What do your glasses say about you?
Once upon a time, just being bespectacled would say a lot about your personality. It made you look intelligent and sophisticated. But all that has changed now, and for good. With a variety of eyewear styles, you’ve got more options to choose from and match frames that sync with your personality and attitude. They can make you look youthful, conservative, fun loving or sophisticated.
Read and find out what your glasses say about you:
1. Sassy is your middle name
Cat-eye frames used to be associated with shushing librarians, but now they make a sassy statement. Women wearing them have the panache to carry off something unique. They are usually worn by women who know what they want and they know how to get it.
Go get ’em tigress.
2. The ingenious one
Round frames suggest creativity and an affinity for romantic things in life. You would usually find them in ad agencies (or Hogwarts!). Inspired by old and retro fashion, people who wear round eyeglasses are often calm and gentle. They appreciate the finer things in life.
3. The business professional
Traditional rectangular eyeglasses convey discipline, hard work and professionalism. They are suitable for people in business and professional environments or perfect for the corporate world, where there is not much scope for experimenting. No wonder they give a serious, no-nonsense vibe!
4. The trendsetter
Oversized edgy frames with thick rims are vintage-inspired style with a modern twist. They have lost the nerdy vibes of the past. People look up to you to set trends. These glasses aren’t worn by many and this is precisely why they attract attention. And people wearing them love it! Bright coloured frames only make them edgier.
5. Behind the scenes man
Rimless frames are often chosen by the quiet and intelligent. These frames are stylish, yet don’t stand out from the crowd. It’s perfect for those who do not want to make a strong statement. People wearing them are often extremely hard-working. They also suggest that the person is happy with their appearance, and are not experimentative.
Eyeglasses help improve your vision, but they also help people see the real you. The key is to find the right frames that match your personality and lifestyle. Let us know if you need help with this.