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Edge I-Wear Plastic Cat Eye Women Reading Glasses Rhinestones Re

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Size:2.25  |  Color:Black-blue

These Edge I-Wear women's designer inspired cat eye frame reading glasses are at the top of their class based on style, quality, and affordability. The quality design provides an ergonomic comfortable fit around your temple with spring hinges and its diopter based lens eliminates eye strain. These retro inspired cat eye plastic readers feature a modern vibe with rhinestones on top of both sides of the frame for an extra bit of flair. NOTE: Images are for reference only, Colors on your computer monitor may differ slightly from actual product colors depending on monitor settings.

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