When thinking of reading glasses, a lot of people think about glasses that their parents would wear. You know the type; oversized, unstylish and designed with one purpose in mind. However, that doesn’t need to be the case. In fact, there’s no reason reading glasses can’t be as chic as sunglasses.
Reading Glasses at Blue Planet Eyewear
At Blue Planet Eyewear, we understand that those who wear reading glasses want to do so confidently. This is why we offer a number of reading glasses that have been designed with a young, modern wearer in mind. Rather than choosing a pair your mother or father would wear, you can choose a pair that speaks to your personal style and fashion preferences.
Reading glasses are often seen as being a necessity, rather than something that people want to wear. However, things are changing. Reading glasses are no longer big and bulky, and there are actually a number of styles that suit a younger wearer. For example, the Classic Reader has squared frames and this is a shape that’s very on trend. Similarly, the Madison Reader’s cat eye is flattering on all face shapes and ensures a modern look. A number of our readers have bamboo temples, which gives them a fantastic natural style and adds an extra level of cool to the look; Auburn, Berkeley, and Fremont are all popular options. Not everyone wants to blend in and therefore we also have reading glasses with a pop of color; Lucia, Ojai, and Madison are ideal for standing out. As you can see, there’s a great deal of variety and choice.
There’s no reason for you to settle for reading glasses that are dull and boring. Sure, reading glasses have a job to do, but they can also be fashionable. Whether you’re looking for readers in a bright color or readers that’ll make a statement in the office, we can help. To find your ideal pair of reading glasses, browse our collection online. Alternatively, get in touch with Blue Planet Eyewear and find out more.
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