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It’s the Most Spec-tacular Time of the Year

With the holiday season in full swing, it’s the perfect time to deck the halls with spexy ‘n’ shady style! Festive shindigs, stunning décor and very merry excitement has us totally drinking the holly jolly Kool-Aid. Get in the spirit by showing your loved ones how much you care – there’s no better way to do so than by bestowing them with the gift that just keeps on giving: eyewear, of course! After all, everyone could use fresh specs, sunnies or readers (or all of the above!) to give their wintry wardrobe a boost. Not sure where to start? Don’t fret. Our holiday gift guide is your one-stop-shop for picking out eyewear-glad presents for all your pals and family members, or even yourself. Check it out below, and hit up Eyecessorize.com for details about how you can purchase the featured frames.

For the Bespectacled: Just like jeans and shoes, you can never have too many pairs of eyeglasses! The ultimate fashion accessory, specs are always gracing the presence of many faces. So why not collect multiple styles? Snag your favorite specs-aholic new frames that complement their personal look – they’ll totally welcome a new set of eyewear to add to their ever-growing collection.

Lafont (RECAMIER), WOOW (Hold Up2), Emilio Pucci (EP5014), TOMS (Horne), TD Tom Davies (06847), MILK Eyewear (Clint)

Lafont (RECAMIER), WOOW (Hold Up2), Emilio Pucci (EP5014), TOMS (Horne), TD Tom Davies (06847), MILK Eyewear (Clint)

For the Shades-Obsessed: Let’s face it. Sunglasses are total necessities. Who isn’t besotted with them? They shield the eyes from harmful UV rays and add fun flair to any outfit – plus, they’re great for gals trying to keep a low profile on makeup-free days! So in our book, sunnies are the ideal presents for literally anyone – regardless of gender, age or personal fashion sense.

Carolina Herrera (SHE602), Cole Haan (CH6005), Etnia Barcelona (Shoreditch), Jonathan Adler (Monte Carlo), Rowley Eyewear (No. 5), Randolph Engineering (P3 Shadow)

Carolina Herrera (SHE602), Cole Haan (CH6005), Etnia Barcelona (Shoreditch), Jonathan Adler (Monte Carlo), Rowley Eyewear (No. 5), Randolph Engineering (P3 Shadow)

For the Wintry Adventurer: ‘Tis the season to cruise down slopes, glide along icy rinks and stroll down snow-covered streets! But since these popular cold-weather pursuits expose the eyes to quite damaging conditions, goggles and sunnies are absolute musts this winter. Give your outdoor lover protective frames this holiday for all their wild ‘n’ wonderful adventures.

Zeal (Forecast), Under Armour (Rumble), Dragon Alliance (DR DXS 5), Revo (RE1025), Maui Jim (Switchbacks), Smith (Showcase OTG Goggle)

Zeal (Forecast), Under Armour (Rumble), Dragon Alliance (DR DXS 5), Revo (RE1025), Maui Jim (Switchbacks), Smith (Showcase OTG Goggle)

For the Avid Reader: We all love curling up with a darn good book, especially during the frigid months. But for most folks in the over-40 crowd, reading the fine print comes with major eye strain. Help them say goodbye to the squint – and look stylish, to boot – by gifting them a pair of on-trend reading glasses or sun readers.

Seraphin (Covington), Desert Sunglass of Scottsdale (SR18273), eyebobs (See Through), Corinne McCormack (Annie), I Heart Eyewear (Tegan), exOtic by eyeOs (Greenwich)

Seraphin (Covington), Desert Sunglass of Scottsdale (SR18273), eyebobs (See Through), Corinne McCormack (Annie), I Heart Eyewear (Tegan), exOtic by eyeOs (Greenwich)

For the Festive Fanatic: For those infatuated with December and January’s overall cheerful nature, this season is all about glitter, shimmer and festal hues – think golds, silvers, bronzes and reds! Statement sunnies reminiscent of the most wonderful time of the year are ideal for these extra-joyous peeps.

Brendel (916007), Fendi (FF 0137S), Jason Wu (Jessa), Kingsley Rowe (Beckett), Mykita + Maison Margiela (MMTRANSFER002), Vera Wang (Mea)

Brendel (916007), Fendi (FF 0137S), Jason Wu (Jessa), Kingsley Rowe (Beckett), Mykita + Maison Margiela (MMTRANSFER002), Vera Wang (Mea)