We believe in the transformative power of fashion. What we wear has a direct effect on the way we feel, and the way we feel directly affects how we do just about everything. (Hey, we’re all just trying to live our best lives.)
For some, personal style is all about the shoes; for others, it’s handbags. For Oprah, glasses are number one. After all, if eyes are in fact the window to one’s soul, shouldn’t they be framed just as fashionably as the rest of us?
As such, we’d be wise to take a cue from Lady O, known for her extensive and impressive eyewear collection of statement-making styles. (Remember her famous speech at the Golden Globes that sparked the #Oprah2020 rumors? No doubt, you’ll also remember she wore glasses.) When Oprah pronounces a favorite in the eyewear category, suddenly a winner comes into focus.
And so, peep these Ryan Simkhai readers, making their debut on this year’s Oprah’s Favorite Things list. Chic, modern, and offered in multiple colors and flattering shapes—gone are the days when everything in your outfit works, except your glasses. Added bonus: the lenses are scratch-resistant, so they work just as hard as you do.
These eyeglasses are the ultimate one-and-done accessory. We love the variety of options to instantly convey personal style and transform any look. And if we’re being honest, these statement frames are the perfect low-effort move to communicate to the world, “I’m pulled together.” (Particularly useful for those Zoom calls.)
In life, decisions can be tough, and fashion decisions are no exception—with so many factors to consider—your mood today, your mood next week, price point, necessity…. And while admittedly, it’s been a bit harder this year to make a case for certain fashion purchases (looking at you, high heels!), you do actually need to be able to see. And a pair of new frames (or two) is always a good idea. As Oprah once said when trying to choose which eyewear styles to buy, “I can actually have both, what the heck!”
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