Buying designer glasses means choosing frames, and for us, that’s the best part of wearing them! (And that’s why we never wear contact lenses!) But for some, having to wear specs is a nightmare. Some people can’t stand how they look with metal or plastic frames and opt for contacts, yet they still yearn to wear glasses because deep down they want that perfectly chic look.

LINDBERG Trunk Show

When we meet our customers who dislike glasses, our first suggestion is that they try on a pair of rimless frames like the Lindberg Spirit Titanium glasses.  In fact, this is a timely blog post for us because we are having our annual LINDBERG Eyewear Trunk Show at our store in Brookline, MA this upcoming Saturday on October 20 and you are certainly invited! But back to rimless eyeglasses.

Rimless eyeglasses are practically invisible, which means that there’s nothing to come between your eyes and the world. They are a great way to improve your vision without drastically changing your look. This style also gives you a very sophisticated and high-end executive image, and you can also combine them with some colorful and elegant arm designs to show off a dash of style.

We love Lindberg rimless glasses especially because they are the lightest rimless frames in the world at a tiny 2.8 grams and under, and they’re amazingly flexible (with their awesome screwless hinge) as well. But there are lots of designers that have rimless frame options. No matter who you are, there is probably a pair of rimless glasses out there that will make you feel fabulous and convince you that wearing glasses can be great.

They look great on women:
LINDBERG Spirit Titanium 2101 eyeglasses

And men!
LINDBERG Spirit Titanium 808 eyeglasses

Have you tried on a pair of rimless glasses from Lindberg or another designer? What did you think?

 

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