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Sponsored Feature: Glasses trends for women - spring 2013

Published 22/01/2013 | 11:18

Emporio Armani 9648
Missoni 35
Gok Wan 06

The easiest way to update your wardrobe this year is to buy a brand new pair of specs.



Your most valuable accessory will instantly transform your look and here we bring you the key trends for 2013 eyewear.

The three themes that have been appearing on catwalks and look books are:

Girly Glasses: A hot trend this season is ‘girly glasses’ - glasses designed for the girly woman. It includes pink frames, pink tinted glasses, and bright colours.? Expect some retro looks, such as turquoise frames and tints and cat’s eye glasses. Vintage designs are among the most popular of the girly glasses around this year. Other hot girly colours include candy apple red frames and faded colour frames. Check out Emporio Armani EA 9648. €189

Smaller Frames: As part of the spreading rebellion against geek chic, smaller and thinner frames are going to be in for 2013. Rimless specs and thinner frames are replacing the thick retro plastic frames that have been so hot for the past couple of years.? The energetic designer frames from Missoni (35) offer up style with a colour packed twist. The metal frame comes in shiny bronze and goes perfectly with the chunky striped gloss finish arms which are highlighted with diamante studs at the temple and the insignia. €189

Classic Looks: There is renewed popularity for classic looks. Specsavers is proud of the association with Gok Wan, whose range reflects his innate understanding of what a woman wants and what looks good. The rectangular frames of the Gok Wan 06 are finished in brown and bronze partnered with slim bronze arms with the GW insignia. €149

There is a huge variety within these four key trends. Whether you’re fashion forward or more traditional there is a look that will work for you.

All these key women’s looks are available now at Specsavers where you can order tinted prescription lenses and UV filter as part of your deal in designer glasses.

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