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    Glasses- which one looks best?

    http://www.zennioptical.com/faceread...291d635b82558/
    (what I had before they broke)

    (option 1)
    http://www.zennioptical.com/faceread...291d635b82558/

    (option 2)
    http://www.zennioptical.com/faceread...291d635b82558/

    I'm a 20 year old architecture student with pretty classic style. Usually wear button downs, occasionally wear a pair of bright red chinos.. You probably get the idea.

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    Dear Andrew, all three links redirect to the website's home page. Could you post images?

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    I can't seem to figure that out.. Any suggestions on how to post them as images?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew3 View Post
    I can't seem to figure that out.. Any suggestions on how to post them as images?
    http://threads.dappered.com/faq.php?...b3_attachments

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    Or just post the product numbers so we can see the measurements and multiple angles.

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    Hi Andrew!
    As an architect I believe your style should speak for your profession, and I'm not talking turtlenecks and SAABs

    If I were you I would go for a pair of ic! berlin-s. They have more reserved styles and their unique hinge mechanism is sure to turn an eye and start some conversations. I think they would be perfect as they are classic, yet have an industrial, yet innovative air.

    I'm thinking based on your posted styles:
    http://www.ic-berlin.de/eyewear/meta...scription-rast
    http://www.ic-berlin.de/eyewear/silm...rspieler-klaus
    http://www.ic-berlin.de/eyewear/plas...rmische-morgen
    But just give em a check.


    I myself have a pair of Reykjavik Eyes, they are also fantastic, check them out as well. (http://www.reykjavikeyes.com/)

    If these are too adventurous, you can't go wrong with a pair of Oliver People's or Tom Ford ones.

    Also, what is your budget? A nice pair of glasses can get expensive, but I think one should just go for what they really like, regardless of price, after all, they will be on your face all day.

    Hope this helped

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    Of the ones you put up, I like option 1 best. The subtle tortoiseshell is nice.

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    The second pair suits your face shape best.
    BenR

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    The first option for sure. The tortoise shell keeps things more interesting.
    "A gentleman should be attired head to toe in fine natural fibers and dead animals."

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    This probably isn't very helpful, but I actually like the pair that broke the most. Any chance of getting those again?

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