How To Style Vintage Glasses

The benefit of accessorizing with vintage-inspired frames is the myriad amount of ways that they can be combined with current styles and trends. If you’re wondering how you can best showcase these looks, we’ve picked some favourite pieces and paired them with the ever-stylish cat eye, clubmaster, Retro-Wingtip and round shapes that have been showcased on the streets and on the catwalk.

Click through each style in the gallery above.

Cat Eye Style

The cat eye style has made a comeback with a fresh take on the look, including tinted translucent acetate frames like these Love L740 Orange Pekoe eyeglasses.  These delicate glasses can be paired with a classic navy dress and accessories to match the warm tone.

Clubmaster Style

For an intellectual and chic look with confidence, the clubmaster style offers a great option that can be combined with easygoing pieces for an effortless look.  These Joseph Marc 4050 Gold Tortoise eyeglasses combine a strong brow line with a delicate semi rimless cut.

Retro-Wingtip Style

This style has been a favourite since the 1950’s and has only boomed in popularity.  The Derek Cardigan 7009 Black eyeglasses are a great update with mathematical symbols on the side and are perfectly matched with vibrant accents and clean lines.

Round Style

Round glasses are the newest shape to have a surge in popularity as of late, and for good reason.  This classic shape features a keyhole accent as seen with the Joseph Marc 4083 Havana eyeglasses and are ideally paired with a tailored pant and blazer with gold accented accessories and a shock of colour.


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Derek Cardigan 7010 Smoke
Joseph Marc 4092 Grey
Love L747 Black
Love L740 Blonde Tortoiseshell
Derek Cardigan 7015 Dark Fade

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