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I'm personally a big fan of round glasses but not all of them suit me. How do they look and which looks better? My face usually looks weird with eyeglasses. Also should I try going for a Havana/tortoise frame or stick to black?
I was thinking about buying the OP Riley, Moscot Lemtosh, or OP O'Malley in a Dark Mahogany/Tortoise color. I'm currently wearing contact lenses. My eyes become dry at work because I'm always on the laptop. Recommendations? Which frame style and color would suit me the most?
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I wear contact lenses every day, but they dry up because my eyes are constantly glued to the laptop. Most people have mentioned that I look better without glasses though.
Hi everyone, I need a new pair of glasses for work. I work in the financial sector industry, so something that would be professional and comfortable is on my agenda. I've checked out Oliver Peoples, Moscots, and Cutler & Gross. Moscots has a cool feature on their website where I can upload a picture with a frame from their collection. Which optical frame style/color suits me the most? Or maybe the Rayban Clubmasters?
my first ever automatic watch!!
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My budget is around £850 pounds. I'll be in next week London for one week. I've heard good things about Hamilton, Seiko and Sinn for my price range. I want a classic and professional watch for the office environment. Also something that could last a lifetime (preferably...
To describe myself, I'm a 24 year old young professional currently working for an accounting firm (where conservative is usually the dress code). My ideal cologne would be something with a unique fragrance (i.e not worn by the masses) , has a good ratio of masculine + sweet, and is suitable for the office environment. I was leaning towards selecting Bvlgari Aqua or Tom Ford Veviter. Recommendations? Price is not an issue.
I'm heading to London in a few weeks and only staying there for one week. I came across the website "herringshoes", but I want to be able to try the shoe before I purchase it (and I don't have time to purchase anything online). [URL=[/URL] Can someone recommend me similar looking loafers (preferably Burgundy) with a price range of £100 to £250. Cheers.
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