See Pics: Stylish Bollywood Actresses Eyeglasses
These thick framed nerd glasses which were a huge hit in the 60s have made a come back in 21st
century. Earlier Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn have rocked the nerd trend and now our Bollywood lasses are giving them a run.
No wonder these are back and so popular because nowadays everything vintage and retro is loved unconditionally. Bollywood has made several appearances in these glasses, and so can you. If you have any doubt about it then we’re here, to give you some style inspiration. Here we take a look at the best ways to rock the nerd glasses and which divas nail it.
she is the first one who comes in our mind when we talk about nerd glasses. Lady needs them for vision and doesn’t shy away from sporting glasses whenever she can. She makes it look so glamorous. Vogue has definitely made the correct choice by choosing her as their brand ambassador.
Shraddha Kapur with Nerd Glasses and Red Lip:
I found only one picture of hers with glasses but it was so good that I had to add it in this list. Her whole look is very comfortable and chic. Checkered pants, grunge hair look with nerdy glasses. Totally love it!
Sonam Kapoor with Cat Eye Frames:
like always, she has experimented with all kind of glasses be it cat eyes, wayfarer or nerd glasses. She carries it with such a panache, amazing! Check it yourself.
Chirangda singh as a Nerd:
she exudes Hotness! even more when she wears glasses. She rocks this trend by keeping everything else muted. Be it her dress or accessories or make up.
Priyanka Chopra’s Airport Look:
among all of her appearances I love her airport looks most. Leather jackets, cool quoted t-shirts and ripped jeans. Cool, we say. she carries it with elan when she adds a Nerdy pair. Have a look.
Jacqueline Fernandez in Nerd Frames:
Jacqueline oozes hotness, I swear. I fell in love with her somber look in Kick. She looks lovely with glasses on.
Before you go for that expensive pair of glasses that might cost you a month’s salary, ask yourself how well they’re likely to frame your face. Going for that trendy pair of tortoise shell may seem tempting but it can devastate your entire look if they aren’t meant for your face shape.
Play up your best features, by finding out which style of glasses suit your face, with our short guide below.
Go for: Styles that soften your features. Look for those with round edges like aviators, pilots and tortoise shell in gold tones and bright colours—they help soften your sharp jawline while making for the perfect selfie. A minimalist cat-eye frame is also a good option, as it lends a more feminine look while making your face appear oval.
Avoid: Oversized and black frames, as they will only make you face appear bigger and sharper, lending a rather distracting look.
For a heart-shaped face
Go for: More structured styles, as they help reduce the broadness of your face. Wayfarers, square and rectangle shaped glasses in black or brown makes your face look perfect while giving it a little length by defining your jaw line.
Avoid: Oversized frames that are wider from the rims, pilot style and big frames to avoid a broader looking face.
For oval shape
Go for: Oversized frames in any shape or colour. It complements the soft, curved lines of your face, while making you look more dramatic. The best part about this face shape is that most eyewear styles complement it: cat eye, round, aviators, butterfly or wayfarers.
Avoid: Pilot style, as it further lengthens your face.
For a round face
Go for: Sharper geometric styles like rectangles, triangles or squares, as they will flatter the fullness of your cheeks. Black and other dark colours give the illusion of a thinner face.
Avoid: Any round styles, as they will make your face appear fuller.