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PRADA PR 23RV

PR23RVWith a timeless elegance, these rectangular full-rim PRADA glasses are popular for those looking for a sophisticated look. The acetate material used for the frame is extremely durable and functional for everyday use. There are range of frame colours to choose from for this model, making it popular for those that want a functional, yet elegant look.

 

 

 

PRADA Cinema PR 08SV

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For the retro, yet classic look, check out these PRADA glasses called Cinema. The detailing on the upper portion of the frame adds an elegant and timeless classic touch. These glasses are especially flattering for those with a triangular face or wide jaw. If a gold frame is not a choice colour, rest assured because the glasses also come in pink gold as well, as well as other colours for the detailing portion of the glasses. 

 

 

PRADA Journal PR 05RV

The PRADA Journal glasses can be dressed up or down, depending on your needs. The full frame and cat eye shape help sharpen the features of your face and are a flattering choice for women. The wide range of colours available makes these glasses a popular choice. The two-tone colour choice, called Black/Light Havana, is currently a very popular one.

 

 

 

PRADA SPR 08OS

pr08osFor the popular over-sized look, look no further than these PRADA sunglasses. Reminiscent of the Jacqueline Onassis look, the gold detailing on the temples adds a touch of elegance to these glasses and sets them apart from other over-sized sunglasses on the market. The light tinting of the glasses is also very flattering and not too dark for everyday use. If the black frames are too severe of a look, take a look at the Medium Havana or Havana colour options for these glasses.

 

 

 

PRADA ARROW PR 10RV

A classic look, the PRADA Arrow glasses are a popular unisex option. The frames come in two sizes, which means they can accommodate a range of different face shapes. These glasses are a modern combination of a classic look, crafted in a lightweight functional acetate material. Simple, yet the detailing on the temples adds a touch of elegance. Theses frames come in five different colours - for those looking for a little daring, but wanting to stay within a classic look, should take a look at the red/black colour combination for these glasses.


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