Saturday, July 14, 2012
Best Hugo Boss Eyewear
This is a short review of the Hugo Boss 0379 and a brief overview of the brand. Hugo Boss first started up the company in 1924 and has grown into a major brand with over 1000 stores and shops franchised.
The Hugo Boss eyewear collection is available for both male and female parties but today we will be looking at Hugo Boss frames from the men's collection.
The glasses are semi rimless which offers the wearer a more natural look. The rectangular frames would suit most face shapes but look best on round faces.
The glasses are available in four colours to suit every wearer with different skin tones.
Matte black offers a contemporary twist over the standard black colour which removes the tacky plastic look and replaces it with style and elegance. The black frames suits all eye colours and most complexions but avoid if you are very fair skinned.
The Brown Dark Havana frame is a great alternative to black. The tortoise shell design is perfect for those who's style is understated, and would suit all complexions and eye colours.
For those who are more daring the matte blue colour is a great choice.
These frames would enhance blue and green eyes due to the hue of the blue and the matte metallic look draws attention to the eyes.
The burgundy ruthenium would be perfect for those with hazel or brown eyes. The reddish tone compliments those with a darker complexion. However if you have a fairer complexion you can still rock this colour as it contrasts well with a lighter skin tone.
Clean cut lines depicts masculinity whilst the small detailing on the frame symbolises style and sophistication. The glasses show off the wearer's style as well as complimenting all skins tone and eye colours.
It's hard to believe that this major fashion house once started out as a small clothing workshop.
The Hugo Boss brand continues to excel in creativity, design, and quality in everything, from clothing line to its eyewear collection.
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