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No one likes Mondays. Especially when the weather’s dropped below freezing. They’re one way to wish it all away, though; fixing up a new set of frames to live out your summer dreams. You know, like a new pair of Lexxolas, perhaps.

Now, let’s be clear; sunglasses aren’t only for summer. Sure, function-wise, they own the season, but throwing on your favorite pair when the winter puts cold fingers and toes on the menu, is guaranteed to make you feel ten times better.

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Where non-seasonal shades are concerned, Lexxola has mastered its craft, creating everyday wearing, attitude-driven frames that are more uniform than functional gear – but that’s not to say they won’t keep your peepers popping on brighter days.

Thanks to its close alignment with its Gen-Z audience, as well as an extensive celebrity alumnus that include Hadids and Kardashians, it’s built a drop schedule as successful as Supreme’s Thursdays.

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Ensuring 2023 starts as the brand intends to see it continue, the first launch of the year has arrived to huge applause.

Dubbed “The Lulu,” the new style joins a growing arsenal of period-inspired frames. Following an initial launch that sold out near-instantly, the new four-piece offering is scheduled to restock online on January 25, offering a second opportunity to snag a pair in one of its three custom-dyed lens colors.

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Whether you’re keen on pink, black, grey, or tortoiseshell frames, Lexxola has options to satisfy – and that’s without eyeballing the lens color options. Go see for yourself!

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