|Designer glasses have become more than a fashion accessory in a relatively short amount of time. Endorsing by celebrities and some stunning designs have ensured that designer glasses reach an iconic status and have thus become a much sought after collectible item for the general public. On top of adding strikingly individualistic appeal to your appearance, these designer glasses offer unbeatable protection to your eyes too. These designer glasses follow strict quality standards and all of their creations offer a quality which makes sure you eyewear experience is a durable one. All these features culminate in making buyers purchasing these designer glasses, without giving the price tags a second glance and putting on a suave look.
These designer glasses are crafted in the same three frame styles like the regular prescription glasses, which are fully rimmed, semi rimless and rimless. As expected, the fully rimmed glasses give the designer brands maximum place to show their magic, but are also considered to be the heaviest among the three. But if you want a distinctly sophisticated look, nothing is better than golden coloured fully rimmed designer glasses. Semi rimless glasses can flaunt amazing colour combinations and stylish craft on the rim, but fails to provide the lenses the security like the fully rimmed glasses. Rimless glasses are the lightest of the three and the designer brands experiment with the arms and arm tips to leave indelible memories.
No matter what kind of personality you possess, you will find the colours and designs that portray that persona perfectly, all the while adding the signature touches, which a fashion house is renowned for, to your looks. So, if you own a confident outlook then shimmering black spectacles with a dynamic design are the one for you. A sophisticated look is more aptly reflected by a glossy golden colour or glistening gunmetal. You can also try the unorthodox colour shades to imbue a definite uniqueness in your looks.
To enhance the appeal of the designer glasses a slight knowledge about the six different face types and the frame style which goes perfect with face structure is needed. It is obvious that not all designer glasses will look good on all face types and this knowledge will help you in concentrating better on the frame that will suit your face the most, leading to better decisions.