Glamour, Elegance, Sensuality, Celebrity: all these words may come to mind when we think of the over-the-top pizzazz of Versace sunglasses. As an authorized dealer of designer brands, FramesDirect.com gets access to the latest additions to their collections. Recently Versace added some really fun new colors to their sunglasses selection, and we’re sensing a trend!
Purples. lilacs, mauves, plums, call them what you like, but VIOLET VERSACE just sounds right! Some of the new passionately purple styles are only available with prescription lenses. So now, with spring approaching, is a great time to get yourself set up with a customized pair fitted with your Rx. Then you’ll see as fabulously as you look!
Lets take a closer look at some of the styles that are in bloom for Versace sunglasses…
With a cat-eye shape and some intricate metallic detailing on the temples, these frames are the opposite of boring. This striped violet concoction that fades into an amber-heavy Havana tint will be flattering on many skin tones. And the trademark Versace Medusa logo will scare off any haters!
Another, more subtly violet pair here, that also fade into a stripey Havana. The metallic stud accents on the temples give this girly pair of sunglasses a bit of an edge and the brown gradient lens means your eyes are protected but you’re not completely incognito.
These last three purple pairs are available to be made up with your prescription lenses. Hey, there’s no shame in needing a little vision correction, especially when you look this good. But don’t worry about the versatility of the bright colors – all these styles have black, tortoise, and other more low-key options. These VE4294’s fade from a dark berry to a translucent violet.
If you truly embrace Versace in all its glory, you’re probably looking for the extra large, bold Medusa insignia that is the tell-tale mark of Donatella. Here are two different shapes (in gorgeous grape) that feature the famous gold Versace symbol very prominently on the temple. You just have to decide whether you’re going for the cat-eye or the ultra-hip round lenses.