Sunglasses shopping can be unduly difficult. You have to first sift through legions of online outlets to find a reputable retailer, then choose from among thousands of styles in dozens of colorways.

I’ve partnered up with FlashFrames to share a simpler way to shop for new eyewear. As I have a lower-rooted nasal bridge, using reference photos from people who share my profile and facial bone structure can help me find styles that are more likely to be flattering on me. 



The process is intuitive and uncomplicated: simply drag and drop (or upload) the desired image from your desktop to the FlashFrames home page, and its algorithm will generate a number of similar styles sold by reputable online retailers for you to choose from (with results that are a mix of designer and budget).

You can also browse for styles using more traditional methods, like by gender and by frame shape.

I’ve been looking for a pair of more affordable sunglasses to relieve my Fendi sunglasses, and these Foster Grant Jet Set sunglasses fit the bill perfectly and are incredibly affordable.

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For more inspiration, you can find FlashFrames on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (@GetFlashFrames).


I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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