March 2017’s most popular glasses


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 New Zealand’s top 5 best selling and most popular glasses of March 2017:


#1 Kam Dhillon Sophia 3077 Blue



These steel blue cat eye glasses from Kam Dhillon’s Mediterranean collection work as an alternative neutral for all skin tones. The rounded style looks great against angular features and square jaws, while adjustable pads offering a wide-ranging fit for most nose shapes and sizes.


#2 Joseph Marc 4130 Matte Black



These Joseph Marc frames, from the best selling Craftsman collection, carry subtle retro details — like shimmering rivets and a keyhole nose bridge — while offering modern, comfort-fit accommodations like no-slip grooved ear pieces, spring hinges, and a smooth matte finish.


#3 Kam Dhillon 3075 Ariana Blue



These squared-off brow line glasses — also from the Mediterranean collection — are a great choice for rounded faces with wide jaws. Adjustable pads and a keyhole bridge offer a comfortable, customizable fit for shorter, wider noses, and spring hinges bow outward for added durability.


#4 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 style in a chic glossy black finish that flatters most faces.


#5 Michelle Lane 818 Au Naturel



These curvy rectangular frames from Michelle Lane’s 2016 Paris collection are a universally flattering shape fit for those who want classic style with a smooth feminine twist.

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