Joy Pecknold: Curated Collection

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Joy Pecknold, a fashion and travel writer, is the western editor of FASHION Magazine, passport blog editor for Kiwi Collection and regular contributor to MONTECRISTO Magazine. Other words she uses to describe herself include funny dancer, speed walker, karaoke keener, laysurfer and cinemaniac.

We are excited to introduce the Joy Pecknold glasses collection which features her favorite statement frames from Coastal.com.

As an avid glasses wearer and lover of bold fashion pieces, Joy isn’t afraid to take chances when it comes to her frame style. From a glamorous wide brimmed hat to a sparkle heavy statement necklace, Joy Pecknold shows us how to style some of her top frame picks.


Lightness of Being


If “Thick Black Glasses” was a place on a map, I’d live there. But lately, I’ve loved exploring my lighter side too with pale or transparent frames. We’ve seen it on the runways the last few seasons—fashion designers playing with both extremes—so it only makes sense to extend that into eyewear. You see them, and yet you don’t see them.


Masculine Feminine


Another runway hit was the masculine-feminine mix. I love this juxtaposition. While the shape of this frame is very strong and square, the thinness and flecks of lightness in the tortoise acetate lend a delicateness to it. Wearing them with a denim shirt buttoned all the way up and a bright red lip elaborates on that contrast.


Pop Art


Everyone needs a statement frame in their ocular arsenal, for those take-no-prisoners, pow-check-me-out days. Basic black has always been my default, but it gets artier and way more eye-catching when moving into colour and pattern. Bold retro styles in tortoises or reds are my current obsession. I look like I should run an art gallery, don’t I?

If you’re looking to introduce a pair of statement frames to your growing glasses collection, browse through Joy Pecknold’s selection of personal frame favorites from Coastal.com.

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