If you don’t have 20/20 vision, you are likely someone who wears contacts and eyeglasses. Eyeglasses have peaked in popularity over the past few years as more designer eyeglasses become available in various shapes, sizes, and styles. Some large fashion moguls can be seen with models walking the runway with glasses on. Something we normally do not see in fashion.
Getting your hands on a designer pair of glasses is easier than getting your hands on the latest new purse or skirt, as those often come with a hefty price. Glasses, on the other hand, are usually covered under your eye insurance policy so there are very few loopholes you need to go through to grab them up.
For women, there are many glass designers to choose from. Here are a few:
- Kate Spade
- Ray Ban
- Dolce and Gabbana
- Tory Burch
- Michael Kors
As you can see, most of these designers are names that are popular in fashion so it’s easy to understand the value that comes with owning a pair of their eyeglasses.
Like shoes, eyeglasses come in various shapes, styles, and colors. As you look at eyeglasses, you may realize they look amazing on the display, however when you try them on, they don’t look great at all. Why is that? In short, because some glasses are made for certain face shapes and skin tones while others are not.
Oval face – If you have an oval face, you have what is considered an ideal face shape. It’s proportionated all the way around. Look for glasses that are walnut-shaped.
Heart face – If your face is heart-shaped, look for glasses that are wider at the bottom than the top. Light-colored frames are best and even rimless.
Square face – Square faced individuals should look for glasses that are narrow ovals.
Diamond face – Frames with oval or cat-eye shapes are best.