IÂ´m partial to Revo. Â Not as stylish as the Persols (which IÂ´ve had), but the optics are very good.
I have studied optics and practiced optical engineering (my excuse for spelling mistakes.). The coatings on the Revo's were the BEST of any glasses I tried. When you try on glasses, look not only at your face and tie/collar/suit combination in the mirror but at other things. Look outside, leave your credit card on the counter and take two or three pairs outside the mall. Look far, look near. Look at the parked cars, see if you can see inside the parked cars halfway across the parking lot. See if this depends on which glasses you have on. Look at trees. Look at chromatic aberations at the edge of far objects, not only in the center of your field of view but at the periphery (this is also an excellent test for binoculars). Other good glasses were from Nikon and Zeiss. Having broken my revos (no spare cash as I have three kids now), I have a pair of glass bolles for driving. Not bad. I also keep a pair of ray-ban yellow/orange winter glasses. These are excellent for driving in blizards as they enhance your depth perception. Hope this helps