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Versace Men's Prescription Glasses

Versace was launched by an Italian designer, Gianni Versace in 1978. Since then, they have become popular in the luxury fashion world for their opulent designs, superior craftsmanship, and intricate detailing. Versace’s men's line is the epitome of class and individuality, their glasses being no exception. 

 

Are the Versace Sunglasses worth it?

 

Since Versace is a luxury brand, their sunglasses come with a high price point. However, if you pick a statement pair that aligns well with your style, they might be worth the splurge. There is no doubt that each of Versace's sunglasses is beautifully designed and created with excellent precision and attention to detail. They use the best quality materials to ensure you can wear them for years to come, without damage. So if you want to invest in a pair of luxury glasses that you can wear forever, Versace sunglasses might just be worth it.

 

What signature design elements are featured in Versace men's glasses?

 

Versace’s collection of men’s eyeglasses often features some trademark design elements. This includes their infamous Medusa emblem and their logo branding that is often engraved or embossed on the temple arms. Their glasses often feature gold hardware as well. These are seen in the form of gold hinges or gold temples.

 

How can I choose Versace men's glasses that compliment my face shape and personal style?

 

As a general rule, experts suggest opting for eyewear that is opposite to your face shape. For example, if you have a rounded face, opt for square or rectangular frames. Similarly, if you have a square face, you should pick a round or oval-shaped frame to suit your face. People with an oval-shaped face can usually get away with most frames. This applies to both, fashion and prescription glasses. It’s best to try a variety of different glasses and see which one looks best on you and also complements your style. If you’re buying online, do a virtual try-on/