In 2008, this prestigious jewellery company launched its first eyewear collection. Adding to its extensive list of luxurious accessories, the brand's eyewear designs are inspired by its jewellery collections.
The TF1057G design was exclusively created for the eyewear collection. Tiffany glasses are always so elegantly crafted.
The company follows a 'less is more' approach to design which may seem a bit simple for some people although for Tiffany admirers, this understated appeal is perfect. This short review will take a closer look at the design and features of this model. Firstly, let's take a look at the design of this spectacular optical collection.
The gorgeous moonstone is beautifully surrounded by a ring of dazzling Austrian crystals. This frame looks magnificent and truly luxurious, ideal for any woman who loves a bit of sparkle with her eyewear. The moonstone and crystals give the frames a very romantic personality. The 'Tiffany & Co.' name is adorned on to the frame arm next to the jewelled temples. The inner side of the temple tips are also adorned with the brand's name on a gold oval plaque. The black acetate against the gold metal frame colour looks simply stunning.
The Tiffany 1057G is also available in two other colours; silver and pale gold. This Tiffany model in silver carries the signature Tiffany & Co. colour scheme of black, silver and 'Tiffany blue'. If gold is not your thing then try the TF1057G 6001. The pale gold model is great for women who want a more modern take on this elegant frame. Luxury items usually come with a hefty price tag.
However, if you're looking to invest in something designer, glasses are the perfect accessories. They're much cheaper than Tiffany jewellery but just as versatile as any other designer accessory such as handbag, scarf, etc. Eyes are very important to us as they help us to see however they are a part of our body we sometimes neglect. Eye health is very important so it's good to have an eye test annually or once every two years. If you wear prescription lenses, visit the opticians yearly to check that your prescription is up-to-date.