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Burberry Glasses

Thomas Burberry


About The Brand
Burberry is the oldest fashion companies around; it was started in 1856 by Thomas Burberry. His idea and dream was to create outerwear that was functional and innovative. This high-end luxury brand is internationally known for its high quality goods, innovation, and style. The company’s signature trademarks are the check and quilting patterns, and the equestrian knight logo.

Proudly British
The company produces accessories and other clothing garments but outerwear still remains at the heart of this British brand. The eyewear collection, launched in 2006, is always inspired the brand’s British identity and signature icons. All of the optical models have an elegant British glamour appeal; these frames are perfect for those who appreciate practicality and simplistic beauty. The optical collection for women consists of many classic styles such as rectangle, oval, and cat-eye frames.

The Eyewear
These styles are quite feminine which would soften the wearer’s face shape and enhance facial features. The optical collection for men has more squared and rectangle frames. There are more products available for women than men as this luxury brand is more aimed towards women. If you wear prescription lenses, you will understand that your eyewear is an investment to your eye health so taking good care of your eyewear is important. Your Burberry glasses should last you for a long time thanks to the superior quality materials used to produce the eyewear.

Maintenance And Care
However, there are some things you can to keep your frames in top shape. By cleaning your lenses daily, storing your glasses in its case when not worn and putting on/taking off your frames properly will help to prolong its life. You should get your glasses re-adjusted at least twice a year as normal wear and tear will cause the frame joints to loosen slightly. You can do this at your local opticians; the service is usually done for free or at a small charge.