When it comes to purchasing prescription glasses, we’ve little choice but to choose frames that align with our budget. But whether it’s those flimsy, nose-pinching shapes or frames that cost as much as a small Italian sports car, the glasses we can afford don’t always correspond with the image we want to convey.
If you’re searching for a new way of buying specs, head to a Bailey Nelson store for a fresh perspective. The unisex collection is brimming with character and peers from sleek, floating shelves that cradle spectacles and sunglasses named after literary idols. ‘Fleming’ features stylish square frames and rounded corners, while ‘Yeats’ bears a distinct keyhole bridge and ‘Bronte’ furrows its striking brow in a nod to the 1960s club master, just to reference a few.
Comprising over 25 styles, the unisex range is cleverly designed to accommodate both prescription opticals and sunglasses. With new designs added each season, complete frames are available from just $95.
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