From thin metal frames to translucent pink acetate, we cover a lot of up and coming trends on theLook. But for many people, glasses fashion isn’t always seasonal. Your favourite frames need to see you from work to the weekend in style and comfort. So what are most people buying? Below, we list Canada’s top 5 best selling and most popular glasses from March 2017:
#1 Derek Cardigan 7014 Black
The DC 7014 is one of the very first pairs of exclusive brand glasses we ever made, and we’re pleased to see that it’s still a reigning champion. Though it’s not hard to see why: 7014 is a classic oversized wingtip in a chic glossy black finish that flatters most faces.
#2 Michelle Lane 815 Noir
Part of Michelle Lane’s 2016 Paris collection, the 815 is a slim and flattering rectangular shape that looks great on round and oval faces. The glossy black frame is lined with a marbled purple and gold design that shines subtly through on the face, lending a halo effect to the glasses.
#3 Michelle Lane 815 Ecaillé Rose
Here it is again, this time in a warm pink and gold tortoise. Michelle designed the frame arms with a Baroque cut-out design based on the romantic wrought-iron balconies of the Champs-Élysées.
#4 Michelle Lane 812 Au Naturel
Yet another entry from the stellar 2016 Paris collection, this butterfly-shaped pair works beautifully on heart and triangle faces, with a graceful D-shaped base to flatter square jaws. The frame arms are lightly dotted with a glittering resin, giving the effect of shimmering crystals without the risk of fallout.
#5 Derek Cardigan 7035 Black
Finally, we return to Derek Cardigan to round out our list. This final frame is a nice balance between a narrow rectangle and a wingtip. The glossy black hue is a perennial favourite, while the frame arms — constructed from a sturdy bamboo — offer something a little different.
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