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Top 100 Glasses

When it comes to glasses, choosing the right ones is crucial. Whether it is a pair of prescription glasses or sunglasses, it’s going to be a part of your daily outfit so you must pick one that is not only durable and comfortable but also fashionable and works well with most outfits. Here are our top 100 picks for prescription eyewear.

 

What are the most popular eyeglass frames right now?

 

Trends in glasses tend to change all the time. Some of the most popular shapes seen with glasses these days include the cat-eye shape, a squared or geometric cat-eye that is a fusion between the two shapes, and geometric shapes with thick rims. There has also been an increased demand for clear-frames. These can be completely clear or have a mild hue of color to them. Another trend that seems to be coming back is the vintage-style round frames. Famous fashion icons and online influencers can be often seen flaunting these styles.

 

What glasses frames are most comfortable?

 

The comfort of eyeglasses is very subjective and depends on a variety of factors like the weight and fitting of the glasses. Generally, lightweight frames made with plastics or acetate are usually more comfortable to wear, especially if you’re wearing them for a long time. Similarly, glasses with built-in plastic nose pads are usually more comfortable than the ones with tiny rubber nose pads.

 

What should you consider when choosing eyeglass frames?

 

When choosing the ideal eyeglasses for yourself, consider three major aspects of it. First is the style aspect, whether the glasses suit your face shape and overall personality. Second, is the comfort aspect. You need to make sure the frames aren’t too heavy, and they’re not too tight or too loose. Lastly, consider the quality and build of the glasses. Make sure they’re well crafted and made to last for a long time.