Our Favourite Frames
Here at the Glenmore Landing Vision Center, it’s no lie that many of our staff members have worked in the optical industry (and in our office) for over half of their lives. So to say that these ladies know optical and eyewear is an understatement. Not only does our team of knowledgeable dispensers work in the biz, but for many of them wearing great eyewear is a passion too. So when new frames and collections hit our shelves our team definitely takes note of what’s in. So, because they are our experts in eyewear, we thought it worthwhile to showcase our staff’s picks of their favorite frames that we have in our office for the fall 2020 season.
Winter 2021 Eyeglass Trends – Our Staff’s Picks!
An eyeglass trend that isn’t going away anytime soon is the cat-eye shape. And, Pam’s favorite fall frames are on point this season, with the cat-eye shape toping her picks! Her selection for her fall 2020 favorite frames include a classic tortoiseshell in an edgy new mount design, a beautiful new soft floral print from Dolce & Gabbana, along with a more edgy exotic Lafont cheetah pattern that will for sure bring out your wild side.
Roses are red… Deb’s hot new picks of the season include another beautiful floral design from Dolce & Gabanna, along with a new enviously green Vanni and a pair of truly unique studded specs by Moschino that just scream rock n’ roll!
Bonnie’s picks are spot on and perfect for the holiday season. Her top choices for fall 2020 include two different showy polka dot print frames from Lafont and Dolce & Gabanna along with another unique Crystal frame by Dolce and Gabbana that looks like it has been chiseled from ice – a frame that for sure Elsa would be envious of!
Amber’s picks are a mix of retro style with high fashion vibes. Her favorite frames at the moment include a bold Chanel frame. A new Tiffany & Co. frame that sports a subtle cat-eye in trendy pink crystal hues. And a Munic frame (men’s frame) that is versatile and stylish with the key-hole nose bridge and classic tortoiseshell pattern.