- Usher in a new era of beguiling beauty when you wear the astute allure of the Elizabeth and James™ Centinela fashion glasses!
- These optical-quality frames require prescription lenses. No reading power is included with stock lenses.
- Cat-eye frames and sleek arms.
- Lightweight plastic clear lenses.
- Integrated nose guards.
- Most complementary face shapes: oval, heart.
- Protective case included.
- Temple Length: 136 mm
- Frame Width: 133 mm
- Weight: 1 oz
- Lens Height: 36 mm
- Lens Width: 51 mm
- Bridge: 18 mm
- This product may have a manufacturer's warranty. Please visit the manufacturer's website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for full manufacturer warranty details.
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Elizabeth and James Centinela
These are gorgeous! I purchase these last month and I'm extremely happy with them. they make a strong fashion statement with the cat eyed styled frame. Thank you Zappos!
I'd also recommend: Vera Wang and D&G
- HULDAH P - customer
- from Brooklyn New York
- March 1, 2013