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Pair in Focus - Meet Brenda Scott!

Say 👋 to our friend Brenda! She wears both the Larkin and the Ella and loves to change up her glasses style to go from professional to colorful and fun mode.

Pair in Focus - Meet Brenda Scott


Name: Brenda Scott

Top Frames in Collection: "I currently have about 35 but who's counting."

Which Top Frame best describes your personality? "I have the Ellas and the Larkins. Solid color tops for the serious professional and the bright colors and patterns when I enter my playful comedic mode."

What’s your glasses story?

"I started wearing glasses as a child. We couldn't afford more than one pair let alone different colors. I had the basic boring black frames. I didn't like wearing glasses because other kids would call me names like "four eyes." Made me not want to wear them. As an adult I started wearing contacts but my eyes would constantly dry."

Pair in Focus - Meet Brenda Scott

What do you love about your PAIR?

"Everything!!! So many colors, lightweight, stability with tops not falling off, easy storage."

Do you have any tips for PAIR wearers?

“Have fun finding "the look" for you.”

Pair in Focus - Meet Brenda Scott


Follow Brenda on Instagram to keep up with her growing collection and get more style inspiration! 

How do you wear your PAIR? Tag us (@paireyewear) in your photos with #WearPAIR for a chance to be featured next time!

 

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Frame Width:

The width of the front of the frame.

Lens Height:

The vertical diameter of one lens

Bridge Width:

The width of the bridge section

Lens Width:

The horizontal diameter of one lens

Temple Length:

The length of the temple arm, from the front of the frame to the end tip