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Ivory Tortoise Glasses
Ivory tortoise glasses are designed with a mottled, monochrome tortoiseshell pattern in neutral shades of blonde. This combination results in a frame that bridges the gap between a classic and modern aesthetic — perfect for anyone looking to upgrade their eyewear to a unique frame that’s effortlessly cool, and easy to match with any outfit.
We make our Ivory tortoise glasses with acetate — a plant-based material that’s durable, lightweight, and skin and eco-friendly, making it perfect for eyeglasses.
Cat-eye glasses were made to stand out. The rounded shape and sharp corners make a frame with an attitude and confidence that’s suitable for both business and casual wear. Shades of pale ivory add an extra sassy touch to this timeless style.
Oval ivory tortoise frames
Oval frames paired with an ivory tortoise pattern take an understated classic and turn it into something modern and bold. This style complements a square or rectangular face shape, softening and balancing strong features.
Rectangle frames in ivory tortoise
Rectangular frames are always on-trend and instantly enhanced when paired with an ivory tortoise pattern. Eyeglasses with sharper features are perfect for adding definition to rounder face shapes, so consider rectangular frames if your face is more circular or oval.
Lenses for Ivory Tortoise-Shell Glasses
Blue light blocking lenses
If you spend a lot of time in front of a screen, you may want to consider blue light blocking lenses for your new glasses. Overexposure to harmful blue-violet may cause eye discomfort, and a blue light filter can help make screen time more comfortable.
Transitions lenses effortlessly adapt to changing light conditions, becoming darker outdoors and clear indoors. This convenient lens option is perfect for completing your new ivory tortoise glasses.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.
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