Tis the season for holiday shopping! While you can never go wrong with a Zenni Gift Card, we scoured the internet (our favorite way to shop, of course) to bring you nifty gift ideas for your nearest and dearest that run the gamut from quirky to cool and downright practical.
For the wine lover in your life, we found some great gifts that they will surely love, including a fun and fashionably discreet wine dispensing handbag ($130) that lets you take your Chardonnay wherever you go. Another clever wine gift is this handy wine glass holder ($9.50) for the bathtub. Portable Wine Wipes ($8.99)are indispensable when it comes to removing embarrassing red wine stains from your teeth when out and about. These wine pens ($25) for wine glasses are a great gift idea for anyone that likes to throw parties. For the true oenophile, the Winerd ($17.99) board game is a perfect gift. This sophisticated drinking game will test the knowledge of wine enthusiasts of all levels.
Know a bachelor that could use a little help on the home front? How about a subscription to Freshly, a weekly, chef-prepared meal delivery program, or a Roomba ($274) vacuum robot? Any well-groomed guy would also appreciate a subscription to Birchbox Man ($60) a monthly shipment of deluxe grooming samples that comes with either a stylish accessory or gadget. Any beer drinker will appreciate a handmade bottle opener and cap catcher ($25). For the man still mourning the end of Mad Men, we found this cool homage to Don Draper in the form of a clock ($29) made from recycled vinyl records.
If you’ve been punked one too many times by a certain jokester in your circle, we found the ultimate (harmless) payback in the form of a spring-loaded glitter bomb ($23.99). Just make sure they open it at their house! Anyone with a sense of humor will appreciate a Human Organ for Transplant ($19.99) lunch bag, which conveniently holds a six-pack too, or a set of adorably tasteless cat butt coasters ($15)—handmade for that special touch! When all else fails, there’s always the no-fail mullet ($9.99) headband or a whimsical goldfish drain stopper ($9.99).
We found some sweet gifts that any grandma will love, like a set of personalized mugs ($30) that feature illustrations of each family member, or a pair of cozy, microwaveable slippers ($24). A handmade owl eyeglass holder ($24) is perfect for keeping her Zennis safe. For something a little more out of the box, how about an Ancestry DNA ($99) kit?
What gamer wouldn’t love this awesome controller throw pillow ($17)? Perhaps a World of Warcraft Monopoly ($39.95) game is more their speed. For the nostalgic gamer, you can’t go wrong with this NES classic mini ($59.99) or a Legend of Zelda Ocarina ($60).
As you make the holiday party rounds, you don’t want to show up empty-handed. We found just the right gifts to charm any host. The Drunken Botanist ($11.99) is a cool gift for any armchair mixologist or, for a personal touch, you can create a set of DIY coasters. This pineapple tumbler ($35) is a swanky gift with just enough quirk to delight any host. A flirty apron ($33.99) with a retro vibe is also a sweet gift. For a real splurge, how about a home canning kit ($64.99)?
For those who just can’t—or won’t—get into the holiday spirit, we found a Go Away (not so) welcome mat ($21.99) and this full zip face hoodie ($26). If your favorite party pooper is flakier than a pumpkin pie crust, they’ll surely appreciate The Little Book of Big Excuses ($9.95). If you want to splurge on your favorite curmudgeon, there’s the anti-social, yet oh-so-cozy ostrich pillow ($99).
Now that we’ve covered everyone on your shopping list, let us know what you want for Christmas in the comments below!
The #Zenniroadtrip packed up our cowboy boots, loaded our playlist with country tunes, and hit the open road once again. That’s right, y’all. After touring the Pacific Northwest, we made it all the way to the Lone Star state! We’ve kicked off Zenni’s first Texas street style edition by hitting the fashionable streets of Dallas in search of the city’s hippest, street-chic residents. Find out what they’re wearing, what’s in their eyewear wardrobes, what’s trending for fall, and see just how great Zennis look in person!
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Breanna Gibson
Occupation: I’m a Texas A&M graduate with a degree in HR. I currently work as a Student Outreach Coordinator traveling to schools to prepare physical therapy and occupational therapy students and new graduates for their first positions. I also do part-time wedding planning, and I’m a yoga instructor in the Omaha, Nebraska area!
Spotted: Katy Trail Ice House, Uptown Dallas
Where are you from: I currently live in Omaha but I’m originally from the Dallas area. I’m here this weekend for my birthday and to celebrate my bachelorette with my sisters!
What she likes most about Dallas: I love Texas because it’s the one place where everyone can talk to everyone else and it still feels like you’re talking to a friend. There is always something you can find in common with the person sitting next to you! Being from Fort Worth, I trade off between the big cities! In Fort Worth, you can visit the Stockyards as well as the newer places around West 7th like Landmark Bar & Kitchen, Steel City Pops, and Sweet Sammies.
What she does for fun: I love hanging out with my sisters when I come to visit Dallas. Tonight we’re celebrating my birthday and bachelorette by starting with drinks and apps here at Katy Trail Ice House. There’s never a shortage of great eateries in the DFW area. Later, I’m heading to Cedar Springs Tattoo in Oaklawn with my sisters to get matching sister tattoos. We love Six Flags and any other adrenaline rushes. Tomorrow we’re all going skydiving! We also love our college football on Saturdays…go Aggies!
Outfit: I’m wearing the American Eagle high-waisted skinny jeans that have the perfect amount of stretch so you can still have a comfortable night out! I actually own three of the same pairs of jeans because I love them so much. My v-neck tee and jacket are both from Target. I bought them when I was on a work trip in Bismarck, ND because there’s nothing better than red and yellow leaves to compliment an olive green jacket for fall! A heather gray v-neck is my favorite compared to other neutrals (such as black or white) because it blends well with any sweater and compliments golds and silvers which I frequently switch between for my jewelry.
Personal style: I’ve definitely seen a rise in the grunge and vintage looks in other girls around Dallas. Being someone who’s constantly on the go, I make sure that I won’t be limited to do anything because of my wardrobe. I like to keep a lot of basics on hand and highlight my look with fun accessories for some expression. I’m not one to spend my money on clothes when I can spend it on experiences with my friends and fiancé instead. I am a huge advocate of being comfortable with your body, and when you wear things that make you question your beauty it shows in the way you interact with people. Comfy cute is my go-to!
Where she shops: I’m not the best boutique shopper because I find that prices are a little high for my taste. They are great for inspiration though. Target is always my go to for a quick outfit pick-me-up. If I’m looking for more specifics, I try Banana Republic, American Eagle, or Francesca’s. I also shop a lot at athletic stores, especially Athleta. There’s a lot of great quality clothes at athletic stores that last forever. I’m not really an avid shopper. When my wardrobe is feeling a little worn out, I’ll pick up a few pieces to revitalize it.
What’s in her eyewear wardrobe: I love wearing my Zenni glasses! In college with the late nights, I would often wear my glasses to class and it was great to have the ability to switch between my five different pairs. As for sunglasses, I love a vintage look and my sisters would agree because I have an old soul. I mostly wear aviator style sunglasses and love that vintage styles go with whatever look I’m aiming for. I have somewhat of a heart-shaped face so I try to stay away from the smaller rectangular frames. Let’s just say, not cute! I absolutely love color in all my glasses! Going back to highlighting my basics, I love using my Zennis to spice up my outfit! I wholeheartedly love being a four eyes.
Eyewear: Breanna is wearing Zenni’s fashion-forward, round frames featuring gold metallic detailing and a reflective, silver mirrored lens.
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Will Davidson
Occupation: Assistant General Manager at Victor Tangos and Freelance Hairstylist
Spotted: Victor Tangos in Knox Henderson, Dallas
Where are you from: I’m originally from Louisiana but I moved to Bedford, Texas when I was 12. After I graduated high school, when I was 17, I moved to Dallas. I’d consider myself a local because I’ve been in Dallas for about 13 years now.
What he likes most about Dallas: The thing I like most about Dallas is the nightlife scene. I love good food and Dallas has a lot of good restaurant options. Then, after dinner, I like grabbing a drink and listening to some good music in a chill environment.
What he does for fun: Recently I’ve been kayaking and paddle boarding around White Rock Lake a lot. It’s very relaxing and it feels great to just center yourself out there. I also love to go out and dance. I’m usually at It’ll Do or at Beauty Bar. Just find me on the dance floor!
Outfit: My jeans are from Forever 21, my shirt is from Urban Outfitters, and my hat is from H&M. My shoes are from Vans. I love anything cosmic or galaxy-ish. Every day when I start getting dressed, I always pause and think about what look I want to give that day. Today, I wanted to be ‘hipster streetwear chic.’ Very casual but I’m still turning heads when I walk down Henderson Ave.
Personal style: My style is all over the place sometimes. Some days I want to be in a button down with a tie, suspenders, and some nice black boots,while other days I just want to put on a deep v-neck tee and throw a plaid button down around my waist and take it back to the ‘90s for a day. I usually try and keep up with current trends; I’m constantly on Tumblr or Instagram looking at all the fashion blogs. A lot of my inspiration comes from Daniel Fox or @magic_fox on Instagram. I feel like he’s my style soulmate. I like high and low fashion mixed together because I think they complement each other very well. My motto is something nice with something vintage, to give your look some character and depth. I’m so excited for the fall and winter season ahead because I love layering. Layering clothes should not make me as happy as it does!
Where he shops: I usually shop anywhere in Northpark Mall. I can really get lost in there and spend all my money but I also do a lot of shopping online. Sometimes I just don’t have time to make it to the mall but I love it because it feels like Christmas to me all the time. My shopping habits are very bad. My closet is packed and I dread doing laundry at times but I can’t stop shopping. I just love having new pieces to play with!
What’s in his eyewear wardrobe: I’ve been wearing glasses on and off for about eight years now. I love all types of glasses. Just like my clothes, my eyewear collection is also out of control. I probably have about 15 to 20 pair of eyeglasses and sunglasses! I tend to gravitate toward retro or flashy statement glasses. I have a retro pair of glasses and sunglasses that flip up and down and I absolutely love to wear them. They remind me of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and I love it. I’m a total ‘90s baby. I also have a pair of sunglasses that are just a full censor bar across my eyes and I live for them. The majority of my glasses are black, navy blue,or gray. I’d say those are my top three favorite colors.
Eyewear: Will’s style is on point for fall in Zenni’s sleek, rectangular acetate frame in deep forest green.
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Katie Randle
Occupation: I work as a model with The Campbell Agency, and I’m the Lead Stylist at the Gypsy Wagon in Dallas.
Spotted: The Gypsy Wagon
Where are you from: I’m originally from Oklahoma City. I moved to Dallas about four years ago, so I’d consider myself a local.
What she likes most about Dallas: Besides the gorgeous skyline, what I love most about Dallas is that there’s a little bit for everyone here. There are so many cool areas to discover. I love to explore Lower Greenville, Lakewood, Knox Henderson, Deep Ellum, and Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff. There’s always something going on somewhere in Dallas.
What she does for fun: For fun in Dallas, I always love a good concert. There’s a ton of great venues here.
Beauty Bar on Henderson is one of my favorite dance spots to go with my girls. On my days off, I almost always hit up a vintage boutique, antique shop, or a thrift store if I feel like digging for some vintage gold.
Outfit: My hat is a Stetson, I got it at the Stetson outlet in Garland, Texas for a super great deal. I love it so much! I feel so fancy when I wear it. Hats just make me feel cool and I love the way they top off an outfit.
My shirt is a vintage Harley Davidson tee that my boyfriend scored on eBay. He rides a Harley so I feel like I can wear their shirts too! He also bought me most of my rings; he’s really good at picking out what I like! I got my jeans from Urban Outfitters a few years ago. My belt is a thrift find. Thrift stores are a great place to find belts for dirt cheap. My purse is a little vintage baby I scored in Oklahoma for like three dollars! It’s my favorite. I can’t really fit anything in it, but it’s so cute I just make it work. My bandana is another vintage goodie that I scored from Dolly Python, which is one of my favorite vintage shops. I always recommend any antique or vintage lover to go there. They have great vintage turquoise jewelry. And lastly, my boots are from Aldo. I’m probably going to die in a black pointed toe boot. I’ll wear them to my grave!
Personal style: I would describe my personal style as kind of a sweet western badass. I’ll mix really feminine styles with grungier pieces to help balance the two. I’m very inspired by the ‘70s right now, which who isn’t. I want to live in flared jeans and a vintage tee. I get style inspiration from a lot of brands. I’ll see an outfit and think I could thrift something like that and will go on a mission to find it. I really love mixing vintage pieces into my wardrobe because it’s totally unique.
Where she shops: I shop at The Gypsy Wagon a lot because I work there, of course, and because they carry a lot of really great brands that I love such as Spell Byron Bay, Free People, Lenni the label, Girl On a Vine, Day Dreamer, Matisse footwear, and Lack of Colour hats. My favorite vintage shops in Dallas are Vagabond vintage clothing, Dolly Python, and Lulu B’s. I buy a lot of home decor from Lulu B’s. As for online shopping, Nasty Gal is the way to go. Their models could make a trash bag look stunning, they style everything to perfection, and they have so many amazing brands to choose from! Also, Instagram has become a whole new way of shopping for me as well. You can discover so much on that dang app.
What’s in her eyewear wardrobe: For sunnies, I normally go for a rounded ‘90s look although I do like a good ‘70s aviator. I’m really feeling the rose gold mirrored look right now as well!
Eyewear: Katie looks super chic in Zenni’s circular acetate frame paired with a matching rose gold mirrored lens.
What are your top Dallas street-style looks? Tell us in the comments below!
After the #Zenniroadtrip spent a few days in our home city of San Francisco, we were on the road again! This time, we headed up the coast to the awe-inspiring Pacific Northwest! After a brief stop in Eugene to visit the University of Oregon campus (go Ducks!), we made it our mission to cover the stylish streets of Portland. From Downtown to Old Town, the Pearl District to Southwest, we fell in love with PDX and its fashionable style-savvy locals.
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Occupation: I currently attend Portland State University where I’m studying Art History and Indigenous Nations Studies. I also work at Backtalk and get to be exposed to art being created in Portland.
Spotted: Backtalk PDX
Where are you from: I’m from Portland. I was born and raised here so I’m 100% local!
What she likes most about Portland: Portland is so unique! I’ve loved growing up in a neighborhood Sellwood, where the vast majority of people were deadheads and hippies. It helped shape my identity- I fully embody what my neighborhood represented twenty years ago. Unfortunately, the individuals I’ve grown up with are being forced out as the neighborhood has become increasingly desirable. The worst part about living in Portland is hearing about people relocating because they can no longer afford rent.
What she does for fun: I love having painting and wine parties with my friends. We drink a few bottles of vino and paint to music. Going out to dive bars where the bartenders and locals know me is my favorite thing. I have a few bars that feel like second homes. Jake’s Place in Sellwood has jell-o shots, pool tables, and air hockey. My other favorite spots are the Yukon Tavern, Kays, La Sirenita on 17th (it has the best veggie burrito), pizza from Escape From New York in Northwest Portland, and when I want to feel fancy I go to Huber’s for Thanksgiving (year round!). One of my favorite movies, My Own Private Idaho, was filmed in the bar there and I always ask to sit in the booth where Keanu Reeves disowns his ‘street father.’
Outfit: I’m wearing black riding pants from American Apparel that I thrifted for $20 at Crossroads. The sweater I’m wearing is actually my sister’s. Originally it was from Anthropology, but she got it at this weird store in Pennsylvania for practically nothing. My boots are Dr. Martens, I’m breaking them in and my feet hurt so bad after the end of the day! It’s cold today so I wanted to wear a sweater and this is actually one of my least creative outfits. Normally I dress a lot more eccentric. I like to mix in a lot of vintage pieces with new modern garments.
Personal style: I have very individualized style, I’m very picky with what I wear. I love quality, good fabrics that wear well and look timeless. Recently I’ve been wearing pants a lot more, although I’m a total dress girl. I combine vintage finds from Backtalk, House of Vintage, and the Goodwill Bins with modern pieces from Weekday, Backtalk (I work there, so I tend to get a lot of ideas for outfits from what I see on the mannequins), and other local shops like Frances May. I dress in what makes me feel happy. If I feel off, I wear sweat pants with a fabulous jacket and Stan Smiths. On good days I go all out, I have some fabulous faux fur jackets and retro dresses. This fall I’ve been wearing primarily vintage slips layered with turtlenecks. Portland is really eccentric and I never feel self conscious in what I’m wearing.
Where she shops: I’m such a shopper! I love House of Vintage, the Bins, Backtalk, Frances May, Crossroads, Weekday, and the Marketplace section of Asos. I tend to shop for deals and I’m really good at finding them. I get that from my mom.
What’s in her eyewear wardrobe: I love vintage eyewear! My parents own an antique store in Sellwood, called Rusted Rooster Antiques, so I always get first pick on all the new merchandise. I also go to a lot of auctions back East with my dad so I’m always buying new sunglasses. I favor a cat-eye silhouette with a colored lens in a pink, blue, or green tint. It all depends on the outfit of course! As far as eyeglasses, my everyday frame is cat-eye, I also like a tortoiseshell finish, something that adds to an outfit.
Eyewear: Hana completes her look with Zenni’s stylish statement-making, circular cat-eye frame with a tortoiseshell browline and gray-tinted lens.
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Davey Shade
Occupation: I am the store manager of AT2. I’m also a musician. I’ve been playing drums for twenty years and have been teaching music for the past five years.
Spotted: AT2, Downtown Portland
Where are you from: I have been in PDX for three years now and currently live in Northeast Portland. I was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. (East coast kid for the win!).
What he likes most about Portland: Portland, the big town or small city, depending on how you look at it is very community oriented. It stands out in that way. People find their place in the individual neighborhoods. I love the local bar, local grocery store, local way of of life. That’s what I appreciate about Portland.
What he does for fun: I love our music scene in PDX. It’s wild here. You can be in a jazz club one night while the next night brings heavy underground hardcore. I also love to get out of town to hike, explore, and be in the wild. I enjoy checking out all of the new coffee shops, bars, and of course, craft beer.
Outfit: Style is another Portland thing that seems to have a mind of its own. Today I’m wearing a pair of raw, selvedge, tailored Levi’s 511 jeans with a vintage white tee from Animal Traffic. My shoes are Red Wing Iron Ranger boots and I also had on a hand-me-down red beanie [not pictured]. My outfit is simple, to the point, and classic.
Personal style: I prefer quality over quantity. Most of the products today that are “fashion forward” are poorly made. Breaking, tearing, and not meant to last a lifetime. I would rather spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of boots or denim that will last me forever then buying something that is the same price that falls apart. Give me a couple well made, quality pieces over a lot of poorly made items any day.
Where he shops: Mostly I shop locally, however I am somewhat of a denim head and find myself ordering a lot jeans and other items online. As mentioned before, I don’t feel the need to walk into, say, the mall or big box store for new items because mostly I find the distinct lack of quality in these stores.
What’s in his eyewear wardrobe: My eyewear collection (or lack thereof) contains mostly items I’ve picked up at vintage shops. I do have a pair of older sunglasses that my grandfather gave to me, however I am honestly scared of breaking them or losing them so I rarely wear them out. I would love to own a really nice pair of glasses as well as a new pair of sunnies to have as a daily wear.
Eyewear: Davey is wearing Zenni’s antique-inspired circular frame in a warm, copper-toned hue.
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Marcelina Delgadillo
Occupation: Retail sales at Animal Traffic in Portland.
Spotted: Portland’s West End
Where are you from: I am originally from a town in Southern Oregon called Klamath Falls. Although, I’ve lived in Portland for three years, I still wouldn’t consider myself a local because there’s still so much I need to see and do here.
What she likes most about Portland: I love all the things to do here because I’m from a town where there weren’t many options in terms of shopping, restaurants, or events to attend. I also love how accessible everything is and how close the Columbia River Gorge and the Oregon Coast is too!
What she does for fun: I love thrifting, going to coffee shops, and attending music events! There’s also a lot of art you are exposed to at art galleries and all over the city streets. There’s cool art exhibitions open on ‘First Thursdays’ of every month around downtown Portland.
Outfit: My white shirt is from Steven Alan and my black jeans are Rag & Bone. My slip on shoes are by Intentionally Blank and my beanie is from Animal Traffic, where I work. My jacket is from Levis and recently it’s been my favorite fall coat. I’m always a sucker for black and white because it’s so easy to pair those colors together and then add a statement piece or pop of color in with my accessories. I like to keep things simple and classic for the most part.
Personal style: I would say that about 75% of my clothes are thrifted or vintage while the other 25% are higher-end clothing. I like combining the two because I get to create really cool outfits by mixing current trends and adding in my own twist with the vintage vibes. I also think it can get unbelievably expensive with only purchasing higher-end clothes so I like to balance things out. I love staying on top of trends and trying to incorporate them into my daily wear, but I don’t like to copy them exactly. I always add my own personal touch.
Where she shops: As I mentioned before, I love thrifting! I go to local thrift stores and vintage shops whenever I can. I love House of Vintage on Hawthorne, Buffalo Exchange, occasionally Crossroads, as well as Goodwill. I always try and keep in mind how much they are selling the item versus how much it’s actually worth. It’s so easy to overspend on vintage and secondhand items because they’ve become the new thing. So always think twice before you buy, especially if you have the excuse that you found the perfect item you’ve been looking for. When I have a little more money, I like to shop at places like Frances May or Steven Alan.
What’s in her eyewear wardrobe: I wear prescription glasses and I tend to have a classic plain pair and a more crazy pair. I always have to go with a bigger frame because my eyes are so big and that’s why I fell in love with so many of Zenni’s eyeglasses styles. I also love any tortoiseshell frames. They’re probably my fave.
Eyewear: Marcelina looks super stylish in Zenni’s ‘Bodega’ frame from our North Coast Collection. This vintage-inspired, square frame comes in a striped green acetate finish, which is perfect for the Pacific Northwest!
Image credit: Marsha McGregor
Name: Freya Flavell
Occupation: I am a graphic designer and illustrator. I also sell cupcakes and toys here in Portland. Check out Freya’s amazing illustrations here.
Spotted: Shopping on SW 10th Ave. in Portland
Where are you from: I am from a town near Melbourne, Australia. I moved to Portland for love and have been here eight months! Sadly I am heading home to the motherland soon.
What she likes most about Portland: I love variety of trees and flowers, the view of Mt. Hood, the bridges, the houses, the food, the vintage stores, the mixing pot of interesting people, and the bicycle accessibility. I love you, Portland!
What she does for fun: On my days off, I take my bike out and do the rounds to my favorite secondhand stores, and treat myself at the only place I’ve ever found a gluten-free doughnut, Back to Eden Bakery.
Outfit: My hoops are a recent buy from Red Fox Vintage, my top is a Melbourne made and designed by FME Apparel. My skirt is a quilted number from Lucky Vintage in Ballard, Seattle. My tights are the same tights I wore to my school formal almost 10 years ago, I think my Mum bought them at Target. My Blundstone boots were a five dollar offering from the thrift store gods back home. They are Australian made in my birth place, Tasmania. And my bag was a find from my favorite PDX store, Sugar Mountain. Today’s outfit is pretty indicative of my overall style – a pop of bright color, slightly underdressed with a nod to the mod.
Personal style: I would describe my style as ’70s bumpkin meets modern witch. As a fashion lover, I consider it my duty to indulge in my hobby as ethically as possible so I’d say probably 99% of my wardrobe is secondhand! I am inspired by anyone who is embracing their own personal style and also icons Iris Apfel, Björk, and Jane Birkin. Comfort, warmth, and color are my priorities.
Where she shops: I shop at thrift stores, vintage boutiques, weekend markets, consignment stores, Facebook groups, and Etsy. The thrill of the hunt is what makes me love clothes! I also have a number of new and secondhand items from the Melbourne-based brand Gorman, my favorite being a vegetable-print puffer jacket. I love putting together outfits with items that have come from a variety of places and that remind me of a distinct point in my life, a season, or even a song I was really obsessed with when I bought it. I always consider getting dressed as an opportunity for storytelling.
Local Recommendations: In Portland, I go to Workshop Vintage for retro pieces and the amazing new and old jewelry collection. Sugar Mountain for unique and affordably priced vintage wonders, Zig Zag Wanderer for vintage basics, Bristlecone Vintage for more classic pieces and denim, House Of Vintage if I want to be overwhelmed by what feels like a massive garage sale (I found a fantastic yellow leather motorcycle jacket there the other day!), Red Light to peruse the extensive ’70s maxi dress selection and Magpie Vintage for immaculate era pieces. I also drop into Backtalk every now and then to check out what the local designers are up to!
What’s in her eyewear wardrobe: I mostly go for round or retro-inspired shapes. I own a pair of gold rimmed, yellow-tinted, Lennon-style sunglasses that I found at a thrift store in a rural Australian town which seem to be a good fit for my small face. I’m currently on the hunt for something a bit more bold, preferably tortoiseshell. I also like to imagine that I could pull off some badass cat-eye frames in bright pink or green glasses! I’ve never worn glasses of any kind but maybe Zenni has changed that for the good!
Eyewear: Freya is wearing Zenni’s vintage-inspired, round ‘Pico’ glasses from our LA Collection. With a two-toned finish in tortoiseshell and caramel complemented by an amber gradient lens, these mod frames have super-chic, retro appeal.
Check back soon with the #Zenniroadtrip as we take on the Great State of Texas with stops in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin!
What’s your favorite Portland street-style fashion look? Let us know in the comments below!
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