I Think in Black Eyewear
One of the most loved aspects of black eyewear is that it always remains in fashion.
The dark tones give leniency with contrasting different colors and prints. Something many feel can’t be achieved by other colored frames.
Black eyewear is simple, timeless and 1950s classic, with the majority of the population still adoring the neutral look whilst still being bold.
You don’t need color or design to stand out.
“Black is modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy — but mysterious. But above all black says this: I don’t bother you — don’t bother me.” — Yohji Yamamoto
“You can wear black at any time. You can wear it at any age. You may wear it for almost any occasion and the glasses from this men and womens glasses Canada store will suit you well.” — Christian Dior
OUR TOP 3 BLACK EYEWEAR
The COCO LENI limited edition frame featured is our frame ‘Manfred.’
One which strikes strong similarities with a frame worn by the very popular actor Samuel L Jackson.
It's a stunning retro come modern style which features the timeless round shape. Perfect for those with more angled features as it softens the face shape.
This frame provides an effortless casual look which is loved by so many.
A stunningly oversized rounded look making your sharper features appear softer.
'Emilie' is one of COCO LENI’S limited edition eyewear which not only follows the slow fashion but also the unique larger style.
Even though it is more quirky than a smaller frame it still provides a classy professional look.
It’s size doesn’t affect its weight making it a comfortable and durable choice
This bold, thick style can give you a youthful look. Just like with celebrities such as Jeff Goldblum and Robert Downy Jr.
A chunkier frame is a statement piece that can be worn by anyone, regardless of age. ‘Starke’ displays the same qualities like that which is worn by the rich and famous.
Just because it’s popular amongst the celebrities doesn’t mean it will be over your budget. This look is affordable fashion.
The strong angles help to define certain facial features and draw attention to the eyes which are, as we all know, windows to the soul.