Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- What: Style Expert and Blogger at The Successful Style Heidi Nazarudin will partner with David Kind, a premier online eyewear company, to host a Twitter Chat to educate eyeglass wearers on choosing flattering frames, makeup, hair and fashion tips. Two participants will be chosen at the conclusion of the chat and receive a Visa Gift Card valued at $50.
When: Wednesday, August 13, 2014
1p.m. – 2p.m. EST
Who: Renowned fashion bloggers and influencers including:
· Larissa May of livinlikelars,Teen Vogue and FabCounsel
· Kacia of CoconutRobot
· Delia of DeliaCreates
· Jenna of EatLiveRun
· Ali of AliEdwards
· Brooke and Summer of TheGirlsWithGlasses
Register on Facebook at TSS FB link or at Eventbrite link.
“Eyeglasses are among the first thing someone notices,” says Heidi Nazarudin, style expert and blogger at The Successful Style. “Choosing eyewear that fits and flatters your face is often done arbitrarily.”
According to Trish Quinn, a stylist for David Kind, your eyeglasses should enhance and compliment your look, not define or overpower. “Like any garment or accessory, some variations will work better than others. Choosing shapes, materials, and colors that compliment your face and play up your best features is key.”
About David Kind
David Kind is a high touch, high tech online shopping experience designed to help people find the best eyewear for their face and style. We draw from the entirety of our collection, which is designed by our team in Los Angeles for women and men with discerning taste. Our frames are handcrafted in Italy or Japan, and our state-of-the-art lenses are made in California. Entering our site feels as if you just discovered a gorgeous boutique, where eyewear is custom curated for you by an easygoing expert stylist.
About The Successful Style Blog
The Successful Style inspires ambitious, career-minded women to achieve their professional goals through a mix of wardrobe finds and real-talk about what it takes to rise through the ranks and achieve executive-level success.