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Polo Ralph Lauren

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Polo Ralph Lauren Glasses

Ralph Lauren Glasses


The Story
Ralph Lauren founded his clothing business in 1967. His first clothing collection, Polo Ralph Lauren became the official outfitters for Wimbledon.

The brand then grew and diversified into home furnishings, as well as casual wear which are inspired by the English heritage. The finest materials combined with iconic brand elements gives this collection that unmistakable style.

The Eyewear Collection
Ralph Lauren eyewear offers every woman a timeless style but with a modern appeal. Most of the optical frames are pretty and have a slim feature which would appeal to women who have a classic fashion style.

Those who want a more contemporary look go for the thick frame arms. The simple metal detailing against the chunky design really brings the frame alive. This collection mainly consists of rectangle frames as this is the most popular frame shape. It’s easy to wear and looks great no matter what you wear.

You can also find a range of designs, from vintage silhouettes to glamorous oversized shapes. The optical collection gives the modern woman striking ways to make her own style statement. Many of the brand’s optical frames are produced from acetate plastic.

Acetate is easier to mould and kinder to the skin than metal frames, hence why there is a wide usage of the material and availability. Acetate can also be coloured and mixed with other materials or fabrics to create a really unique frame. The metal materials used to create the eyewear are usually stainless steel although you can get titanium frames too.

About Your Lenses
Give your lenses the best protection by applying a special coating on them. Try and avoid the free scratch resistant coating as it won’t do much to your lenses. They only offer protection against minor and light surface scratches.

Instead, think about investing in (at least) the anti-scratch/anti-glare lens coatings. This coating not only protects your lenses from minor scratches and abrasions, it also helps to block out reflective glare.