Continuing my marathon frame review from last week, I'm exploring the Tory Burch brand and a pair of frames from her line. First off, I think Tory Burch is fabulous. I have two pairs of her sunglasses that fit like a dream and in turn make me feel fabulous. To say I'm a little biased is an understatement. However, when Dr.Ephraim gave me the Tory Burch frames he wanted me to try I was immediately disappointed.
First things first, let me say that I'm not a bold person. I don't wear a lot of bright colors or loud things and last year when I went for round frames instead of rectangle for my night time glasses I thought I was taking the world's biggest risk.
Fast forward to these Tory Burch Frames. They turned me off so much simply because they were so bright. They were blue tortoise frames that combined light and navy shades of blue together. I was worried with my complexion and hair color they would stick out on my face look a sore thumb.
I must say, I was very pleased with how these frames looked on my face though. Tory Burch is known for her sensible and classic style, and these (to me) didn't have the same feel as some of her other sunglasses and frames. However, they felt amazing and fit my face shape so well. I felt confident and beautiful in them, which is how you should feel in anything you wear. They were comfortable and I forgot I had them on at some points of the day because they were very light.
I paired the frames with a blue scarf in hopes of pulling some of the blue from the frames and complimenting them. The reception from these were equally as positive from the woodgrain ProDesign Denmark's. I think the reason everyone liked these so much on me were they were so different from what they've seen me in before. I think this proves that sometimes taking a risk on some bold frames pays off.
Tory Burch sunglasses and frames are available at Dr.Ephraim's office.