The first thing people see is your face, and your eyewear says a lot about your personality. Think of glasses as an accessory and switch them up. If you can, update them every six months. At a minimum, have a Monday through Friday look and another option that is more playful. Consider having the same amount of glasses as you do shoes.
- Plastic & Metal Combo. The frames are little bit more "over-scienced," with an eighty's influence.
- Forties Retro. These frames are small and narrow. They can really accentuate your features.
- Colorful Trend. It takes old classic shapes and adds modern color. Some examples include lime green, spotted colors and bright purples.
- Consider your prescription. If it is too strong, then you do not want a big frame.
- Follow the line of the check bone and eyebrows so that you frame your face and open up your eyes. Select a frame that follows this line versus doing something that a lot of time people say, for example, if you have a round face you should wear rectangular glasses.
- The bridge of the nose is a big consideration, because a lot of times you might have a too narrow bridge and your glasses will sit very low.
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