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Jacey Sunglasses

SKU# OV5234S-0153

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$325.00
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Go incognito in feline femininity with Oliver People's jacey sunglasses.
Black Acetate Frames with Grey Shaded Lens
Available in Black
estimated delivery date

April 25 - May 2

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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Go incognito in feline femininity with Oliver People's jacey sunglasses.
Black Acetate Frames with Grey Shaded Lens
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Best known for their cat eye, round and square frames, Oliver Peoples is a brand directly associated with the word cool. Designer Larry Leight opened the first boutique on Sunset Boulevard and from his native LA to across the globe, trend-setters alike rave over his vintage-inspired shades.

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