There are many variations of this shape, but all the obvious markers are there: more square than rectangular, temples in the centre of the frame, and the funky bridge. Each variant is even more interesting than the last! These frames are most suitable for an oval and narrow face, since they are inherently narrow themselves due to the shape. Pictured are the Theo ‘Splitting Bamboo,’ the RAPP ‘Sherman,’ the Harry Lary ‘Gallery,’ and my personal favourite, the Blake Kuwahara ‘Cortana.’
Come in and find the most unique shapes for your face shape, and get creative with your eyewear!
Matthew Barton of Rebellion Brewing Co.
Duration - 25 MIN
Welcome back to Shady Business- The SPEX By Ryan Podcast. In this episode, we chat with Matthew Barton of Rebellion Brewing Company. We discuss the nuances of craft beer and the similarities of that and the craft eyewear that SPEX provides.Go Listen
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