Female Fall Fashion Glasses Trends: What To Be On the Lookout For

Optical Shop Greenfield MA | Eye Glasses Springfield A new season means new fashion trends. If you have already picked up some new cardigans, skinny jeans, and boots, then you are set for the cooler temperatures. If, however, you wear glasses, then you may want to think about hopping on some of these new fall trends and investing in a new pair.

Distinctive Tortoiseshell

If you’re the type of person that likes to make a statement with whatever you are wearing, then this trend is definitely up your alley. Glasses that have distinctive tortoiseshell rims are all the rage right now. The trick to pulling off this look is to go all in. Because tortoiseshell frames can be a lot of pattern next your face, the best thing for you to do is wear minimal eye makeup and wear them with confidence. Before you know it, everybody will be asking where you got them.

Wire Frames

You know those thin, wire-framed glasses that every dad wore in 1980’s movies? Well, those are back in style, especially in the hipster scene. These thin frames with large lenses are a fun way to make a statement without having to add a lot of color or texture. Plus, if you like wearing glasses with large frames, then these are definitely for you.

Thin, Rectangle Glasses

If you saw what celebrities like Kylie Jenner wore to the MET ball in this year, then it’s no surprise to you that one glasses trend to be on the lookout for are thin, rectangle glasses. If you are ready to be daring and really enter the fall fashion scene in style, then these are for you.

Here at Longwood Eye & LASIK Center, we have our own optical shop where you can choose any one of these trends for fall. Before you get new frames, though, make sure that you schedule an eye exam at our Shelburne Falls office and contact us at (800) 676-5050.


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