Ozeal Glasses


Happy Monday everyone!  Blogging becomes an even bigger blessing to me when I’m asked to feature or review a product that can ultimately become a part of I am.   Having poor eyesight since grade school, I grew up shyly peering through those thick horn-rimmed prescription glasses (pre-contact lens days)….and had it all figured out that it’s one of the sources (second to acne and pimples) of my teenage angst then. :-)

So don’t blame me if I’m excited about doing this review/feature for OZEAL GLASSES, my latest online source for fashion forward glasses – both prescription and otherwise.  I absolutely got lost in their vast range of stylish choices in various shapes, sizes, colors, materials and price points.  I am particularly smitten with their collection of tortoise shell glasses and their fabulous designer spectacles (love the Sagawa Fujii line)! ♥

If you’re looking for amazing deals….check out their equally hot stuff on sale here (and this is my absolute favorite)! ;-)



Ozeal-prescription-plastic-eyeglassesI’ll always be grateful to be a part of a lovely community of bloggers who never fail to send me invites to join their fun link ups:



What I’m Wearing:

Alexis Tortoise Shell Glasses (N/A anymore but this and this are so cute too)  c/o OZEAL GLASSES;      H&M top (similar here);    Vera Wang for Kohl’s skirt (similar here);     BCBGeneration Shoes @ Marshalls (my wish version here);     Forever 21 bracelet;    Michael Kors Dylan Watch;   Wet n Wild Mega-Last Lip Color in Cherry Picking (here);    Hair and Smile (my own!)   ;-)

Disclaimer:  OZEAL GLASSES gave me a voucher covering around 95% of the cost of the pair of glasses I used in this post, in exchange for a review-feature.  However, opinions expressed in this post are all mine.  Read my full disclaimer here.


  1. says

    hey, great skirt. I love how you paired it with nude heels, very chic. Thanks for joining “Fashion item Friday” {*FiF*} and letting others see your great style abilities. and Thanks for letting me get to you in Thanks a bit late, well a LOT late. It ain’t easy doing chemo and blogging – that is for dang sure!!! ♥, Renae

  2. says

    Love that pencil skirt and LOVE those glasses!!
    Nothing nerdy about those. They are fun, chic and totally hip!!
    You’re looking fab!!

  3. says

    Happy Monday my pretty Rebecca!! I’m looking forward to see your new post. It’s past midnight over here but I’m still blogging :D

  4. says

    They look very nice, but I am not sure whether you could not find a pair even nicer. The seem a bit wide for your face and your eyes are very high up in the glass while there is a lot of useless glass unde your eyes, (sorry honey, you know me..).

    I am like you, needing glasses since I was 8. I hated it. As soon as I earned my first money I bought lenses. I now finally found a pair of glasses which suit my face (reading glasses). Took about 5 frames over the years…

  5. says

    Such a fresh and divine look!! Cute glasses and you look so gorgeous! <3

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  6. says

    This is such a lovely post! I absolutely love the bold colors of your skirt. Perfect spring piece! I love the glasses you chose as well. I’m way overdue to find a new pair for myself! I’ll definitely have to look into this site.



  7. says

    These glasses are gorgeous! & I love how they go with your outfit perfectly! I wear glasses for distance and really love the fashionable options that they have today (my poor sister wasnt so lucky back in the 90s)
    xx Corinne

  8. says

    This is a fabulous spring outfit! The denim shirt perfectly paired with the lavish floral skirt! Well done lovely, as usual!


  9. says

    Happy Friday my lovely Rebecca!! No you don’t need a tutorial!! You always look amazing and beautiful. Can’t wait for the weekend to begin. My sister got on my nerves and kept me from blogging ;-) Looking forward to see your new post :D

    xx Mira


  10. says

    I’ve had poor eyesight almost all my life, too, and much of my teenaged angst was derived from needing to wear glasses – we have that in common :) These days I almost always wear my frames, not because I love them but because they’re easier on my eyes than contacts. I love that so many lower priced options are out there now so that it’s easier to mix up frames to go with different outfits. And these tortoise frames are the perfect accessory for this look. So elegant!

  11. says

    That skirt is beautiful. Such great colors and print. I also love your nude pumps and new glasses. You should check out my post from yesterday because it is filled with beautiful florals.

    Thank you and have a lovely weekend, Rebecca!!

  12. says

    Love the colors and the whole look! I found you through Shanna’s link up!

    Come link up with me at Whatcha Wearing Wednesday!

  13. says

    I have had horrible eyesight since I was in grade school too. I had the BIG red framed glasses and I thought I was the bomb! LOL! Glasses have come such a long way and can be such a fun accessory! These look so sassy on you! LOVE!

    • Rebecca says

      Haha I’d love to go down memory lane with you on those BIG red framed glasses Shanna…thanks for dropping by & hope we could follow each on at Twitter!

  14. says

    You look amazing. Love this look from head to toes. Those glasses are gorgeous. I love pretty prescription glasses, I think they’re great accent and accessory to compliment any outfit. I own the same chambray shirt and I always am excited to see how other blogger style it. You have done it so beautifully and so feminine.

    xoxo Ra


  15. says

    Love this outfit! I’ve been trying to get that chambray shirt from H&M for a ridiculously long time now but it’s always sold out in my size! :( Those glasses are too cute too!

    <3, Pamela

  16. says

    I like that skirt most of all, and your long hair looks like a Disney Princess. Cute post! :)

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  17. says

    How do you always look so beautiful! I’m very envious of your style :) You look great in the glasses, and the denim shirt is perfect with that skirt.

  18. says

    This is a gorgeous and classy outfit Rebecca, and I love that your glasses have personality! So you!

  19. says

    I am a ’4 eye’ girl myself so, I can totally relate to this post :) Choosing a perfect frame could be a pain as my Asian feature could carry most frames.. Anyway, I love the mix of denim and floral here.. you just inspire me to do the same :)

  20. says

    These glasses are amazing!! You look gorgeous! I have been wanting a new pair of tortoise shell glasses, and I love the two picks you selected! I plan to try them! Thanks! Susan

  21. says

    Love how you styled your look today. I am going to try it.

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  22. says

    Your skirt is beautiful, Rebecca, I am currently looking for floral prints too. Perfect with your denim shirt!
    I love your glasses too (I cannot read or work without glasses anymore!) and tortoise frames are my favourite ones.

    Annette | Lady of Style

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