Do Your Eyeglasses Fits Your Style And Personality?

Sophisticated, fun, sexy, smart, sporty, whatever style and personality that you have, the right eyewear can help you establish your personality and character. And if you choose to only wear one pair of eyeglasses for everything you do, that says something about you, as well.

Personal Eyeglass Style

Choosing Eyeglasses That Suit Your Personality And Lifestyle

Eyeglasses can help people see the real you, or they can help create the image you want. The key is to find the right eyeglass frames to match your personality and lifestyle. The first step, according to eyewear styling experts, is to consider the different aspects of your life. “What do you really want your eyewear for?”… Read more at AllAboutVision.com

Nowadays, eyewear are less about seeing than being seen. Perhaps that explains why more people are using the term “optical wardrobe” to refer their eyewear collection. Today, the mood is smart. the geekier the look, the better. The fashion shows are partly responsible, with Gucci making early Elton John styles an important part of its new aristo-geek look.

Smart Eyewear Style

The Joy Of Specs

Confession: I have near-perfect vision but three pairs of spectacles. I know. As John Bunyan propounded in the late 17th century, “Spectacles are for sight and not for shew.” Given that around two million people in Britain suffer from some sort of sight loss, my appropriation of what is primarily a medical device is, at best… Read more at Vogue

How to Look More Attractive | How Wearing Glasses Can Make You Look Better

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