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post #466 of 680
I think the second ones look better.
post #467 of 680
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But these Paul Smith frames also caught my eye: (sorry for the shitty camera phone pictures)
Are those Paul Smith or Paul Frank? Looks like a Paul Frank. I am almost 99.99% sure those are Paul Frank. I would go back and see it again if I were you.
post #468 of 680
I wear progressive eyeglasses.
post #469 of 680
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Are those Paul Smith or Paul Frank? Looks like a Paul Frank. I am almost 99.99% sure those are Paul Frank. I would go back and see it again if I were you.

You might very well be right. Are there any quality issues with Paul Frank?
post #470 of 680
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You might very well be right. Are there any quality issues with Paul Frank?

For the price you are paying, they are great product. Bang for the buck product. They are made in china but under strict control and supervision. I recently met the designer and founder of the Paul Frank line. He is a stand up guy and has a passion for what he does. The glasses are excellent for their price. Dont expect Cartier quality, but for the average pair, great stuff.
post #471 of 680
CityConnection you are a becoming quite an asset to this forum/thread, it's good to see someone who knows what they are talking about. I hope you keep it up . In other related news, I've decided to skip on buying a new pair of glasses until I'm completely out of debt, credit cards are a fucking bitch.
post #472 of 680
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CityConnection you are a becoming quite an asset to this forum/thread, it's good to see someone who knows what they are talking about. I hope you keep it up .

In other related news, I've decided to skip on buying a new pair of glasses until I'm completely out of debt, credit cards are a fucking bitch.

Trust me, I dont know much about style. Im here to learn. BUT eyewear is what I do for a living, its the only thing I do well. If you have questions about eyewear, hit me up with them. I'll answer to the best of my knowledge.
post #473 of 680
Cazal used to be very edgy, its nice. I am selling a few pieces right now. BUT, these days there are so many different brands that are nice and good quality. It almost doesn't even matter where they are made, because quality control is key, when manufacturing.

I just saw Lindberg again for the season and there are TONS of colors and models. If you're looking at a Lindberg frame, ask a good optician and they will show you the catalog. It is impressive, you'd be surprised.
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Sorry for the crap quality of the pictures (I had to take screen caps from a movie), but does anybody know what frames these are? They're exactly what I want.
post #475 of 680
cant really see the pics. Just looks like tortoise and plastic.
post #476 of 680
Yeah they are, but it's the shape that I really like. I'm planning on getting the Ray-Ban RX 5121, but I think I like the shape of these even more.
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Yeah they are, but it's the shape that I really like. I'm planning on getting the Ray-Ban RX 5121, but I think I like the shape of these even more.

If you get the chance, try looking for a store with Kio Yamato and O&X. I just saw the new release today and they have some that are that style but more suitable for a small face. The quality is MUCH better, they are made in Japan with STRICT quality control. And I can almost guarantee that they will fit much more comfortably.
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If you get the chance, try looking for a store with Kio Yamato and O&X. I just saw the new release today and they have some that are that style but more suitable for a small face. The quality is MUCH better, they are made in Japan with STRICT quality control. And I can almost guarantee that they will fit much more comfortably.
I wish, but these are way outside of my price range, especially since I wear contacts most of the time anyway. Thank you very much, though.
post #479 of 680
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I wish, but these are way outside of my price range, especially since I wear contacts most of the time anyway. Thank you very much, though.

What is your budget? I can help you pick a brand a bit more economical. O&X go for about 250 or so...
post #480 of 680
what are some mykita-esque frames (metal, minamalist, sleek), that a. don't cost as much, b. come bigger?
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