Wedding Style

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With traditions changing along with the times, it’s no surprise that wedding trends are evolving. All aspects of the special day are key and important, but walking down the aisle is when everyone’s eyes are on you. That being said, the question remains: do you keep the frames on or off for that momentous occasion?

We asked six of our married co-workers for their opinion on glasses style for the big day.

Wedding Style #1

“This bride shows confidence with her frames as her only accessory on her wedding day. I love the simplicity of the dress and the sparkle in her eye.” – Utako, married 6 years

Get the Look: Ray-Ban 5228 5014 Black White Texture

Wedding Style #2

“The undone hair and soft gown beautifully match this bride’s choice to wear her stylish frames on her day. I love that it demonstrates how feminine and delicate you can still look at your wedding.” – Shannon, married 11 years

Get the Look: Love L766 Pink

Wedding Style #3

“I like this bride’s polished look as her rimless frames compliment her shorter hair and strapless dress. She looks smart and sophisticated.” – Natsuki, married 2.5 years

Get the Look: Silhouette 6570 Shiny Purple Peridot 6053

Wedding Style #4

“I love the complementary style of this couple! By both wearing their frames they demonstrate a new way to bridge their looks.” – Andrea, married 8 years

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Wedding Style #5

“This bride appears unafraid to be an individual at her wedding. The dress is simple and the frames make the statement. She jumped past the standard fare and seems completely comfortable on her day.” – Jennie, engaged to be married

Get the Look: Joseph Marc 4079 Brown Tort

Wedding Style #6

“I love the fun and coy details that this bride has selected. From her tinted waistband to the cute hairpiece and bold frames she ties together the elements very well.” – Kam, married 3.5 years

Get the Look: Kam Dhillon 3017 Black Oyster

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