The holidays are fast approaching and with the anticipation of celebratory parties both in-person and online, eyewear styling cannot help but take its place at the top of the fashion line up!
It is time to excel at your Style Game and make the offer for a 2nd or a 3rd pair of eyeglasses that will elevate a simple outfit to a festive dressed up style. Offering your client’s a new frame for the holidays helps them show up as a chic and polished version of themselves at every party. Styling a new piece of fashion eyewear that is slightly different from what they wear every day and then communicating how they can wear it all year long makes for an interesting sales fashion conversation too.
Think More Pink!
A break from offering the safe black frame into something a little bolder may have you venturing out of your styling comfort zone. It’s okay, breathe… and know that an all-black outfit paired with a wow colour frame, will elevate the simplest outfit making it party ready for that cozy intimate holiday get together. A power colour can then easily accessorize with neutrals in faux fur and cashmere for the winter months.
Sparkle without stones will always shine next to luxurious holiday outfits made of velvet, satin or silk. A versatile and contemporary piece of face jewellery that can be worn with a satin jacket for the holidays and easily complements a business suit for the office.
Style elegantly with eyewear that is in harmony with personal colouring and wardrobe colour. Keeping the palette monochromatic will elevate the look to formal when accessorized with a luxurious jacket or dress while flexible enough to be paired with a favourite pair of jeans and killer winter boots.
Eyewear styling is more important now than ever before! As we wrap up the year in celebrations, make your offer to add a holiday pair of eyeglasses to your client’s wardrobe. Communicating how a new pair of specs can be restyled and re-purposed as a winter fashion accessory for business, dinner dates or special events is a client conversation that should be top of mind as we move towards the end of the year.
– Originally published in Optik Magazine