The Washington Post | Spring 2015 Glasses Trends

With spring comes a sense of renewal and reinvention, and spring 2015’s glasses trends offer the possibility of incorporating new motifs into your wardrobe. Our recent article in The Washington Post we introduce ways to Bend the Trend with your eyewear this season allowing you to strike the right balance between trends and your own style sensibility.

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We met with Casey-Jo, Chad, Britney, and Jamie to see how they would take on four key spring trends, Full Circle, Shades of Pale, 70’s Hustle, and French Pop, and make it their own.

Full Circle

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Shades of Pale

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There’s a beautiful sort of essence to timelessness, and I think trends come and go but [you] can take elements of those trends and make it your own. Jamie Collins

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70’s Hustle

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French Pop

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Bending the Trend, I would say, is taking a piece from any era or any genre and making it work with your lifestyle and your wardrobe and your own personal style. Casey-Jo Loos

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