s, and they are still largely inspired and sought after today. These quirky eyeglasses have laissez-faire written all over them with thin, casually crossed legs for arms and the “LG” logo at the temple.
What could be cuter than houndstooth print capri pants and cutesy red heels? These Face a Face Boca frames are one very chic treat.
The daring teal cat eye frame that is these Face a Face Punk Style glasses is only trumped by its bold red temple design and edgy spikes that adorn these whippersnapper eyeglasses.
Subtle and chic are these black plastic frame sunnies by Kipling. A single white raindrop adorns the edges of the lenses and just around the corner is a cute and trusty umbrella at the temples.