FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

Gear up for Spring

March 11, 2016

Gear up for Spring

Let’s face it: the dark and cold winter days are over (at least in Italy) and we’re heading toward the best months of the year, so it’s time to shake off the winter blues for good and enjoy some quality time outside.

As much as we love layering garments during the winter, mixing patterns and textures, we all get to a point at which we cannot stand cold weather and grey sky anymore.
Being able to keep the same personal style regardless of the season (or at least avoiding to look like a totally different person when the weather changes) is a feature that we appreciate a lot, in fact, all The Quiet Before sunglasses and optical frames are designed to suit people all year round following the evolution of your seasonal wardrobe.

So, the next time you feel the need to go out for a walk in the pleasant spring breeze, stop by to your local independent optical store and get yourself a pair of The Quiet Before or, if you prefer to spend your free time doing something you love instead of shopping, consider heading over to our online shop and find the right pair for you.






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