Womens Pearl GlassesCustomer Favorites
Vera Wang V008 OL Olive Pearl eyeglasses are dainty and elegantly divine. This petite frame has a subtle oval cateye shape with an iridescent olive exterior and satiny green interior. The temples are an extension of the same palette, constructed from a lightweight acetate for comfortable extended wear.
Vogue VO2737 2008 Red Pearl Pink eyeglasses are graceful and sweet. This full acetate frame is pretty in a luscious rose tone with a pearlescent pink lining. The temples are marked with Vogue branding and adorned with a polished silver floral decal.
3.1 Phillip Lim Pearl Black Blue eyeglasses are daringly marvelous. This dramatic cateye style has a bold black, glossy acetate finish with rounded lenses and a classic keyhole shaped bridge. The sturdy temples are sky blue and accented only by the discreet golden hinges in the shape of an upside-down L.
Vogue VO2808H 1567 Striped Black eyeglasses are chic and classy. This acetate frame has a luscious black background with a glittery crystal crackling effect sprinkled throughout. The hinges feature double cutout circles linked together by a single white pearl, giving the temples the most feminine of touches.
B.U.M. Equipment Cloudy Wine eyeglasses are a dainty, feminine style. This lightweight metal frame comes in a pretty metallic mauve. The acetate arms have a mother of pearl effect in rich reds, pinks, purples, and peach hues for a pretty finishing touch.
Rampage 102 Brown eyeglasses have a timeless, yet modern, design. The shiny metal of the exterior has brown and pink highlights for a feminine finish. A pretty crystal detail on the hinge features Bongo branding, while the semi-transparent brown exterior on the arms and mother of pearl interior provide the perfect finishing touches.
Roxy RO3540 403 Black Transparent eyeglasses have definite geek-chic style. The round lenses, and accented cateye temples create a vintage style, while the glossy black acetate finish keeps it timeless. The arms are a glossy cherry wood finish with a mother-of-pearl effect for added depth.