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Masculine Monday Continues: Basel Sunglasses by Oliver Peoples

Jennifer Love Hewitt OP Lips O Fire and Alex Beh Mosley Tribes Burke
Proving he’s got more than just an eye for great shades, Alex is an auteur who’s even lent his cinematic talents to a short film for Oliver Peoples entitled “Sugar.”

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About Those Shades Mentioned Earlier…

Basel Sunglasses by Oliver Peoples, and Partner Company Shades by Paul Smith and Mosley Tribes.

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Basel

CLASSIC MASCULINE SUNGLASS HANDCRAFTED OF POLISHED ACETATE WITH A STRAIGHTER TOP BAR. FEATURES METAL RIDGE DETAILING AT THE HINGE NOTABLY SEEN ON THE ZOOEY AND MACEO FRAMES. OLIVER PEOPLES LOGO PLAQUE DISCREETLY LAMINATED AT TEMPLE TIP. 6-BASE PHOTOCHROMIC, POLARIZED OR MINERAL GLASS VFX LENSES PROVIDE MAXIMUM UV PROTECTION.
FEATURES: Hinged hard case with debossed symbols; Felt interior with logo printing; synthetic exterior. Includes Oliver Peoples Microfiber Bag. Case Designed for Base 8 Frames [I.E. BB & CONWAY]

This item can only be shipped within Domestic USA.The wonderful designs of Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith and Mosley Tribes are available at all three Spectacle locations, check out Spectaclelovesyou.com for the one closest to you, and remember Spectacle Loves You!

Part of their Resort Collection, the Oliver Peoples offer a rectangular classic cut which deserves a second look. “Classic masculine sunglass handcrafted of polished acetate with a straighter top bar. features metal ridge detailing at the hinge notably seen on the Zooey and Maceo frames. Oliver Peoples logo plaque discreetly laminated at temple tip. 6-base photochromic, polarized or mineral glass VFX lenses provide maximum UV protection.”

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http://www.oliverpeoplesvintage.com/

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http://www.oliverpeoples.com/collections.html

Masculine Monday: Prince William’s Signature Style of Classic Patriotism

Oh, The Royal Wedding! Such an elegant and beautiful Alexander McQueen gown worn by Kate Middleton, decorated with the most delightful diamond drop earrings and the famous ‘something borrowed’ tiara.

With so much attention being given to the blushing Duchess, I thought today would be a perfect opportunity to recognize the classic style of Prince William. He seems to have created a new genre of men’s fashion, and I personally believe it to be absolutely brilliant!

Prince William prefers clean lines and classic fits, exuding a proper patriotic gentleman appeal that is quite easy to be enamored with.

The leading fashion trends today, from Edwardian Era Engagement Rings for the gals, to Vintage Leather Strapped Watches for the gents, seem to be showing appreciation and paying homage to the men and women of America’s early 20th century more than ever before.

With Classic evolving into Couture … Prince William’s simple, cleanly patriotic look, seen the day of The Royal Wedding, is a clear example of his fashion-conscious style.

In 2000, Prince William was highlighted by People Magazine for his personalized style. At the time, Prince William was making fashion statements with British flag stitched waistcoats, embellished with the words, “Groovy Baby.”

Prince William of Whales was 18 at the time, and has since retreated into a conservative style that unbeknownst to us, was entirely ahead of the fashion curve for men! With a constantly classic and proper wardrobe, Prince William prefers navy blue, burgundy and other regal, richly conservative colors. 

His dress shirts tend to be of either lighter blue’s, classic white or cream colored, with classic pointed medium spread collars. His suits are not slim-fitted, and the press has yet to see him sockless. This dedication to proper attire, and avoidance of the fashion trends that sit too far apart from classic are commendable. Prince William has the patriotic gentleman look pinned. Perfectly.

Gentlemen, Get Classic…

There are a few key Royal fashion tips that you should take from Prince William. For upper-dressed occasions, You can’t go wrong with sporting a classic tie clip, small patriotic accents, or navy and burgundy neck ties. On casual days,  polo shirts worn with khakis, and crew-neck sweaters on-top of button-up shirts and trousers will be a successfully royal choice every time.

Have a wonderful day, Ladies and Gentlemen!

-Alexandra at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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