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Ferrara by Etnia Barcelona

So earlier this week I wrote a blog post about the necessity of the red frame for the woman's eyewear wardrobe.  They are just too much fun to miss out on.  Why?  When you wear red people will notice your glasses, and they will tell you how great you look.  So what are you waiting for?  Select a shape that flatters your face shape, and a style that suits you personality and go for it.  Your next red pair is waiting for you at our Utica Square store.  We have many great styles to choose from, and I have curated some of my favorite red frames online here.   The model I am spotlighting today is called Ferrara by Etnia Barcelona.  In a...

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Daniel Brunson


Akashi by Etnia Barcelona

The aviator is a classic to be sure, but what has Etnia done with this great shape of the ages?  The shape that was originally designed for our grandfathers and great-grandfathers to wear in fighter planes.  They did what they always do.  They splashed some color on it. Ok, they splashed a lot of color on it.  When I count up all the blue frames I own it is safe to say that blue is my favorite color in eyewear, but it is also safe to say I have nothing like this.  Perhaps that is why I had so much fun on this shoot.  It's hard not to smile while wearing a color so vibrant as this.     It's...

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Daniel Brunson


Bari by Etnia Barcelona

Every woman should have a red frame in her eyewear wardrobe.  If you don't yet own one you just can't imagine how much fun you are missing out on.  I say this from my experience of listening to stories of clients of mine who own red specs.  They tell me they get more compliments on their red glasses than any other pair they own.  I believe the reason for this is obvious.  The rich red colors just catch the eye of onlookers in a way that no other color does.  I remember hearing once that red cars are more likely to get a speeding ticket than cars of other colors.  The red Corvette is just too easy to spot racing...

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