Glasses function to support the ability of vision and protect your eyes from the sun. Glasses also act as fashion items that can make your appearance more cool and fashionable. To keep you up-to-date, you need to know some types of popular glasses. Check it out!
Browline glasses have a distinctive thick frame at the top of the lens, as if they have “eyebrows”. In addition, these glasses also have a very thin frame on the other sides of the lens.
- Cat eyes
The next glasses are cat eye glasses which have the characteristic of a tapered frame like a cat’s eye. Glasses were popular in the 1950-60s among women, including famous actresses, such as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and Audrey Hepburn.
The butterfly glasses have a frame that extends to the outside, so that it looks like a stretch of butterfly wings. These wide-lens glasses also immediately bloom among artists and the public.
Teashade glasses were very popular in the 1960s and were also called John Lennon glasses, because he was often seen wearing these round glasses.
This one eyeglasses first gained popularity in the 1990s. At that time, glasses with rectangular lenses were often used by those who actively exercised and became the athletes’ preferred glasses. So stylish guys!
Wayfarer is Ray-Ban’s sunglasses which have been produced since 1956. These glasses have experienced three times the popularity, namely in the 1950-60s, 1980s and mid-2000s. Wayfarer was designed with a trapezoidal frame and had a fairly thick edge.
Aviator glasses were originally designed for pilots to protect their eyes from sunlight coming from various angles. Over time, Aviator glasses have become one of the most popular and favorite glasses in the world, guys. So cool right!