A pair of glasses is a powerful accessory. With a simple change, frames can literally recreate and reinvent your entire outfit or overall style. If you’re wondering how you can reinvent your style this coming season, here are even more options for you to try out.

Thin Metal Frames

Ultra-thin metal frames are another huge hit this year. You can find classic aviator styles or more rounded circular shapes that are slimmed-down. These offer the perfect sophisticated, vintage look that blends old and new world together nicely.

Neutral Tones

Neutral style frames like light grey, white, or light blush hues, have gained more popularity over this past year and are gearing up to be one of the most popular this year. The soft, versatile style makes them great for spring.

Oversized Frames

The oversized frames aren’t going anywhere either! Whether it’s tortoise style, metal wires, clean and neutral, or thick and bold, oversized styles continue to be an essential frame that will always make a statement.

Browline Frames

These stylish frames take you right back to the 1950s when they first flashed down the runway. With a bold upper portion of the frame, this distinct style is ultra classic and can be used in any casual or fancy setting. They offer a unique look that’s practical and cool.

Colourful Frames

There’s nothing better than having a bold and colourful frame to welcome in the spring. That’s what makes this style absolutely on point for the coming season. Red, purple, and pink glasses are bold, fashionable and will make you stand out with an eye-popping splash of colour.

Get ready for spring by reinventing your wardrobe now. And if you wear glasses, switching up your frames is one of the easiest and most effective ways of doing this. Come visit us at Laurier Optical to browse through our large selection, including all of the latest and hottest trends that are set for this spring!

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