These or These and Why? Updated

Which Glasses?

  • Gucci glitter aviators GG315S with red/grey grad lens

    Votes: 5 38.5%
  • Gucci Specialized fit GG0437SA gold frame/grey lens

    Votes: 8 61.5%

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papertiger

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FUN TIME!

I obviously have other sunglasses (!) but these would be to replace trusty ltd ed tortoiseshell large-ish cat eye that I have worn for years.

My other sunnies are all quite 'statement' apart from one other pair in plain black thickish frame. I have most shapes including aviator and square. There were no great cat eyes on offer (the ones I tried were too narrow)


Gucci glitter aviators GG315S with red/grey grad lens - very JLo on me, not as 'out there' as it may seem from the description. They have the little bees on the ear piece.

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Gucci Specialized fit GG0437SA with gold frames/grey lens - totally killer (even though I do say so myself LOL) Seriously, do not mess with me while wearing these ;) They also have a loop where I could tie a scarf, ribbon, chain or cord for some 'granny-chic'

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They are both at a similar pricepoint.

My face is oval/heart shape (I need the width)
 

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I can't wear aviators myself because those little nose tags, whatever they are called, always leave marks in my skin no matter how light the glasses. But of these two, I like the uniqueness of the second ones, beautiful shape. However, it think glasses have to be seen in the face, if you have tried them on and they fit yours, go for it!
 
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I love the uniqueness of the 2nd ones. Definitely not something you’ll see on everyone unlike the first ones which are pretty standard.

I'm glad you think no 2 have something unique about them as I thought everyone would think the fine red-glitter rim, graduated lens plus bees would be more distinctive, that's great.
 
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I can't wear aviators myself because those little nose tags, whatever they are called, always leave marks in my skin no matter how light the glasses. But of these two, I like the uniqueness of the second ones, beautiful shape. However, it think glasses have to be seen in the face, if you have tried them on and they fit yours, go for it!

They both looked very good ad fitted well which partly why I'm torn. I literally go back and forth. I actually went in to buy a different pair much more comparable to the ones I broke but they didn't feel like the same great quality as these.
 

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I also like the uniqueness of 2nd pair and your own description seems to lean towards them. But I think it’s hard to say for sure without seeing them on you. Both are very cool.

Thank you, glad you think that too.

In the selfies I took in-store, the aviator style looked better, but I think I just took a terrible pic of the others on me so I don't trust the comparison. They are both very cool.
 
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