Who is Polette?
For those unfamiliar with this brand, Polette is a very fashionable French eyewear brand that offers great affordable prices on sunglasses to single vision and progressive lenses. They offer a lot of fun style of frames to choose from, and their team seems to consist of very driven, passionate, and creative individuals. The reason they are able to make such good quality frames at such affordable prices is because they basically cut out the middle man, or break up the chain of intermediates, and ship directly to you from their workshops, so there are no extra costs on their part.
Paris Frames– Polette Eyewear
School Uniform– Syndrome Store
Over-Knee Socks– H&M
Camera Pendant Necklace– Betsey Johnson
Oxfords- Steve Madden
They have a lot of customization options on their frames as well, from tint color, to single vision lens choices for low corrections or high corrections (which is what I have). In my opinion, Polette is a great choice for those without eye insurance and don’t wish to spend a fortune on glasses, or for those looking for new, chic designs and want to support more independent and emerging companies.
I haven’t updated my eye glasses in over 3 years, so it is so wonderful to finally wear a pair designed by Polette. They are the Paris frames. I have a few pairs of their sunglasses, but this is my first time owning a pair of their eyeglasses. As someone who needs daily vision correction, these frames are now a big part of my life. I love them! They fit perfectly on my face and they feel so nice! They are definitely great quality eyeglasses, just like their sunglasses. I have also been getting a lot of compliments on them. I own the ones with a black frame, but they are also available in a tortoiseshell/animal print frame, called Paris Leo. Both frames start at $16.99
I am wearing my new Japanese seifuku from Syndrome Store. Besides yesstyle.com, this is another online store I’d highly recommend if you are looking for cute fashion from various parts of Asia. They have lots of clothes and accessories to choose from! Did you know that Japanese school uniforms actually originated from European naval uniforms? Now seifuku’s are a big part of Japanese culture. I hope you all have a wonderful day!
Photos of me by @2071photo