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Bubble tea, also known as boba, has gained immense popularity for its delightful combination of tea, chewy tapioca pearls, and various flavors. Beyond the beverage itself, the visual appeal of boba with its vibrant colors and delightful textures has inspired many creations, including eyeglasses! If you’re a boba enthusiast looking to express your love for this trendy drink, why not consider embracing boba-inspired glasses? Let’s explore these glasses, each drawing inspiration from beloved boba flavors.
Classic Milk Tea Glasses
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The quintessential boba flavor – classic milk tea! These glasses might reflect the rich, warm hues of black tea with creamy swirls reminiscent of condensed milk. The frames could emulate the dark, bold colors of the tea while incorporating subtle creamy accents. A blend of sophistication and comfort, just like savoring a classic milk tea.
Matcha Latte Glasses
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For the matcha aficionados, envision glasses that mirror the serene green shades of matcha combined with the gentle touch of milk. These frames could flaunt the soothing tones of green tea with light, creamy highlights, capturing the essence of a comforting matcha latte.
Explore match latte inspired glasses
Thai Iced Tea Glasses
Thai iced tea is renowned for its vibrant orange hue and aromatic spices. Glasses inspired by this flavor feature bold, orange frames with intricate designs reminiscent of the Thai tea essence.
In this exploration of boba-inspired eyeglasses, we’ve celebrated the fusion of fashion and bubble tea culture. From the classic richness of milk tea to the serene green hues of matcha latte and the vibrant orange tones of Thai iced tea, these glasses offer a stylish expression of boba enthusiasts’ passion. Sip in style and let your eyewear reflect the vibrant flavors that bring joy to your taste buds and fashion ensemble. Cheers to boba-inspired fashion!
About the Author: Miyuki Shimabukuro, ABOC
Miyuki Shimabukuro, a certified Optician based in the Bay Area, California, is originally from Tokyo, Japan. She moved to San Francisco after getting a business degree in Tokyo and continued her studies at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in San Francisco. Currently working as a Business Analyst at Zenni, Miyuki combines her fashion knowledge and optical expertise to gather useful data, improving Zenni’s business strategies. Her mix of analytical skills and a fashionable approach helps boost Zenni’s performance while staying connected to changing customer preferences.