Confident and outgoing, Sharon’s personality is enhanced by her sophisticated style. But she has yet to achieve the same level of confidence when wearing glasses; making the switch from contact lenses to frames was a big step for her. To ease Sharon comfortably into fashion eyewear, Edward Beiner and his team chose a style that embraced her personality and was versatile for multiple occasions. “With Sharon’s beautiful natural features and fair skin, she could definitely look great in a bolder frame, but it was more important for us that she was comfortable,” says Beiner, who selected the WACKS style by Oliver Peoples. Inspired by the masculine styles popular in the ’50s, this women’s frame combines classic curves with a slight cateye shape for a hint of glamour, creating a clean and elegant look. Though she loved the style, Sharon still needed to be convinced. To quell her insecurity about thick lenses, the eyewear specialists recommended their Signature High Definition lenses. This digitally manufactured, high-index lens improves the lens’ cosmetic appearance, providing an attractive look and a clearer field of vision.
Looking great is important but comfort ranks high too. The patient eyewear experience is more than finding a frame that fits; the lenses are a crucial part of the total eyewear package. “We encourage our eyewear specialists to help customers find a comfortable balance between fashion and function,” says Beiner. By staying attuned to their patients’ needs, Beiner and his team have struck the perfect harmony between fashion and function.
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Makeup by Ivan Pol provided by CreamBeauty.com; Hair by Green Apple Salon