FRESH EYEWEAR STYLES FOR AFTER 50s

Experts have shared a few cents of their views as to what passes as trendy in your late 40s. These guides have significantly shaped public views and decisions in making eyewear fashion statements or helming the shopping experience, and this listicle of senior eyewear styles may have all the clues.

The kitty look
Commonly tagged as “the cat eye”, feline-eye-shaped frames give the definition of imperial-cum-quirky a solid face. These types of commonly soft-edged frames and humungous lenses could induce impressions of ubiquity and royalty, as you beam the yester-look of your salad days.

The cuddly color
Look forever young with your warm and shrill glances. It’s not only the shape of the frame that has the final say in the wearer’s image but also its colors and how these hues complement the getup. Red, brown, burgundy or other earthly colors are some of the favorites especially among older women, while blue and gray are a major stay-away.

Black eyepiece
It’s a universally known fact that black is beautiful. Black frames glimmer a sophisticated and classy look. It’s also a shape-shifter as black can transcend generations. A mix of youthfulness and wisdom is a win-win and making you a guaranteed fit-in.

The retro granny
When you truly feel young at heart, resist the temptation of getting over-the-counter “granny glasses”. These types of old-fashioned reading glasses may demo a quick fix, but they add several layers of years to the look you’re trying to wear. Give the retro look a chance. It’s deep and boomers-friendly.

The master of disguise
This is probably the trickiest one to pull off. The aim here is to keep those eyeglasses on camouflage mode. Yes. Rimless eyeglasses or those with thin frames are almost concealed from the bare public eyes. They are definitely a go-to choice when you want an inconspicuous pair of specs to save the day.

Source: Eyezone




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