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Tom Ford Sunglasses

Tom Ford sunglasses are crafted in Italy using high-quality materials and meticulous attention to detail. They’re extremely popular and are well-known for their sophisticated style and elegance. Combined with their company’s prestige as a globally acclaimed designer brand, it’s easy to understand why Tom Ford sunglasses are so desired. SmartBuyGlasses sell a range of Tom Ford sunglasses in an assortment of different shapes, colors, and patterns to suit everyone. Whatever your taste or style, we have a pair of Tom Ford sunglasses for you. Let’s get started.


Tom Ford prescription sunglasses

Many of our Tom Ford sunglasses have the option for you to add your prescription at the checkout. To ensure your Tom Ford prescription sunglasses have an accurate prescription, visit your local optician for an eye test, or use our popular Lens Scanner to discover your current glasses prescription. To find out more about finding and reading your glasses prescription, read our optician’s guide.


With SmartBuyGlasses, you can expect your prescription to be 100% accurate. As we are a credible retailer, you can feel reassured that your glasses will be high-quality and authentic. Shopping with us will protect you from purchasing fake or low quality Tom Ford sunglasses online.


Tom Ford round sunglasses

Beat the heat with a pair of Tom Ford round sunglasses, and get ready to block out the sun in style. The Tom Ford sunglasses collection offers round sunglasses in all kinds of colors and patterns, from tortoiseshell to vibrant pinks, classic black to luxury silver. Festival-ready Tom Ford round sunglasses will create a 70s John Lennon look for party occasions. Round sunglasses are high in demand due to the intelligent-looking style they give off and are one of the most recognized statement pieces of the 21st century. 


Tom Ford round sunglasses work well with any face shape, so anyone can rock a pair! However, round frames suit people with heart and square faces the most, as they define and soften strong features while adding contrast to your face. If you aren’t sure what face shape you have, check out our face shape guide to uncover which frame style suits you best.

Tom Ford Sunglasses - Frequently Asked Questions

Marcolin Group has produced and distributed Tom Ford sunglasses for over 17 years. Tom Ford combines the best Italian craftsmanship with a strong ability to intercept and revolutionize the fashion world. Every single pair of Tom Ford sunglasses is an object to be desired, worn, and lived in: the ultimate symbol that represents individual taste and aesthetics. Excellence is what distinguishes Tom Ford from other brands, so you can expect nothing but the best with your Tom Ford sunglasses.

You can rest assured that every pair of Tom Ford sunglasses offers the standout quality and attention to detail that you should expect from the award-winning, high-end brand. The majority of Tom Ford sunglasses are made of either metal or acetate, which is stronger, more flexible, and more durable than regular plastic


Let’s not forget about the subtle ‘T’ along the hinges and prominent ‘TOM FORD’ etched on the earpieces that make every pair instantly recognizable as an original Tom Ford frame. With Tom Ford sunglasses, you are guaranteed to look and feel good, no matter what you are wearing. 

Polarized lenses eliminate glare and make it easier to see in sunny conditions while protecting your eyes from UV rays. They also make images appear clearer, and sharper, and improve depth perception. We have a selection of polarized Tom Ford sunglasses that are perfect for those who spend a lot of time outdoors in bright conditions. If you want to find out more about polarized lenses, read our short guide.