Rivet and Sway Pillow Talk Review

If you've been following my Rivet and Sway purchase, you remember that first I looked for frames I wanted on their site, and then I ordered some home try-ons. We even voted on Facebook!

I ended up choosing the Pillow Talk style in the color Rock Candy, and I got my glasses last week! I've been wearing them to try them out and make sure I like them before the 60-day return policy was over and so I could write an honest review, and I love them!

This is my second pair of Rivet and Sway glasses. Since they focus specifically on women's styles, their packaging is also very pretty. I loved opening the box to find this card with a pretty metallic lip print on it!

Rivet and Sway Unboxing
Rivet and Sway Unboxing

The pair I bought last year came in a kind of cardboard case, but it seems they have upgraded their case! I love this new case. It's big enough to also hold my sunglasses, so I can switch them when I go outside and use the same case.

Rivet and Sway also included a very pretty cleaning cloth.

Rivet and Sway cleaning cloth
Rivet and Sway cleaning cloth
I love little touches like this, and it's great to have a cleaning cloth to tuck into your case. I am always losing these cloths. I couldn't resist taking a pretty photo of the cloth with my new glasses.

Rivet and Sway Pillow Talk
Rivet and Sway Pillow Talk
I absolutely love these frames! I was looking for something pink, but not too crazy girly, and these are more of a deep pink or lighter purple. They might even fall into that "Radiant Orchid" category everyone is trying to squeeze into right now. I love the detail on the arms and the way they fit my face! I have a large face, so it's hard to find pretty eyeglasses in feminine styles. Rivet and Sway offered an upgraded thinner lens, so I got those. Overall the retail price of these was around $200 before my affiliate discount*.

What do you think?

Rivet and Sway Pillow Talk
*Disclaimer: I am a Rivet and Sway affiliate, and affiliate links appear throughout this post.  They did provide a discount for these glasses, but I paid about 75% of the cost out of my own pocket. I was a Rivet and Sway customer before becoming an affiliate, and there is no way I would wear glasses on my face on a daily basis if I didn't love them. I mainly use affiliate programs to try to make a little money back from things I would talk about anyway.

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