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Now Barrymore Is Also A Chic To Glam Flower Eyewear

Award-winning actress, producer, business mogul, and now daytime talk show host Drew Barrymore is also a chic to glam eyewear designer. She personally names each frame after some of her favorite movie characters.

Her sunglasses reflect Drew’s personality and style and can be worn on many face shapes. She designed a classic square shape with floral accents and an updated ‘CASEY’ aviator in rose gold. Other designs include modern-day two-toned eyewear and cat-eye in crystal gradient beige.

The ‘Beverly’ frames are complete with shimmery studs on the sides. They are styled after Drew’s character ‘Beverly’ in the 2001 film ‘Riding in Cars With Boys.’

Drew’s Reader’s collection frames express a fun, personal style, featuring handmade acetate elements available in four powers: +1.00, +1.50, +2.00 and +2.50. Select styles feature spring hinges for comfort and durability. Best of all you don’t need a prescription.

Recently launched, FLOWER Eyewear Blue Light Glasses is the newest addition to her line of frames. Named after a variety of Drew’s favorite flowers – Daisy, Violet, and Marigold, the new fashion-forward blue-light glasses come in 7 different attractive and affordable styles. Each one is yellow-tinted and scratch-resistant. The tint absorbs the blue light, blocking 40% of the rays from reaching the eye. They meet both UV400 & UV380 to block UV rays and help to prevent fatigue.

Image Source: Just Luxe

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