05 Mar Cat eye: Spec-Tacular with Readers.com
First of all I love the cat-eye look !The last time I was glasses shopping, I took a lot longer than my husband, as the salesman kept saying, “He has THE PERFECT face for practically any frame here.” He then found 2 pair for me, and I liked them but did not love. Well, it was quite a project finding a pair I like, as you can see I have a certain face shape that works with some frames and not others. Do not hand me those round little John Lennon glasses, or tell me my face is so petite that I might have to go to the kid’s section! I finally found a pair I really liked and it is a cat-eye, albeit subtle, but cat eye shape. So, when Krista, from Readers.com, asked if I would style frames for the company, I was more than happy to! They have very well made, well-constructed readers, at a great price, with a ton of style!
The pair I am wearing here today comes from Make a Statement Collection, on their site. When I got this style, known as The Brit, I knew I was in love. First, it combined two of my favorites, the leopard print, and the cat-eye. Second, I am a Anglo-phile, who generally likes most things Brit-ish. Tea, BBC, Murder Mysteries, and now Brit, the frames. These are readers, so when you are in need of glasses for reading close to the computer, your favorite book, etc, they are lovely, as they are stylish, and let you see the small print.
There are plenty of styles, colors, and shapes to choose from and in the next post I will be displaying a different pattern and style, and what I thought would look good styled with the frames. So,check out the line, the Make a Statement Collection, and while you are their just pop around and see the other styles. I decided that these glasses, since they have a beautiful leopard pattern, would look fun and a bit funky with a bit of vintage, with my fur cardigan and gold pearl brooch, in addition to a bit trendy, with boyfriend jeans, and some leopard flats.
*Glasses gifted c/o readers.com, Opinion is that of my own.