I think they would work with anything because they are a pretty neutral color/pattern and shape.
They would work especially well with the 50s trend because of their slightly old-fashioned feel. :)posted over 3 years ago
I agree, they are a neutral colour and would go with lots of things. To me they have a vintage feel so maybe wear them with vintage inspired outfits, or outfits that are more casual than dressy.posted over 3 years ago
the glasses are gorgeous, and you could definitely pull it off! I agree with the girls, since the colors are neutral, you can wear them with just about anything. I would put my hair in a high bun, put on a cardigan and a long button up shirt, put on a cute waits belt (sldo neutral color), some skinny jeans, and oxfords or doc martens or converse shoes! And you’re good to go! Good luck! I’m a sophomore too;)posted over 3 years ago
Try to dress vintage. These would probably not look good with graphic t-shirts.posted over 3 years ago
super cute frames! Yep I agree with everyone, they will fit with mostly anything.posted over 3 years ago
I like them! They really fall into the librarian or secretary looks, but who wants to fall into a category? I think they’ll go well with most things, even really basic looks because they give the little kick of eccentricity.posted over 3 years ago
I love the ideas you guys gave in! Thanks! I’m going to get my glasses tomorrow so I guess I’ll have an outfit to match. :)posted over 3 years ago
Well those can be dressed up or down. I think they give out more of a casual feel though with the material, although the print is at the same time retro and very in style.
Definitely retro.posted over 3 years ago
You dont look like an old lady with these !!
Try the nerd chic look, or even the sexy librarian look !posted over 3 years ago
Ditto: yes u can definitely rock those glasses, there retro but have this modern classic “mad men” feel to it. Take a page from Prada’s fall 2010 collection, which rocked the nerd chic look to a tee, check it out hereposted over 3 years ago