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2019's Reader Favorite Optical Styles

We asked and you answered! These are the preferred ophthalmic styles of INVISION readers.

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Kensie in Paradise (ABOVE)

Kenmark EYEWEAR has released the latest Fall/Winter campaign for Kensie starring Bachelorette in Paradise’s Hannah Godwin. This season’s campaign is all about “making pretty” and features Godwin in a secret garden setting wearing all six new styles ­— with names like Dream, Be Yourself, Positive (shown) and Cherish — introduced for fall. MSRP: $148 (opticals), $98 (suns) kenmarkeyewear.com

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Blake Hutto, OD

Article One

“Light, simple, and timeless.” Handcrafted in Northern Italy, the Runyon 09 is a stainless steel frame with titanium nosepads.

(810) 768-3795, articleoneeyewear.com

$285

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Bob McBeath

Helium

The 4342 is a modern-day clubmaster made with Italian acetate and etched metal temples that “fits well.”

(877) 886-2824, matcheyewear.com

$200

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Selina McGee, OD

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Garrett Leight

While Meryl Streep wears the slightly larger sun version of this style, the optical Vista is a “retro frame that looks consistently good on everyone.” This flared cat-eye shape with matching temple tips is ideal for petite and oval face shapes.

(310) 392-2100, garrettleight.com

$335

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Harris Decker

Blake Kuwahara

A true two-in-one design, the Blore is a frame within a frame, featuring a crystalline silhouette built around—really housing—a classic design.

(949) 637-3087, blakekuwahara.com

$625

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Sabina Krasnov

Face Á Face

“The feet!” The excitement for the signature shoe on Bocca frames is very real. In the Pixel, the shoe takes a more abstract route, but it is most definitely present, with its fluorescent heel glowing in contrast to a matte acetate.

faceaface-paris.com

$620

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Doreen Erbe

Modo

Offering a nod to the 50s, the 4520 is part of the Paper-Thin Acetate collection, which features combination frames that pair titanium with acetate. It’s described by one reader as “light and comfortable,” and is part of her personal collection.

modo.com

$300

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Pam Peters

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Morel

The Lightec 30087L features high-definition acetate, the company’s screwless, springless Omicron hinge, and beta-titanium nosepads. This is one of the many “lightweight” styles from Morel that are often a hit with patients.

morel-france.com

$249

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Readers: Jenna Gilbertson and Heather Harrington

Lafont

The Clin D’Oeil brings stainless steel and acetate together in “a really amazing, sassy combination” and the rose gold colorway is “awesome on pale skin.”

lafont.com

$589

2019’s Reader Favorite Optical Styles

Reader: Dave Schultz, OD

Todd Rogers

Part of the WHIM collection, the Pauper brings color and texture together with innovative design. This style is a “great shape,” with a “hexagonal top and round bottom, and awesome color combos!”

(800) 601-0620, toddrogerseyewear.com

$330

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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