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Oliver Peoples Sofee OV5233S Review

Oliver Peoples SofeeIf you are seeking high quality luxury without the branded labels that make them instantly accessible and recognized, that could potentially be deemed as tacky, then Oliver Peoples is the answer.


Oliver Peoples is a high-end elite brand that specializes in designer eyewear. The brand was founded in 1986 by Larry Leight who opened the first optical store in Hollywood, California. The brand’s mission is to be the most prestigious and culturally distinctive eyewear brand in the world. All of the brand’s glasses and sunglasses are hand-made and vintage inspired. There is a wide selection to choose from including fine acetates and metals. Many high-profile celebrities love the Oliver Peoples brand as the timeless designs are stylish and speak for OV5233Sthemselves.

The Oliver Peoples Sofee sunglasses are a feminine and flattering pair of sunglasses. They are constructed out of acetate in an upswept shape. This shape makes the sunglasses more stylish to wear and unique from other sunglasses. The vertical plaque details on the front of the frame is another stylish feature and again unique as plaque details are normally horizontal.

This model is genuinely vintage inspired from a model in the Oliver Peoples archive that was released in 1986. They are seen as an evolution of the 80s iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses with a modern glam approach to the cool retro look.

There is a high standard of quality of materials used and every frame is tested at headquarters to ensure the best. They are in high demand and there are different styles and colours to suit your personality; whatever your personal preference may be. As you would expect from such a prestigious brand all of the lenses are 100% UV protected. The brand are experts in eyewear and the creative Director Larry Leight is an optical expert. The importance of eye health is the first thing Leight considers when designing the sunglasses and secondly the timeless fashion sense. This model was a hit in the 80s era and now three decades later it is still hugely popular.