When faced with the idea of wearing glasses, you may suddenly begin to consider how you will look and how these new additions to your persona will impact your effectiveness in both your professional and private world. For men, it is usually more difficult to get the style exactly right, and you should be taking lots of selfies to see how they look on you. It’s a good idea to think about the shapes that might enhance your facial features, the colours that can accent your face and skin tones, and how this accessory can add to the overall look that you desire to have.  Let’s take a look at some of the factors that should influence the way that you wear your glasses in a stylish and sophisticated manner.


Your Visual Identity

Although you may want your glasses to almost be invisible on your face, you must realise that this isn’t possible in the scheme of things.  Modern glasses are more fashionable, can add to your strong profile, and can be a personal expression as your own statement of style.  You’ll want them to enhance your appearance not define it; before you make your final selection, take some time to study what type of glasses would look best on your face.

Your Glasses Should Take Shape


When you look at your face in the mirror, determine what type of shape is missing and find frames that will add another element into your appearance.  If you have an angular face, you’ll want glasses that add curves to your look.  Should your face be more rounded, choose a pair of glasses that feature a straight line.  Do as much research as you can to help you learn what shape of face you have and which type of glasses will add to your polished look.

Choose the Colour Carefully

Glasses are an investment in your health and well-being and will be used for an extended period of time so choose the colour carefully.  If you’re a professional man, you should choose a more traditional option that features neutral colours; these will accent your suits and ties required in the office setting.  Even if your work is done in a more casual setting you should avoid thick frames, anything that looks like plastic, or bright colours that will clash with your wardrobe.  Remember that your glasses are an extension of your clothing and should always coordinate with whatever you are wearing.

Always Select Comfort with Style

As the glasses that you wear will be sitting on the bridge of your nose for many hours per day, you’ll want to choose styles that appeal to you and ones that are comfortable.  Give special notice to the materials from which your glasses are constructed. Zylonite is an affordable material that is lightweight and available in a plethora of colours.  You must make sure that you aren’t allergic to any of the alloys that are used in making your frames and that the ones that you choose are durable, attractive, and exactly what you want.  Today’s styles are very flexible and can be worn in comfort at work and in your social circles.

Wearing your glasses well can enhance your overall appearance and keep your stylish profile alive and well all day long.

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