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The trend in Prescription Eyeglasses: The metal is King.
November 22 | 2016
Metal

The trend in Prescription Eyeglasses: The metal is King.

This season 2017, the brands return to take their collections of autumn and winter and return with all their splendor leaving to glimpse what will be the beginning of the installation of metals. Brands like Etnia Barcelona, ​​Lindberg, Andy Wolf or Cazal Vintage offer what we have been advising in previous entries, a wide range of forms using this material that is confirmed as the trend for the following seasons. And, is that, the metal glasses are light, full of color, style and inspiration.

The star models of the 2017 season will be of retro-vintage inspiration, remembrances to the seventies and eighties, with metallic pins and bridges in oversize, aviator and rounded shapes, where the saddle is the maximum expression of each person.

It does not matter if the mount is of sun or of sight, because the graduated spectacle admits all the connotations and has stopped being the discreet option finishing with the contact lenses.

This season the metal glasses will be in your favorite look whatever the brand you choose. As favorites for this season we recommend 4 models of these 4 major brands:

 

Etnia Barcelona, ​​introduces the metal with a wonderful collection of vintage sight.

Etnia Barcelona Le Marais Black

(Etnia Barcelona Le Marais Black)

 

Lindberg, hand-worked metals with excellent and innovative craftsmanship.

(Lindberg 6511 Transparent)

 

Andy Wolf, change the acetate by the metal round.

ANDY WOLF HILTUNEN - D Black

(ANDY WOLF HILTUNEN - D Black)

 

Cazal Vintage, combines metallic shapes with acetate, this is their result.

CAZAL VINTAGE 163 Black

(CAZAL VINTAGE 163 Black)

 

Look at all our metal prescription glasses!

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