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The Sunglasses To Wear In Your Favorite LA Neighborhood

With over 18 million inhabitants, Los Angeles is lively, creative and full of energy and one of the most important cities in the United States.

With lush beaches, luscious vegetation and beautiful landscapes, the city is a poster child for the American Dream. With over 88 neighborhoods to explore and endless sunny days in the City of Angels, your number one accessory will be a good pair of sunglasses. We’ve made a selection of our favorite frames that match some of the city’s most iconic areas.

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Beverly Hills

Situated right in between Hollywood and Santa Monica, Beverly Hills is a hotspot for celeb spotting. To fit on Rodeo Drive à la Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, why not opt for a pair of retro inspired glasses from L.A. eyewear brand Garrett Leight. High quality and elegant frames are on the menu in a range of colors from transparent rose to dark whiskey. Welcome to the California way of life.

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Melrose Avenue

A bustling avenue lined with hip boutiques and coffee shops, Melrose runes from Santa Monica through to Beverly Hills and all the way through to Silver Lake. Home of the fashionable, creative types, a colorful pair of L.A Eyeworks frames would be the perfect match for a day of shopping. Known for their eclectic frames and bright colors which reflect the city’s vibrant mood, there’s sure to be something that will catch you eye.

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Venice Beach

Beach-lined Venice is alive with bohemian spirit, balancing all things chic with a laidback flair. Filled with independent stores and cute cafés, Venice is the perfect place to get lost in. Meander between it’s tiny canals and take in the sunshine. Why not visit the Garrett Leight store on Abbot Kinney, where all of the brand’s frames are designed. There’s also Warby Parker, who offer one pair of glasses to the needy for every purchase of one of their frames – a concept we can really get behind!