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    The lenses seem to be too round for my tastes. I prefer more of a rectangle.

    I do like, conceptually, where you were going with the "All Clear"

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    That's what I'm talking about... THANKS!!!! bluecar

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    I actually could see the bricktop being pretty well recieved depending on face shape. I like tortoise shell and think thats versatile for skin tone. I see pale white guys and black guys rocking those colors well.
    The clear is a little too old, my grandparents would like. The casino looks to mad scientist goggle feel.
    The fit and finish needs to be increased since Im assuming you are going for a 50$ price point. If there more expensive then that you need to give them away to celebrities and pray for a miracle.
    GL

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    Point well taken. Thanks integrate.

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    Would like to see a thinner frame, and better integration of the sides with the fronts.

    The octagonal ones are just kind of odd looking to me, I'd have to see them on a face, but remind me of the glasses that Johnny Depp was wearing in the beginning of Charlie and the Chocolate factory.

    I definitely have to agree with the "old" looking styles.

    Hope this helps.

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    Good look 07... these are the first of many designs. I have in the works various frame designs some are inspired by older shades that were out in the early 80's and some that are from more recent shades. I will also be doing some designs in different materials, leather wrapped frames, wood frames, all metal frames and whatever else my manufacture can produce.

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    I have a pair of Tom Ford TF108's that I love - classic aviator style

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    Quote Originally Posted by bimmerbrother1 View Post
    Not constructive at all, I thought I would get some real input from somebody here judging by the automobiles that are posted. Where are the real people that don't need to be programmed by watching MTV Jams to see what they will go out and buy after watching what every artist is wearing.

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    Don't belittle me.

    I dont watch MTV, i follow my own trends and likes.

    You asked, and I answered. Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen.

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    I stopped watching MTV when they stopped playing music - I'm old enough that I saw their launch..."Video killed the radio star"

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    Not feeling them myself... Quick Question, are these going to show up at the Gas Stations you find in Vegas or off major interstates or are these boutique style glasses?

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