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post #496 of 1899
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Originally Posted by willy cheesesteak View Post
What are these?




Those also kind of look like these Nom De Guerre x Oliver Peoples

http://www.electricroulette.com/2008...-guerre-x.html
post #497 of 1899
I've been thinking about purchasing some clear framed sunglasses and I'm trying to decide between these two pairs:

PS x OP
http://slamxhype.com/fashion/clear-frame-sunglasses/

Retrosuperfuture
http://www.eyegoodies.com/Super-Crystal-pr-17135.html

I generally have a tan complexion during the summer, so should I steer clear of the beige/crystal frames of the PS x OP?
post #498 of 1899
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Originally Posted by ArliHawk` View Post
Marcolin, who also makes Mont Blanc, makes Tom Ford.

Correct, also Robert Cavali, Miss Sixty, Dsquared2, and other names. If you can snag Tom Forad at under 200, thats a steal! But I hope its not fake!
post #499 of 1899
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Originally Posted by MyMorningJacket View Post
I've been thinking about purchasing some clear framed sunglasses and I'm trying to decide between these two pairs:

PS x OP
http://slamxhype.com/fashion/clear-frame-sunglasses/

Retrosuperfuture
http://www.eyegoodies.com/Super-Crystal-pr-17135.html

I generally have a tan complexion during the summer, so should I steer clear of the beige/crystal frames of the PS x OP?

the PS is going to be 100x the frame that super is. I personally prefer the styling as well, but then again, I don't find the 80s "ironic" yet so oversized wayfarers aren't on my list of must-haves.
post #500 of 1899
Thanks Dave. I knew the PS were higher quality and luckily a local eye glasses store can order the frame and let me them on before having to buy.
post #501 of 1899
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Originally Posted by Jokerman View Post
Can someone identify the sunglasses Daniel Auteuil wears in MR73?
I still haven't found it yet either. I've got the tip to look for Oliver Peoples (strummer) glasses, but those arent the ones either.
post #502 of 1899
Anyone know where I can find round, clear-framed sunglasses like Leon wore in The Professional? I'm having a hard time locating something like them.





post #503 of 1899
Im going to order some Ray Ban Wayfarers but have a question about which size to get. The Sunglasses I currently wear are 58mm Eye and 12mm Bridge. On the 2140's I have the choice between 50mm Eye and 22 Bridge or 54mm Eye and 18mm Bridge. Which one do you think would be the better fit? I would try on but no place near me sells these(surprising I know).
post #504 of 1899
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Originally Posted by Jokerman View Post
Im going to order some Ray Ban Wayfarers but have a question about which size to get. The Sunglasses I currently wear are 58mm Eye and 12mm Bridge. On the 2140's I have the choice between 50mm Eye and 22 Bridge or 54mm Eye and 18mm Bridge. Which one do you think would be the better fit? I would try on but no place near me sells these(surprising I know).

I think you should go with the 54-18. It is closer in size to your current and also a 22mm bridge is quite wide.
post #505 of 1899
I'd like to find a pair of 649's - beat up or not - for under a hundred.

post #506 of 1899
Im looking for vintage style flip up sunglasses that are rimmed (preferably metal) to fit on a pair of Moscot Yukel 48/22s. I've ordered a pair of Polaroid ones for driving but would like one that have a rim around the lens. I'm thinking of Tom Hank's character in Catch Me If You Can.
post #507 of 1899
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Originally Posted by chroMe View Post
Im looking for vintage style flip up sunglasses that are rimmed (preferably metal) to fit on a pair of Moscot Yukel 48/22s. I've ordered a pair of Polaroid ones for driving but would like one that have a rim around the lens. I'm thinking of Tom Hank's character in Catch Me If You Can.

This will be very difficult if even available. I know you can buy rimless omes that can be cut to size. And metal ones that are clipped on with prongs, but havent seen what are you describing. Although I have seen one that came with glasses but in metal.
post #508 of 1899
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post
I think you should go with the 54-18. It is closer in size to your current and also a 22mm bridge is quite wide.

I think I'd have to disagree with you on this one. I would guess that dudes current frames are some sort of aviator style or else 58s would be windshields. In order to preserve the same overall proportions with a different style frame I'd say go with the 50s. besides, XL wayfarers look retarded on all but about 1% of the population.
post #509 of 1899
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Originally Posted by dave View Post
I think I'd have to disagree with you on this one. I would guess that dudes current frames are some sort of aviator style or else 58s would be windshields. In order to preserve the same overall proportions with a different style frame I'd say go with the 50s. besides, XL wayfarers look retarded on all but about 1% of the population.

These are my current ones.
post #510 of 1899
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Originally Posted by dave View Post
I think I'd have to disagree with you on this one. I would guess that dudes current frames are some sort of aviator style or else 58s would be windshields. In order to preserve the same overall proportions with a different style frame I'd say go with the 50s. besides, XL wayfarers look retarded on all but about 1% of the population.

I understand what you mean, but in all fairness a 22 bridge on a 50 eye is very large. The gap between the lenses will not look proportionate.
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