True story: I started wearing glasses at age six. They weren't cool, they weren't pretty and they were definitely not comfortable. I hated wearing them and would take them off whenever my parents and teachers would look away. But! 23 years passed and at one point glasses became a chic and sexy accessory.
Doesn't a lot of this depend on the shape and size of the woman's face? I switch between rectangular and aviators. I have round features and the rectangular cuts in to the roundness to give my face some balance. If I wore round-ish glasses, they would look really stupid, accentuating my already-round features. The aviators I get away with because of the flat top-rim.
The rule I've heard from opticians is that whatever your face shape and features are -- go the opposite with your glasses. This is why skinny, elongated shaped faces can wear the round lenses better.
And as for Geek Chic -- I see this everywhere now, and I personally prefer seeing people wear something that suits their personality rather than to try and look like everyone else. It seems whenever you shop for glasses, what ever is in for this year is all you have to pick from. I used to wear rimless Valentinos and I *still* get complimented all the time on them, yet they are ten years old now. Now, if I go shopping I only have about a few styles that are "in" to choose from and only hope I find something flattering for my face aside from the trends.
Apart from these stupid catty eyes, I found all of them equally sexy. Keep in mind that you cannot wear Old School Aviators everywhere, especially in the office. And Geek Chic & Career Driven Rectangular won't rock on beach or party so, every one of them has its own limitations.
To finally decide it, I'd rate them :- Sassy Cat Eye (because they are meh and they might look bad on some ladies) < Career Driven Rectangular (because they are too common) < Old School Aviators (because they can't be put on everywhere) < Geek Chic (Because they can be put on most of the places and girls with eye prescription can wear this and it literally looks SEXAY on some chics ;) )
If I had to pick I went with the Old School Aviators.
I don't honestly like any of them. I would like the Career Driven Rectangular one more if it wasn't so sharp edged. Like the glasses I have right now are rectangular but they are more rounded out. I'll show some examples of what I mean.
This poll doesn't make that much sense. Why would someone wear aviators for eyeglasses? I think all of the options should have been eyeglasses or sunglasses. Not mostly eyeglasses with one pair of sunglasses thrown in.
Not all "girls" have the same face so this question is ridiculous. I look great in aviators, my sister looks horrible. My sister in law looks great in career driven glasses where I look better in geek chic. Put the same girl in every picture with those chooses and maybe this question would work. :-)
All my glasses were rectangular in shape, so I voted B lol. I've been wearing glasses since I was 13, but ever since last year, I've been wearing lens. I'll only wear my glasses when I'm doing stuffs for long hours or when I'm on a flight.
i voted rectangular bc i prefer them but IT ALL DEPENDS on face shape. for instance - i, of the very round facial features, am suited best by rectangular instead of circular bc the rectangle slims my face up bc of its square edges, whereas the circular makes my face look even more rounder. /shrug
i looooove aviators sssssfm. idec they make wonderful sunglasses, i feel so badass in them.
Career driven rectangular and geek chic. I did select the career driven one. I own both career driven and geek chic glasses but I selected career driven because mine are like the ones in the picture where as my geek chic glasses are smaller then the ones in the pic. I personally like those two types
I don't like glasses on a girl at all, I find it makes them all look rather generic and detracts from their features i. e. nose and cheekbones. I also just don't like them, I was supposed to wear them as a kid and never did... didn't make my eyesight worse either according to my latest opticians visits who admits I don't really need them.
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slim (semi) rectangular ones. They're stylish, lightweight, an oftentimes surprisingly sturdy. Obviously doesn't fit everywhere, but they're a solid choice if you marginally care about career and all that stuff. Plus they're pretty neutral, and can't really fail.
I'm not at all a fan of the cat eyes (they give the "I'd like to talk to your manager" look, and has a tencendy to enhance any trace of resting bitchy face) and the aviators glasses (seriously, over here in norway that's the kind of glasses you buy for the hell of it, usually in the form of cheap sunglasses. NOBODY gets them for serious).
I use glasses myself, and always go for that kind. Right now i'm using Emoprio Armani EA 1002. A nice mix of sylish, on the same time as they're sturdy and reliable.
I always go for the rectangular.. I picked up some nice Burberry ones last year that I still use. They aren't the same ones in my profile picture.
I got you beat! I started wearing glasses at 2 months old. I still have my little baby glasses :p
I actually needed an MRI of my brain as a baby because I had such serious eye conditions. They had to rule out any potential problems with my brain. Luckily my eyes strengthened with patches and glasses and I live life just fine with glasses.
I have a rotary nystagmus which is quite uncommon though! :D
"geek chick" or "rectangular." When I see cat-eyes I either think cat-lady or feminist and when I see aviator frames I think high maintenance or party girl. Whether that's accurate is not the point as it's not likely accurate all the time. However, I have seen it that way many times and it's just the first thing that comes to mind regardless of whether it's true or not. If I'm looking for someone and outward appearance determined whether I approached someone or not to talk to them, what I first assume subconsciously would have a big affect on my actions. Just saying.
It all depends on the look you are going for and the style the guy likes. The top two seem like more professional looking glasses, and so if they looked like a sexy English or business major (like a librarian, secretary, manager, etc.), those glasses would add to the sex appeal. The aviators make me think two very different girl types: the bad bitch with the leather jacket and tattoos and a punch that will knock you on your ass; or the flashy, girly girl with her tank top, her miniskirt, and her chihuahua in her purse. The Greek Chic seems like a more average pair of glasses. I like them, don't get me wrong, but they don't scream sexuality.
None of the above. I don't get why glasses have to be so huge and distracting. Making your glasses a part of your face is so much better than making them massive hubcaps on your face.
I'd vastly prefer to see simple, metal framed rectangular glasses on anybody. Calm the suck down with your style choices.
Be like me. Thin armani frames are what you need.
I case A and c they are SEXY, but varies on type of place and people you are with, to seduce a and C are good, glasses does not matters if a person wants to bang you he will. In my fair opinion if you have enough cash get 3-4 frames different type and keep changing them as per need during he dayt, which frame gets you more compliment, it suits you.
If you ever want to get a date with a man your own age, do not ever wear these glasses. They look like something my grandmother would have worn in the 60s. I dont know why they are trendy again, some fashions should have stayed dead with the 60s cdn.shopify.com/.../9314e.JPG?v=1436064820
I voted c, because they are shades not glasses. The reason being is that i don't like any of the options, they are all pretty much the definition of hipster. There is a take I see right now to the right called, "how to read a girl by her glasses". The girl in the picture is what I like, or something a little less "trying to fit in or look like someone else" Also notice all of these women have thin eyebrows? Each person has their own style, but I like the ones who are Individuals :)
Good grief! I don't give two hoots about what kind of glasses girls wear. If you have seen Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" music video, I'd be fine with any girl wearing those same frames like Taylor was wearing. My girl wears big frames that are purple and she is still a goddess! I I've seen lots of girls and women with glasses and they look hot either way. My first girlfriend wears a beautiful pair and she is still a goddess herself. I'm not voting. I'd be fine with any pair on a girl,
Realistically speaking... almost no girl is more attractive with glass. Get contacts.
Let's face it. The only way you'd be more attractive is if you're so ugly that putting plastic and glass on your face hides your ugliness and said plastic/glass is more visually pleasing than your face.