Trendy Women’s Eyewear Glasses Have Crystals or Two Colors
Most stylish women in Europe wear plastic designer eyewear with subtle rhinestones or crystals on the temple of the earpiece. Cute styles of eyeglasses or reading glasses have two colors (or more) and are a brilliant look, with or without sparkles.
Italian style, along with Parisian style, is so far ahead of the states that a woman, who copies the look of European women’s glasses, will have eyewear that is trendy for years.
Here are some cute and inexpensive copies of the glorious, beautifully trendy, high-end spectacles seen around Italy recently. The following selections are cheap knockoffs, but no one in Kansas will know the difference.
There are all kinds of young and hip reading glasses on the internet. And, American consumers are so lucky to have a rainbow of brands and styles, from elegant black to edgy lime green, all easily available. A few of the eyeglass sites will even customize styles.
This is just a taste.
Peepers always have to fab cute stuff at working-class prices. Most of the Peepers glasses go from +1.25, for younger boomer chicks, up to a strength of +2.75. Hopefully, most eyeglass stores will begin to stock higher strengths/powers as the, ever so vain, baby boomers grow older.
- Evening at the Met: These Peepers readers are black plastic with rhinestones at the temples of the earpiece. Disregard the name and wear these glasses during the day. These specs would be cute on a blonde woman or a gal with Goth-dyed black hair.
- Stars to Night: Notice that the crystals are seen from the side. While it’s okay to have rhinestones on the front, the sides (or temple/earpiece) is where the main focus should be. The front can be plain.
- My Stripes: These have no rhinestones but they have a perfect grooving style.
- Royal Amethyst: Notice how the inside color differs but bleeds around to the black. Even men in Italy (metro/straight) wear colors like these.
Betsy Johnson is a little too old to be a boomer, but she has always been a mod, hippie inspiration for boomer chicks.
- Betsy Johnson 010 Jade: See how the different colors show up depending on how a woman turns her head.
- Betsy Johnson 010 Burgundy: Notice that the temples are the focus, with an interesting flecked-plastic texture.
Designer Collection by Moxie
Moxie has some very inexpensive, but still chic readers.
- Sassy’s Half Frame: Check out how these are two-toned, have no rhinestones, but still have a modern look. These go up to +3.00 strength.
- Candy Beans: This style is only $18, yet they still have cool and unusual colors, and the earpiece is brilliant.
Some of the Jimmy Crystal readers look like they are for old ladies. So, be careful with these. For a contemporary European look, there should be a very little embellishment on the front part of the glasses (frame). The temple/earpiece should not be too thin. If the crystals are on the front and the side piece is too thin, the readers will look like something from “The Far Side”.
Once a woman knows what Jimmy Crystal style is good for her face and for saving face, she can search online for the best price.
- Jimmy Crystal JCR190 Reader Red Frame: This style is right because the bling is on the temple.
- Jimmy Crystal JCR131: These glasses have too many rhinestones for the new European style.
- Women who have outdated reading glasses should keep them around. Trends may change.
For a European look, Baby Boomers and older women should get readers with the bling mostly on the side. A cool two-tone or tri-tone plastic is also in style in Italy. Soon the trend will drift across the sea.