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Bailey Nelson is inspired by the glasses worn in 1950s by intellectuals. The price is very affordable at £ 98.00 including prescription lenses. They are made with 1950s acetates from Italy and there are about 170 styles so it won't be difficult to find the one you like.
This model is the Cormac 1 and it reminds me of those glasses worn by Marilyn Monroe in " How to marry a millionaire". The black frame is made softer by the transparent lower part so that only the "flick" of the glasses are visible.
This is the Kipling 3 model. As you can see every model has got the name of a great writer. The matte wood pattern softens up the thick frame and straight brow line. This model is available in tortoise shell or black as well.
This is the Orwell 1, quite rounded and perfect for different face shapes. Bailey Nelson glasses can be bought online and there are a couple of pop up shops in London, in Covent Garden, in Clerkenwell and in Putney. The glasses I am showing now are quite classic but there are some nice colourful ones and sunglasses as well. Check them online at www.baileynelson.co.uk