Performance Eyecare has the perfect glasses to fit your style and personality!
We all have different tastes, especially when it comes to style. That’s why it’s important to decide what you want your eyeglasses to say about you first.
When picking out some new frames, the first step is to consider the aspects of your life. We all have different aspects to our life, such as work and play, so sometimes it’s best to buy a couple pairs of glasses to suit each aspect.
Eyeglasses for Serious Business
It’s best to wear conservative frame shapes and colors in the business setting. Doing so will help instill trust and confidence with your clients and colleagues.
Some of the best choices are classic shapes such as ovals, rectangles and almonds. You should also choose a traditional color like gold, silver, brown, gray and black. If you choose to wear plastic glasses, you may want to stay away from bright colors or unusual shapes.
Eyeglasses That Showcase Your Creativity and Fashion Savvy
Those wanting to show their fashionable and creative tastes should choose modern shapes when picking out their eyeglasses. You have a lot more options than in the business setting so choosing prints, such as animal or flower, can also be an option to accentuate your style.
Eyeglasses for Seniors
Many older people tend to choose for a conservative look, but they don’t have to stick with the same outdated one forever. Certain colors can make you look younger, such as deep browns and burgundy for men and lighter, shinier hues for women.
Eyeglasses for Students
Unusual shapes, bright colors, larger sizes and interesting details are popular among students who are trying to create their own identity and style.
Students shouldn’t be afraid to express themselves in any variety of glasses.
Eyeglasses for the Busy Mom and Dad
Ovals, upswept rectangles and soft cat-eye shapes are functional and look great for the busy mom or dad. You could choose to amplify the fashion effect of a basic shape with details such as jewelry-like metal accents or recognizable designer logos depending on your style.
Interesting colors such as plum deep red, soft green and black can add a fashion edge to a basic frame.