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Warby Parker Meridian Collection

Hola Bellezzas! It's summer time all year round in the Caribbean and sunglasses are a staple in my beauty arsenal. For the most part they serve to protect my sensitive eyes from the glaring sunlight but can also serve to change up my look or even prop my hair up from falling into my eyes. 
Introducing the new Warby Parker Meridian Collection! Now available on WarbyParker.com


Are you a renegade? A thriller seeker in search of a new adventure? Then this Meridian Collection is perfect for you and designed with the edge you are looking for.
There are three new frames in this collection fashioned with a teardrop shape that works well with many face shapes. The frames are also made from Japanese ion-plated titanium and so are quite durable in the harshest of adventure situations. 
And talking about a daring lifestyle, these beauties were named after three writers; Frederick Exley, Ellen Raskin, and Flannery O’Connor.

Let's meet the Exley:
 
Frederick Exley was an American writer who was best known for his work in the memoir A Fan's Notes.


Introducing the Flannery:

Flannery O'Connor was another American writer whose most notable work included Wise Blood and A Good Man is Hard to Find.


And finally the Raskin:
Ellen Raskin was an American writer, illustrator and fashion designer with notable works called The Westing Game and Figgs and Phantoms.



Each of these three design are available in Jet Silver and Polished Gold. The blue shade Raskin is my favorite since it reminds me of that clear blue skies ahead out on the open road leading to every and anywhere and the crystal clear blue waters of the ocean just waiting to be plunged into. 

For more information on the Meridian Collection which launches today, be sure to visit Warby Parker online or in stores nearby.




Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



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